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offline The Monk

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Got it on Xbox, hopefully getting Live soon, so ya no....

Anyway, who are you in season mode?

For some odd reason I chose to be Boston...

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Bought it on PC and have to admit I'm very impressed. The graphics are excellent and the detail on the stadiums is superb. Particularly like when you play as an English 2nd division club the rows of terrace houses behind one of the stands. A great touch and fantastic detail.

Haven't played the season mode yet just exhibition matches so I can get used to the controls.

Not sure which is better, FIFA or Pro Evo 4.

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Been Celtic for 3 seasons in my career, now Chelsea <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/laugh.gif" alt="" /> <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/laugh.gif" alt="" /> <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/laugh.gif" alt="" /> <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/laugh.gif" alt="" /> <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/laugh.gif" alt="" />

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FIFA games by far, not keen on Pro Evo

I don't really play sports games much come to that, I'm a bit of an anti sports gamer but I'm enjoying this FIFA....

(Check out my little collection

http://users.ign.com.../Meteor_Barret)

I used to get the FIFA games every year but they go too repetative, I missed a few years and I think its done some good! I'm quite enjoying this FIFA....

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I prefer Pro Evo at the moment. If you play on the coaching mode and just watch the games you begin to realise just how realistic the game is. It is like watching a real match at times.

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offline Barry Scott

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still, it's not Sensible Soccer

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offline The Monk

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Sensible Soccer!! LOL

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That was a top game PM! Before your time no doubt LOL
96/97 by far the best version. Takes me back!

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i hate games where you have to spend loads of time learning how play through balls and do all the tricks and stuff, different buttons for different functions and all that. Sensible soccer one button does all - the way it should be




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