FIFA ’09 was good, but there’s little argument that FIFA 10 – available today – crams in even more soccer goodness than ever before.

It feels and looks more natural with the addition of a new 360-degree dribbling control that lets you blast past your opponent without the need for trick moves. The ‘Be a Pro’ mode lets you to create your own player (even upload your own face pics if you want) and play entire seasons with your favorite team, working your way up to International stardom.

The game is also more responsive: off-the-ball players are more involved in the ball movement, goalkeepers are more savvy and aggressive, and defenders are more aware of on-coming pressure.

It might not look like a major update, but like any good game developer the key to an upgrade is in the ability to make it more natural and real. FIFA 10 does just that.

Buy PlayStation 3 version for $58 from Amazon

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