Secondhand copy of FIFA 07 on PC. Released in 2006. Published by Electronic Arts. The box is in great condition. Comes with game booklet and The Official EA Gaming Guide, which are both in great condition. The disc has a sizeable amount of scratches on it but is otherwise in good condition. With the 2006 FIFA World Cup over and the glamour of international football fading fast, the players are now back to their daily jobs of winning glory for their club in EA SPORTS FIFA 07. From the first whistle, FIFA 07 throws you into the rollercoaster ride of a football season and the intense stadium atmosphere of every home and away match. Relish every satisfying victory over bitter rivals and live through every gut-wrenching poor performance at home. Savour the spine-tingling stadium atmosphere, home and away, as your team battles their way up the league table. Listen as your supporters chant your players' names and bellow all the rousing club songs through rain and shine. You have the power to shape your club's destiny in the EA SPORTS Interactive Leagues [F.A. Premier League, Bundesliga, French League, Mexican 1st Division], a new online mode that enables you to pit your club against supporters of your real-world opponents. Play your games according to the real-world schedule. When they play, you play. Track your team's progress as the aggregate results determine your club's position in the league table. Now you actually take to the pitch for the glory of your club.
New intelligent AI ensures that your 11 men on the pitch make realistic decisions, finding space and passing like professionals.
A complete overhaul of the game engine now means that you have to employ real world tactics, make realistic decisions and think like a player in order to win matches.
Take on the updated and improved challenge of the Manager Mode.
Player values and wages have been tuned to be even more realistic.
Managerial decisions have even more tangible effects on player performance and welfare.
Smarter CPU decisions mean rival managers are even more strategic in their own pursuit of silverware.