I, Seanjin along with the world awaited the release of FIFA 11 the demo mind you. I waited and waited and finally got a call from a friend saying it was finally released. I got up off my couch did my 2 step over to my ps3 and went to town on the Playstation store. Setup the download and walked to the kitchen to make some Eggo’s you know thats good gaming food but anyways I’m halfway done spreading the butter and I peek out to the living room to see what percent the download is on and it says zero. O percent…Whats going on I ask myself. I pickup the controller and try to restart the Playstation store but the system was frozen. I restart the system of course and the light wont come on. It remained red and blinking. I immediately went online and found out that my ps3…my own ps3 has suffered hardware failure. I couldn’t press the ps button anymore. It was a very sad realization BUT would I let this stop me from playing this demo. Come on IM SEANJIN. I go back in the kitchen put syrup on my eggos, eat really fast, get on the 7 train switch over to the 6 and bobs your uncle im in front of my mothers 52 inch beast of a sharp HDTV. Yes once upon a time I was that much of a sony fanboy to buy 2 ps3s just in case something bad should happen and what do you know it did. I pull out the spare ps3, hook it up, download the demo, and finally play my first game. It feels great. The game is worth 70 but Ill gladly pay 65, lol. The gameplay was seamless. You can actually keep the ball away from an opponent. Its beautiful but if your expecting for your FIFA 10 skills to be passed on as elegantly as casper you got another thing coming. You wont be a friendly ghost but everybody for the most part gets a fresh start with this one and sometimes that’s what people need.
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