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World Soccer Winning Eleven 2010 Videos and Trailers - Xbox 360

World Soccer Winning Eleven 2010
Game Description:WORLD SOCCER Winning Eleven 2010 kicks up the excitement with enhanced on-field action, graphics, and innovative control features that make the gameplay more realistic than ever. The game's stunning cover, featuring the new faces of WORLD SOCCER Winning Eleven, Lionel Messi (FC Barcelona/Argentinean national team) and Fernando Torres (Liverpool/Spanish national team), makes the game hard to miss. More than 300 moves and seven different fakes have been added to perfectly capture the realism of actual on-field play. This latest title replaces the old eight-directional player movement with a new 360-degree control system that enables the game's players to dribble the ball around the pitch in any direction you want. The result is more freedom of operation and gameplay that's closer to the real thing than ever before.
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