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  1. Didn't make it to South Africa?
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Didn't make it to South Africa?

With true-to-life detail and heart-racing action, EA Sports 2010 FIFA World Cup for PS3 is the next best thing to having been in Johannesburg.

Competing as any of 199 teams (not just the 32 who qualified), you play from qualification to the final! Syncs up with the net for a crazy amount of online options including, for the first time ever, the ability to play out the 2010 FIFA World Cup in a full and authentic online tournament mode.

You play under the same conditions that your real-world heroes faced in South Africa, from the group stage through the knockout rounds to the chance to be crowned 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa champion. For fans of countries that failed to qualify, this is the chance to replay and re-write history.

EA Sports has worked hard to make it feel like you are in the official stadium with fans cheering in native languages, streamers, fireworks and an attention to detail that is mind blowing.

Be a part of the action. Be a part of soccer history.


Gracias a sus detalles que parecen sacados de la vida real y a la rapidez de sus acciones, el juego para PS3 2010 FIFA World Cup de EA Sports te transporta hasta Johannesburgo.

Escoge alguno de los 199 equipos (no solamente los 32 que calificaron) y compit

Rules of the Game: The ball is in play at all other times, including when it rebounds from a goalpost, crossbar or corner flag post and remains in the field of play. The Passback program provides used but playable soccer gear to needy teams and organizations around the world and here at home. As of December, 2007, FIFA has 208 member associations -which is 16 more than the United Nations. Saudi Arabia, Iran and Japan have each won the Asian Cup championship three times. Of the U.S. WNT coaches who coached more than four games, only Tony DiCicco was born in the United States.