2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa Previews - PS3

Game Description:Put yourself on the pitch and wear the shirt of your national team in Captain Your Country. Compete against friends to win your place in the full team, earn the captaincy, and then lead your nation in South Africa. Experience the thrill of scoring the winning goal in the FIFA World Cup Final, celebrate it with more than a dozen new user-controlled celebrations, and then lift the championship trophy.
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2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa Previews

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    EA Sports Season Opener Preview from GDC 2010


    Adam Sessler previews offerings from EA Sports at GDC 2010. Hear about 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa from Producer Matt Prior, EA Sports MMA from Randy Chase and Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11 from Designer Travis Sailer.

    Posted: Mar 16, 2010 | 3,760 Views | 02:40

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    2010 FIFA World Cup: South Africa Interview

    At GDC 2010, we talked to EA Sports producer Matt Prior about 2010 FIFA World Cup: South Africa

    Posted: Mar 11, 2010 | 2,465 Views | 03:54

  • E3 2010: 2010 FIFA World Cup Guinness World Record Attempt

    Posted: June 15, 2010

    1,389 Views | 04:27

  • 2010 FIFA World Cup Review

    Posted: April 27, 2010

    7,489 Views | 02:22

  • 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa Penalty Save Trailer

    Posted: April 6, 2010

    1,832 Views | 01:48

  • EA Sports Season Opener Preview from GDC 2010

    Posted: March 16, 2010

    3,760 Views | 02:40


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