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FIFA 11- Wii

FIFA 11- Wii
alaScore 91

34 reviews

Sep, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 34 reviews of FIFA 11- Wii. The average rating for this product is 3.9/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other Nintendo Wii Games for all reviews. People really like the reliability and controls. The gameplay and action also get good feedback, but there are some negative opinions about the price.

action, gameplay, controls, reliability


We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo Wii Games the FIFA 11- Wii is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 91/100 = Excellent quality.

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Expert review by : James Charlton (

FIFA Soccer 11


FIFA for Wii is a standard football game with unique control options.

5v5 is great fun ; Control options cater for all ; Modes for every kind of player

No 5v5 online ; Presentation is very plain ; Commentary is unrealistic

FIFA 11 doesn't feel particularly ambitious, but it's still a well-made game. The gameplay is fast-paced and fun, the passing game is accurate and realistic, the difficulty to score makes it satisfying when you do, and there are modes and control...

Nov, 2010

Expert review by : Daniel Crawford (



Many people believe that once they have played one FIFA installment they have played them all; the teams, players and stadiums may change but gameplay stays the same. Well, that may have been the case until the unleashing of FIFA 11.

Oct, 2010

Expert review by : Dan Nielson (

FIFA Soccer 11


When it comes to sports titles on the Wii, the question these days is whether a given game can even come close to its Xbox 360/PlayStation 3 counterparts. One criticism has been that Wii versions are often cash-ins on the primary versions. Another is...

EA deserves a lot of credit here for breaking the mold of Wii versions of core sports games. By altering both the gameplay style and the visual style, they've managed to create an experience that, while not as deep and involving, is inviting and...

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FIFA Soccer 11 Review (Wii)


It seems like Wii sports games fall into one of three categories: games aimed purely at kids, poor ports of Xbox 360/PS3 games or games specifically tweaked for optimal play on the Wii

Smooth and reliable gameplay. Accessible for everyone. Fun modes

11-on-11 feels 'old'. Control issues. Limited Depth

Expert review by : T.J. Deci (

FIFA Soccer 11



Expert review by : Joseph Barron, GameSpot UK (

FIFA Soccer 11


Intuitive controls, fast gameplay, and the return of street football make FIFA 11 one of the most enjoyable football games for the Wii.

Oct, 2010

Expert review by : Marko Djordjevic (finalkross) (



Since its first release back in 2007, The FIFA series on the Nintendo Wii has tried to find its footing as a sports game. The first few installments focused more on offering the simulation side of the sport while FIFA 10 and 2010 World Cup took a more...

Street to Stadium is a fine version of Be a Pro ; Indoor and Street Soccer are really fun ; Nice balance of both arcade and simulation experiences ; Easy to grasp controls with tons of options ; Excellent soundtrack

Commentary needs an update ; Visuals haven't improved much in recent years ; Battle for Glory (Manager Mode) not that deep ; Street to Stadium should get even better next year

If you were turned-off by the last few versions and the focus on arcade action, the ability to choose between simulation or arcade soccer will make you very happy. On top of that, Street to Stadium will keep you occupied for a very long time and should...

Oct, 2010

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FIFA 11 Wii Review


EA takes it to the streets for a spot of five-a-side

Sep, 2010

Expert review by : Mark (

FIFA 11 Review


Leading the league of console football games.

Superb presentation ; Incredible amount of game modes ; Gets better every year

Be a pro goalkeeper needs work ; Additional downloads may make the game costly ; Commentary has it's flaws

Football games in general have a one year shelf life as gamers will always buy the latest release to make the game as realistic as possible. With this in mind the efforts in making the "FIFA 11" experience as polished as possible is nothing short of...

Consumer review (

Family Fun


Realistic action. Commentators react well to action in play. 4 players so all can play at once

Graphics not as good as other consoles but good for the WII

Jan, 2011