CD-ROM Access Home Page About CD-ROM Access Shipping Options and Prices How to Place an Order Browse Products by Type Search for a Product




New Arrivals
Back in Stock
Price Reductions
Upcoming Titles
Best of the Best

PC PRODUCTS

Games
Children
References
Publishing
MIDI & Sound
Shareware
Programming
Screen Savers
Mouse Pads
Closeouts

MAC PRODUCTS

Games
Children
References
Publishing
Shareware
Screen Savers
Mouse Pads
Closeouts



ZOOM FIFA 2003
$9.95 (Win98/2000/Me/XP) (Mini Retail) (FIFA2003PR)

Publisher: EA Sports

Game / Sports

Ratings:

84 from Action Trip

Take on the World of Soccer

The world's most successful soccer franchise returns to classic form by focusing on the fundamentals of the game. This is soccer gaming that lives by the rules of the real sport and puts you in a world of true soccer detail and culture. Control the ball and you control the game!

Game Features:

Total Gameplay: Experience Brand-new dribbling, shooting, crossing, and passing models with increased player intelligence.

Total Ball Control: Unleash the skills of the world's greatest players through new player animations and signature skill moves.

Total Club Championship: Experience pressure cooker atmospheres as you take on Europe's elite teams in their own stadiums with actual team chants and songs.

Total Dead Ball Control:Realistic set-piece dynamics give you complete control over the power and swerve of free kicks. Find the angle. Find the power. Find the top corner.

Total Authenticity: With over 8,000 real players for over 350 official teams and including 16 of the world's top leagues.

Total Skill: Master the EA SPORTS™ Freestyle Control and produce a feint, one-touch pass, or skill move to leave your opponents standing.

Requirements:

Windows 98/Me/2000/XP: (Windows 95/NT are not supported)350 MHz or faster Intel Pentium II, 450MB of hard drive space (additional space required for DirectX 8.1 installation), 64 MB RAM ( 128 MB RAM required for XP/2000), 8x CD-ROM drive, DirectX 8.1 compatible sound card with DirectSound support, keyboard, mouse, high color capable 16 MB Direct3D video card with DirectX 8.1 compatible driver.

Recommended: 750 MHz or faster Pentium III processor, 128 MB RAM, 16x or faster CD-ROM, 1.2 GB hard disk space (additional space required for DirectX 6.1), supported 3D graphics accelerator.

Multiplayer: Network (2-12 players, up to 8 PCs) IPX compliant network, network card, 1 CD per computer. Modem (2-10 players, 2 PCx) 100% Hayes compatible 56 Kbps or faster modem, high speed serial port for external modems, 1 CD per computer. Internet (2-12 players, 4 PCs) 56 Kbps or faster Internet connection via Internet Service Provider, 1 CD per computer.

Reviews:

Action Trip by Uros "2Lions" Jojic

"If you want to play a top-notch soccer simulation there's no other game of this type on the market that can rival the quality of the FIFA series. With that said, it becomes clear that the decision on whether or not you should buy this game becomes a mere question of determining if this year's installment brings anything radically new over the previous one that should make you want to go out and get it.

"FIFA 2003 is concentrated solely on league championships, and of course the Euro League. Sure, there is still a choice of selecting the US League (MLS) but the accent in this game is entirely on the European big boys like Real Madrid, Manchester United, AC Milan, etc...Being a long-time FIFA fan I had a bitch of a time getting used to the new controls - but once I did, I realized that the game actually plays much better like this. More emphasis is put on individual (one-on-one) skills (dribbling) and accurate through passes, which definitely adds a bit of flare to the match, especially when your star players start spinning and dribbling defenders left and right - great stuff!..."

"Overall, FIFA 2003 doesn't bring many novelties over its predecessors - no radical changes have been introduced. As I said, the gameplay might even seem retro at times. Still, the introduction of more intuitive controls and the emphasis on fancy dribbling and short passes might bring some of that Latin American flare to the game that was definitely absent from FIFA 2002. It's all a matter of tastes really, if you're going like the new gameplay style or not."




Copyright © 1993-2001 CDAccess.com, Inc.
Questions: info@cdaccess.com