FIFA 10

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FIFA 10 is the 18th title in Electronic Arts’ FIFA series of football video games.
Manager Mode enables the player to take charge of any club in any of FIFA 10’s featured leagues.
The Manager Mode has been revamped for FIFA 10, with many previous issues and criticisms addressed. EA has claimed that over 50 key improvements have been made to the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions. Among these improvements are :
Changes to gameplay
The “Total Football Experience” is a new feature in which football news from around the Manager Mode world is visible, including player transfers, fixtures and results in foreign leagues. A new “Assistant Manager” can be used to take care of the team’s line-up and to rotate the squad based on importance of the upcoming match.
Finances
All financial matters are based less on a team sponsor and more on the club’s board of directors, who provide two overall budgets.
Players
The “Player Experience and Growth System” has changed. The manual experience growth from FIFA 08 and FIFA 09 has been abolished; player growth is now determined by in-game performance, demands placed on the player, and achievements based on the player’s particular position. There are three categories for gaining experience: “mental”, “physical”, and “skill”. Younger players with higher potential will gain experience much faster, and each player will have an individual growth point, which in turn promises more authentic player growth patterns.

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