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There can be only one and this is it.Don't let anyone tell you otherwise. Fifa 98 is THE soccer game for the PlayStation. Looks like E.A have finally come up with the goods after their two previous (sloppy rush em' out for Christmas) efforts. It's all there - Fantastic sound,fluid animation,context sensitive commentary,excellent computer AI and a wealth of customisable options that are both understandable and for the tactically minded a sub game in themselves. Gameplay is the word. Many people have posed the question ISS PRO or FIFA 98. Now you know the answer. The King is dead,long live the King.
Between this and their other great '98 editions, EA Sports has finally reclaimed their title as the gaming world's number one sports developer. FIFA 98 is plain and simply awesome and I don't see how it can get any better, other than better menus and a speedier frame rate (although, EA keeps managing to surprise me).
É bom de ver, ouvir e jogar. Com FIFA 98 a EA Sports bate o pé à concorrência e obriga-a a acorrer atrás do mais que tudo do futebol virtual.
Quite simply this is the best of many Soccer simulations that have been released for the PlayStation. It is both easy to pick up during the early stages and yet challenging to the more experienced player when the difficulty levels are raised. Add to that the massive amount of teams to choose from (Both Domestic and International teams are available), the quality of the graphics and animation, and the huge number of in-game options that are available and you will begin to see why this game will surely become the biggest selling soccer game to date! Contratulations must go to E.A, who at last have come up with a game that matches the pre-sales hype.
FIFA '98 remains one of the best sports video games I have ever played. It accounts for every detail in the game of soccer, both on and off the field, and never gets tiring, no matter how long you play.
Fifa 98 : En Route pour la Coupe du Monde est un jeu très cohérent et diablement addictif, qui reste à l'heure actuelle une référence de la série pour ses nombreux fans. Il possède une excellente ambiance, notamment sonore, ainsi qu'un contenu inégalé. Il n'est pas étonnant que ce jeu soit une référence souvent citée par les joueurs de 20 ans ou plus qui, dans un élan de nostalgie, ressortent alors leur PlayStation pour refaire tourner un de leurs jeux favoris.
I've looked long and hard at FIFA 98 for quite a few weeks now and although it's not perfect it is difficult to find fault. This I found strange as EA's soccer games have recently survived on the strength of the FIFA logo rather than the content behind the brandishing name. I say it's not perfect because it does suffer from that age old problem of shit goalkeepers who race to the edge of the box to collect a loose ball and then run away scared leaving a stray attacker to easily pop the ball into an empty net. Should they solve this problem and find a way to up the speed a little more then EA should have a seriously good soccer title on their hands.
FIFA 98 is top of the league, and definitely puts the life back in a franchise which was starting to look very tired and worn. It's definitely the best football game on the PlayStation by miles, and with its absolutely astounding number of options, teams and gameplay styles, I know that it's going to keep me very happy until the real World Cup starts next summer.
The more that I play this game, the more that I like it. EA Sports has put together a great package with FIFA RTWC 98. Everything is top notch, from the game play and graphics, to the overall realism and atmosphere of the game. Toss in that with three levels of difficulty, you should never get too frustrated. In fact, increasing the difficulty kept me from getting bored. The amateur level was considerably easy, but the professional and World Cup levels will definitely keep you challenged for a long time. If you love soccer, you will love this game.
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