• 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa from EA Sports

    FIFA PC Games from EA Sports2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa is the official video game for the 2010 FIFA World Cup, published by EA Sports. Players choose a team from the 199 nations available and compete against the computer or against other players through online gaming services PlayStation Network or Xbox Live. Actually this game doesn’t exist for PC, but you can still find some other good multiplayer pc games. For Nintendo Wii, Playstation 3, Sony PSP and Xbox 360 all 10 official World Cup stadiums are available for play.

    FIFA 11, which was released in September 2010 is the all new FIFA game and is also available for PC. The best-selling and most critically-acclaimed football game of all time returns for a new season – and it’s still on top form. A completely new game and graphics engine brings with it a whole new level of realism and control, as well as a host of new features demanded by the fans.

    FIFA 11 reinvents player authenticity on and off the ball for every player and at every position on the pitch with Personality+, an all-new feature that sees individual abilities reflected in game, enabling clear differentiation for every player.

    For the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil I am sure they will come up with a few more new ideas and technologies.

    The developer behind this great game is EA Canada. EA’s largest development studio is responsible for some of the biggest brands for EA Sports, including the FIFA series, NBA Live, NHL and SSX. They have also just taken over the Fight Night franchise. Their offices employ over a thousand staff, with three separate production studios and they always create the latest pc games.

  • FIFA World Cup Brasil Official Emblem

    FIFA World Cup Brasil Official EmblemFrom the second it starts until its final dramatic moments, each FIFA World Cup™ is encapsulated by its own specific identity, a unique image that is projected around the world. An essential component of this image is obviously the Official Emblem which forms the cornerstone of the event’s brand identity. For all those involved with the tournament in the years leading up to its launch it is also a unique reference point. From the fans to the commercial affiliates and every single piece of event merchandise, this emblem symbolises the association with football’s flagship event and lives on long after it is over, logged in the bank of memories of everyone involved. The winning nation’s especially.

    The role of the Official Emblem is to provide a strong, visual representation of both the event and the host country. Though designing this can be a challenging task. As was the case at the start of the 2014 FIFA World Cup, when FIFA and the Brazil Local Organising Committee (LOC) had to consider how to characterise a nation as colourful and vibrant as Brazil – a country with a rich traditional cultural heritage, yet rapidly emerging as one of the world’s most modern and influential economies. (more…)