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  • Summary: Who knows where your next challenge will come from or who that challenger will be? With the power of WiFi compatibility and the User Alert System, World Tour Soccer enables you to challenge complete strangers spontaneously. And with so many international and club teams to choose from and several cup competitions to enter, every day is a matchday! Choose from over 150 teams and take them to glory at domestic or international level. Unlock new club sides, special teams, extra stadia and cup competitions by achieving success in various game modes. Advanced User Alert System pinpoints other PSP players within range for instant ad hoc challenges. [SCEE] Expand
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  1. Positive: 13 out of 31
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  1. An addicting, impressive, and most importantly fun game. The graphics are very nice, the sounds are equally impressive, and the gameplay of the soccer and the amount of modes available make for a tremendous gaming experience.
  2. The game's biggest asset? The A.I. [May 2005, p.71]
  3. A good contender for the PSP football crown.
  4. 70
    Two things I really dig about World Tour Soccer are that the matches feature generally realistic scoring (on a couple goals per match), and the game buffers your button presses a bit, which means jamming on the pass or shoot button will normally result in multiple, wild passes or shots fired off into the middle of nowhere. You have to remain calm and play the game correctly in order to be successful.
  5. It's not really simulating football; it's emulating football spectacle, and with the addition of Challenge mode and a clever reward structure on top of an accessible and plainly enjoyable arcade experience it does that effectively enough to be a worthy purchase for footy lovers who want to, as the yanks would have it, punch a hole in the score bag.
  6. Another problem is the AI. More than other games, it seems that players on my team do things other than I would expect.
  7. Though the gameplay is decent fun and it’s cool seeing visuals from a time after the 1980's in your sweaty palms, World Tour Soccer’s limited offer is akin to a marginally implemented infomercial product - it’s more impressive in someone else’s hands.

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  1. NintendoPSBox
    May 9, 2005
    Much better than the PS2 version.