EA Reveals Soccer Superstars Included in 2006 FIFA World Cup

FIFA World Cup 06The only thing soccer fans all over the world are looking forward for this year is the 2006 FIFA World Cup to be held in Germany; well, that and EA’s 2006 FIFA World Cup video game set to be released this coming April 24 in North America and April 28 in Europe and Asia on the Xbox 360, Nintendo DS, and PSP.

Yes, while all heads are turned towards Germany this year, almost all of those heads turn toward video stores from time to time in anticipation of the said game. If you think I’m exaggerating, you might be surprised to know that EA’s best selling game of all time is FIFA Soccer. Magnify that craze on the World Cup scale and you’ll have an idea of what I mean.

Banking on the game’s popularity (merely two-thirds of the world’s population), EA aims to demonstrate athletic excellence, undying determination and masterful skill by featuring the line-up of players joining the 2006 FIFA World Cup. EA claims this is for the spirit of the sport, but you might as well throw in some millions in revenue as a “perk”.

Superstars featured in the game include China’s Zhi Zhen, England’s Frank Lampard, Lukas Podolski of Germany, Alessandro Del Piero of Italy, Mexican Jamie Lozano, Portugal’s Simao, Netherlands’ Arjen Robben, Ricardo Cabanas of Switzerland, Spanish Xavi and USA’s Claudio Reyna.

Featuring stunning visual representations of the world’s superstar players, gamers take the helm as they steer their team from theFIFA World Cup 06 eliminations to glory. Apart from taking control of one of 127 national teams, players will enjoy groundbreaking new play modes. Gamers gets the chance to recreate classic moments in FIFA World Cup history with modern teams via Global Challenge feature.

Now if that doesn’t give you a kick, maybe I will.
FIFA World Cup 06The only thing soccer fans all over the world are looking forward for this year is the 2006 FIFA World Cup to be held in Germany; well, that and EA’s 2006 FIFA World Cup video game set to be released this coming April 24 in North America and April 28 in Europe and Asia on the Xbox 360, Nintendo DS, and PSP.

Yes, while all heads are turned towards Germany this year, almost all of those heads turn toward video stores from time to time in anticipation of the said game. If you think I’m exaggerating, you might be surprised to know that EA’s best selling game of all time is FIFA Soccer. Magnify that craze on the World Cup scale and you’ll have an idea of what I mean.

Banking on the game’s popularity (merely two-thirds of the world’s population), EA aims to demonstrate athletic excellence, undying determination and masterful skill by featuring the line-up of players joining the 2006 FIFA World Cup. EA claims this is for the spirit of the sport, but you might as well throw in some millions in revenue as a “perk”.

Superstars featured in the game include China’s Zhi Zhen, England’s Frank Lampard, Lukas Podolski of Germany, Alessandro Del Piero of Italy, Mexican Jamie Lozano, Portugal’s Simao, Netherlands’ Arjen Robben, Ricardo Cabanas of Switzerland, Spanish Xavi and USA’s Claudio Reyna.

Featuring stunning visual representations of the world’s superstar players, gamers take the helm as they steer their team from theFIFA World Cup 06 eliminations to glory. Apart from taking control of one of 127 national teams, players will enjoy groundbreaking new play modes. Gamers gets the chance to recreate classic moments in FIFA World Cup history with modern teams via Global Challenge feature.

Now if that doesn’t give you a kick, maybe I will.

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