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FIFA 09 (titled FIFA Soccer 09 in North America) is a football simulation video game developed by EA Canada and published by Electronic Arts under the EA Sports label. It was released in October 2008 for Microsoft Windows, Nintendo DS, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable, Wii, Xbox 360 and Zeebo. It was later in November 2008 released for the N-Gage 2.0 and mobile phones.
Download FIFA 09 PC Game 2008
The demo was released on 10 September 2008 for Windows and on 11 September 2008 for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. The PS3 and Xbox 360 demos were identical with the exception of the stadium used with the PS3 featuring the FIWC Stadium and the Xbox 360 version using the new Wembley Stadium. The tagline for the game is "Let's FIFA 09".
FIFA 09 includes a "10 vs. 10" "Be a Pro" online game. The game also features user-controlled player celebrations, like in UEFA Euro 2008, in the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions.
User-controlled goal celebrations are also featured for the first time in the FIFA series, having been trialled in the official video game of Euro 2008. The player can choose from a variety of pre-loaded celebrations. This feature is on seventh generation consoles only (excludes PC and Wii) due to capacity limits.
FIFA 09 was updated to correspond with the transfers made in the January 2009 transfer window. This update was added onto the game via an online squad download on 9 February 2009. On 19 March 2009, FIFA 09 was updated to version 13.02 that added the Ultimate Team mode and also Trophies for the PlayStation 3. On 6 June, version 13.03 was released. It fixed various bugs that were caused from the previous patch.
Martin Tyler and Andy Gray provide the English-language commentary for the game, although Tyler is replaced by Clive Tyldesley for the PC, Nintendo DS, PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable and Wii versions. Users can also download free alternative commentators in 13 different languages from the PlayStation Store (PlayStation 3) and Xbox Live Marketplace (Xbox 360). Another option for the English language is Clive Tyldesley and Andy Townsend.
FIFA 09 was given an IGN rating of 8.6 out of 10 and received the Editor's Choice Award. It was also a nominee for Best Sports Game for the Nintendo DS by IGN for their 2008 video game awards. In addition, FIFA 09 got a GameSpot rating of 8.5 out of 10.
FIFA 09 has been developed under the banner of EA Canada for Microsoft Windows. This game was released on 2nd October 2008 and EA Sports published this game. It is the next installment in the FIFA game series after FIFA 08.
This game is published after the success of FIFA 08. This game is so smiler to the FIFA 08. But the developer of the games makes some improvements in this game like, in this game player can release the ball quicker then the game FIFA 08. So which will help player to attack on his opponent quickly. New system named collision system is also added to this game which calculate speed, weight and power of the player. If you realy like this sports game then download and install FIFA 14. Which is latest game from this series.
In the game you will enjoy high quality performances. Because some of very high quality and famous footballers like Wayne Rooney, Ronaldo, and Ronaldinho are added to this game. In the game FIFA 09 you will enjoy your matches in many latest and historical grounds every ground has his own features and facilities. After completing this game download FIFA 10 from our site.
UK REVIEW--It has been a busy 12 months for EA Sports and football games. FIFA 08 was a genuine revolution for the series, with a more realistic pace and improved AI adding some much-needed depth to the gameplay. UEFA Euro 2008 came six months later, further refining this groundwork while expanding the features list with more unique game modes. With FIFA 09--the third EA Sports football game in a bit more than a year--the developers have honed the core gameplay even further and added even more features, game modes, and online elements to the mix. It amounts to an incredibly deep and varied package, and despite a few niggling bugs and performance issues, FIFA 09 is the pinnacle of the series so far.
Given the six-month period of time between Euro 2008 and FIFA 09, it's no surprise that the two games play similarly. However, the pace has quickened slightly, passes need to be directed with even greater accuracy, and the referees seem even more eager to dish out cards. The most noticeable improvement is in the physical quality of the players. Attackers point to where they want the ball, defenders direct offside violations to the linesmen, and everyone has lost that plastic look from FIFA 08 that was so off-putting. Although you can still spot individual animation routines during replays, the players now feel as if they're interacting with one another and the ball. As a result, player weight and speed are now a vital part of overall tactics, and combining runs with perfectly timed passes has become the only way to succeed.
The final major addition to the game is the new custom-tactics feature, which lets you get in-depth with the behaviour of individual teams. You can adjust 11 different factors for each team, including positioning and aggressiveness, and then map your tactics to the D pad to activate during a game. What's more, you can upload these tactics to your online FIFA 09 Locker, which lets other people download and rate what you've come up with. There are 28 slots in total, and you can download other users' data and save it to your storage device. That said, the standard configurations that EA has programmed already mirror the playing style of most major teams; Arsenal have a characteristically offensive style, whereas Manchester United tend to push up from the midfield.
With FIFA 09, EA Sports has created the deepest, most realistic and feature-packed football game yet. The gameplay hasn't changed a lot since UEFA Euro 2008, but the tweaks and refinements have produced an incredibly rewarding game. There's an almost bewildering number of modes to play through, and the amount of online functionality means that the game should have a good deal of longevity. There's still room for improvement, considering the high amount of lag in certain online matches and some AI blunders in single-player, but if you're a football fan looking for something to last you the entire season, you can't go wrong with FIFA 09.
FIFA 09 Ultimate Team will be available as a download to FIFA 09 beginning March 19, 2009. Fans will be able to experience the new game mode by creating a team with a starter package of players and virtual cards and play a five game trial before deciding to purchase the FIFA 09 Ultimate Team mode. FIFA 09 is required.
"2008 was an incredibly rich and diverse year for interactiveentertainment," states Sam Kennedy, editorial and site director ofthe 1UP Network. "In addition to strong additions to several keyfranchises and the continued growth of casual gaming among broaderaudiences, this year also saw investment in bold new IP, thepopularization of user-generated content and the proliferation ofdownloadable games across all major platforms. It is truly noexaggeration to say that 2008 will go down as a banner year forgames, which is why it is going to be particularly exciting to seewhat our community decides. Whatever the outcome, we know that thedevelopers who worked so hard to create these titles will feel thelove and admiration of their most devoted fans."
2008's stellar line-up of games has resulted in multiplenominations for several leading game publishers, including 41 forSony Computer Entertainment America, 39 for Electronic Arts, 26 forMicrosoft, and 23 for Nintendo.
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