Can it be Any Good?
What FIFA and every soccer game ever made is all around is the game play - How realistic is it, and how interesting could it be? Striking a balance appears to be the holy grail for some programmers, and none have ever come as close as E.A. Sports have with the FIFA 2009 PS3 variation. The PS3's images obviously help a lot with the realism of the game,FIFA 17 Coin generator as you are able to now recognise players just from their in-game faces, and the in-game animations are clearly making the most of the latest motion capture technology. Along with this, the game's commentary is once again done brilliantly by Martin Tyler and Andy Gray - giving the game an extremely realistic feel.
So is the game actually fun to play? Well if you're at all interested in football, then it's an resounding 'yes'. One of the most interesting things about the game is the means they've incorporated abilities and tricks seamlessly into the play. For instance, a very proficient player such as Cristiano Ronaldo can easily go on a mazing run whilst pulling off step-overs and faints; just like in real life.
One of the best additions to FIFA 2009 PS3 is the on-line mode, which is flawless. Now you can play an awesome 10 vs. 10 game, whereby each individual controls just one player, and you actually have to work as a team to do well. This clearly does not always happen, but it's a nice idea. Along with this you may also play 1 vs. 1 and 2 vs. 2 games on-line with zero lag. They actually have made a fantastic effort, and the on-line mode is one of the finest I've ever seen (baring Call of Duty).