If you are a Soccer Fan & have checked out the FIFA 2010 South Africa World Cup Application, you should definitely consider looking at the new FIFA 11 application created by EA Sports. It was released September 30, 2010 with a price of $4.99 It’s definitely a cheaper way to go than purchasing FIFA 11 for a console. 🙂
If you own an Iphone 4 or an iPod Touch 4th Generation, FIFA 11 is made to maximize the Retina Display. In other words, the quality of the graphics are fantastic! Now you can also swipe a player to make an attacking run, which wasn’t available to do in the other FIFA games, such as FIFA 10 & FIFA 09. If you have a favourite team & want to be able to play it against opponents, don’t worry, there are 500+ Teams to choose from. This is a feature which, I think, will attract an abundance of FIFA lovers! EA Sports did another great job on the stadium environments. They look beautiful! They put exact detail into the stadiums, fields, lights, sky, and way more!
Yet, there are some differences in opinions of the game. The users that have already downloaded the game via the 2nd Generation iPod claim that FIFA 11 won’t work, or works extremely slow. This isn’t a good reputation for EA Sports, & this hasn’t happened the first time either. At the moment, FIFA 11 is compatible with the iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPod Touch (3rd generation), iPod Touch (4th generation) and iPad. They all require IOS 3.0 or later. With today’s technology EA Sports should be able to create versions for people that haven’t got the iPod Touch 4th Generation or 3rd.
With this being said, I don’t think FIFA 11 for the iPhone, iPod Touch, & iPad will ever be a hit without them changing some serious things. EA Sports should listen to their users, why do we have a Rating system? For the company to look at what the users like & don’t like. I give FIFA 11 a solid 2.5/5.
Are you interested in purchasing FIFA 11? Are you going to wait for EA Sports to make FIFA 11 compatible for the 2nd Generation? Discuss this topic in the comments.