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FIFA World Cup: Germany 2006 Screenshots

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PlayStation 2 version

After a display of logos and licences the game goes into an animated sequence of in-game footage
The game's title screen
Immediately after the title screen the player is forced to create a new profile or select one that already exists.
The player cannot customise the controller setup but they can choose between four predefined settings
The main menu
Play Now plays a single match
Global Challenge tasks the player with changing the outcome of a historic match
The Global Challenge option has the player attempting to change the outcome of historic matches to earn points and medals
In this Global Challenge match Germany defeated England
It starts with England one goal down
For maximum points the player must win and score three goals in normal time
The team management screen shown here at the start of a Global Challenge match is common to all matches. It follows the controller setup screen and the strip selection screen
While the game loads the player is treated to a factoid like this. Before another game started I have also learned that in Switzerland children do not need a passport until they are six years old
Germany vs England
Germany have a corner. I liked the attention given to the background characters, their positioning and movement looked very realistic
The automatic camera angle is tilted to add to the dramatic effect of Owen being red carded.
Germany take a free kick. The positioning of the wall is automatic
This is the default point of view
Germany have scored, again
The goal gets replayed many times from different angles
The final whistle blows and the German team celebrate. In the game this actually looks very good, better than the screen shot indicates
At the end of a match the game shows a selection of highlights
Unfortunately in this case that means seeing Germany score the same goals against England over and over again
One of the three post match statistics screens
In the Penalty Shootout the player can select any two teams
This is a screenshot from the Penalty Shootout option.
Before the shot is taken, and afterwards, there is quite a bit of very good animation. The players move really well
Playing a World Cup game.
The player can opt to play as any team that qualified by selecting the World Cup icon or they can take any team through their qualifying round
Selecting a team for the qualifying stage is optional but it does give the player a lesson in geography by showing where each country is
The main management screen of the World Cup game
When playing through the World Cup matches the teams take to the field and stand for the national anthems to be played.
A game can be paused and various settings can be adjusted. The Pause Menu also has an option to adjust the camera angle
It may be an odd angle but in the game this camera shot of a corner being taken works really well

Xbox 360 version

Title screen
Main menu
In quick play mode, each country you select will be displayed on the globe.
Loading screens display trivias about selected country.
Croatian team in a friendly game against the Netherlands.
The game is afoot.
Bring in the pause menu to change various options or to make a substitution.
Oh, that was a foul for sure.
This ball was no trouble for Edwin van der Sar.
Klasnic scored a goal, and it's time to celebrate that shot.
Goal camera showing the scored goal from another perspective.
During instant replay you can play with cameras at your leisure until you're ready to continue the match.
Checking out the team.
FIFA World Cup mode
Zooming in on the stadium from outer space perspective prior to every World Cup match.
Germany, opening the FIFA World Cup
German coach displayed during quick-substitution mode.
The ball crossed the outer line.
Rough play is not so easily tolerated, judge is issuing a yellow card.
This could be a straight shot for a goal.
Selecting a team to control.
Brazilian team in a friendly match against England.
The fans are there to cheer on for their players.
Those more familiar with vertical gameplay can adjust the camera to their needs.
Broadcast camera follows the ball from a rather fixed position.

Official Screenshots

  • FIFA World Cup: Germany 2006 Screenshot
    PlayStation.com
  • FIFA World Cup: Germany 2006 Screenshot
    PlayStation.com
  • FIFA World Cup: Germany 2006 Screenshot
    PlayStation.com
  • FIFA World Cup: Germany 2006 Screenshot
    PlayStation.com
  • FIFA World Cup: Germany 2006 Screenshot
    PlayStation.com
  • FIFA World Cup: Germany 2006 Screenshot
    PlayStation.com
  • FIFA World Cup: Germany 2006 Screenshot
    PlayStation.com
  • FIFA World Cup: Germany 2006 Screenshot
    PlayStation.com
  • FIFA World Cup: Germany 2006 Screenshot
    PlayStation.com
  • FIFA World Cup: Germany 2006 Screenshot
    PlayStation.com
  • FIFA World Cup: Germany 2006 Screenshot
    PlayStation.com
  • FIFA World Cup: Germany 2006 Screenshot
    PlayStation.com
  • FIFA World Cup: Germany 2006 Screenshot
    PlayStation.com