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FIFA Soccer 07 Latest News - PSP

Game Description:FIFA Soccer 07 brings the best of both worlds, delivering a complete global soccer experience while bringing you closer than ever to your home team! Twenty-seven leagues from more than 20 countries give you over 510 clubs to choose from. Put your team pride on the line in new online Interactive Leagues, where you'll play against fans of your favorite club's real-life rivals according to actual league schedules. Lifelike crowds create a raucous atmosphere, singing, chanting, and more. Enhanced Manager Mode adds the ability to create your own club. Continue Manager Mode at home with PS2 connectivity. You'll also find improved AI, lifelike superstars, better shot mechanics, and more.
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  • EA Shutting Down Online Servers For Numerous Sports Games

    There certainly isn't anything unusual about publishers shutting down online servers for games that people are no longer playing. So it shouldn’t surprise you that EA announced today that they will be taking an axe to a number of servers on Feb 2. The two most notable entries on the list are the poorly received Facebreaker and Madden NFL...

    Posted January 4, 2010

    EA Shutting Down Online Servers For Numerous Sports Games

 


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