Relive the 2010 FIFA World Cup on Your Wii with SFWE69 NTSC WII-WBFS
2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa (SFWE69) NTSC WII-WBFS
If you are a fan of soccer, you might have heard of the 2010 FIFA World Cup, the 19th edition of the most prestigious international tournament in the sport. The event took place in South Africa from June 11 to July 11, 2010, and featured 32 national teams competing for the coveted trophy. The final match was won by Spain, who defeated the Netherlands 1-0 in extra time.
2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa (SFWE69) NTSC WII-WBFS
But what if you want to relive the excitement and drama of the 2010 FIFA World Cup on your Nintendo Wii console? Well, you are in luck, because there is a game that lets you do just that: 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa (SFWE69) NTSC WII-WBFS. This is a soccer simulation game developed by EA Canada and published by Electronic Arts in April 2010. It is based on the official license of the 2010 FIFA World Cup and features all the teams, players, stadiums, and modes that were present in the real event.
But what does NTSC WII-WBFS mean? NTSC stands for National Television System Committee, which is a standard for video formats used in North America, Japan, and some other regions. WII-WBFS stands for Wii Backup File System, which is a file format that allows you to compress and store Wii games on a hard drive or a USB flash drive. This way, you can play your favorite Wii games without using the original discs, which can get scratched or damaged over time.
So why should you play 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa (SFWE69) NTSC WII-WBFS? Well, there are many reasons to enjoy this game, such as:
It recreates the authentic atmosphere and emotion of the 2010 FIFA World Cup, with realistic graphics, animations, sounds, and commentary.
It offers a variety of modes and options to suit your preferences and skills, such as World Cup mode, Story of Qualifying mode, Online mode, Penalty Shootout mode, and more.
It allows you to choose from over 200 national teams and customize your own squad, formation, tactics, and strategy.
It supports up to four players in local multiplayer or up to eight players in online multiplayer, so you can share the fun with your friends and family.
It is compatible with the Wii Remote and Nunchuk controllers, as well as the Wii Balance Board and the Wii MotionPlus accessories, which enhance your gameplay experience.
Gameplay and Features
Modes and Teams
The main mode of 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa (SFWE69) NTSC WII-WBFS is the World Cup mode, where you can select one of the 32 qualified teams or one of the 199 unqualified teams and try to win the tournament. You can play through the group stage, the knockout stage, and the final match, or you can skip to any stage you want. You can also adjust the difficulty level, match length, weather conditions, injuries, fatigue, and other settings.
Another mode is the Story of Qualifying mode where you can relive some of the most memorable moments from the qualifying rounds of the 2010 FIFA World Cup. You can play as one of the teams involved in these scenarios and try to change history or repeat it. For example you can play as France and try to avoid Thierry Henry's infamous handball against Ireland or as Algeria and try to score against Egypt in a tense playoff match.
Other modes include Online mode where you can compete with other players around the world in ranked or unranked matches; Penalty Shootout mode where you can practice your penalty kicks or challenge your friends; Zakumi's Dream Team mode where you can create your own team of superstars from different countries; Captain Your Country mode where you can create your own player and lead him from obscurity to glory; Training mode where you can improve your skills and learn new tricks; and Scenario Creator mode where you can create your own custom scenarios and share them online.
As mentioned before you can choose from over 200 national teams in this game each with their own ratings kits flags and anthems. You can also customize your own squad by selecting your players formation tactics and strategy. You can even edit your players' names numbers appearances and attributes.
Controls and Graphics
The game supports various control schemes for different preferences and abilities. You can use the Wii Remote and Nunchuk controllers which allow you to perform basic actions such as passing shooting tackling and dribbling with simple button presses or gestures. You can also use the Wii Balance Board which lets you control your player's movement by shifting your weight on the board. You can also use the Wii MotionPlus accessory which enhances the accuracy and responsiveness of your gestures.
The game also features realistic graphics that capture the look and feel of the 2010 FIFA World Cup. The game uses an advanced engine that renders detailed stadiums crowds players and weather effects. The game also uses motion capture technology that animates realistic movements expressions and celebrations for the players. The game also uses dynamic camera angles that follow the action on the pitch.
Sound and Music
The game also features authentic sound effects that immerse you in the atmosphere of the 2010 FIFA World Cup. The game uses Dolby Pro Logic II technology that delivers surround sound for a realistic audio experience. The game also features commentary from famous broadcasters such as Clive Tyldesley Andy Townsend Martin Tyler and Alan Smith. The game also features crowd chants songs and cheers from different countries.
The game also features an original soundtrack that consists of songs from various artists from around the world. The game includes songs such as "Waka Waka (This Time for Africa)" by Shakira feat. Freshlyground "Wavin' Flag" by K'naan feat. will.i.am & David Guetta "Sign Of A Victory" by R. Kelly feat. Soweto Spiritual Singers and more.
Tips and Tricks
How to score goals easily
Scoring goals is one of the most important skills in soccer and there are some tips and tricks that can help you do it more easily in this game:
Aim for the corners of the goal when shooting as they are harder for the goalkeeper to reach.
Use finesse shots when close to the goal or when facing a tight angle as they are more accurate and curve around defenders.
Use power shots when far from the goal or when facing an open space as they are faster and harder to stop.
Use chip shots when facing a rushing goalkeeper or a high defensive line as they lob over them into the net.
Use headers when crossing from the wings or when receiving a corner kick as they are effective against shorter defenders.
Use volleys when receiving a high pass or when rebounding from a save or a post as they are unpredictable and powerful.
How to defend effectively
Defending is another essential skill in soccer and there are some tips and tricks that can help you do it more effectively in this game:
Use pressure to close down your opponent's space and force them into mistakes.
Use jockeying to stay between your opponent and your goal and block their shooting angle.
Use sliding tackles to dispossess your opponent or block their shot or pass but be careful not to foul them or miss them completely.
Use standing tackles to poke the ball away from your opponent or intercept their pass but be careful not to commit too early or too late.
Use switching players to control different defenders depending on their position and situation but be careful not to leave gaps in your defense.
How to unlock hidden content
Besides the regular content, the game also features some hidden content that you can unlock by completing certain tasks or achievements. Some of the hidden content includes:
New teams, such as Classic XI, World XI, Adidas All-Star Team, and more.
New stadiums, such as Soccer City Alternate and Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium Alternate.
New balls, such as Adidas Jabulani Angola and Adidas Jabulani Winter Ball.
New kits, such as Adidas Ultimate Kit and Historical Kits.
New celebrations, such as Baby Cradle and Prancing Bird.
To unlock these content, you need to earn points by playing matches, winning trophies, scoring goals, performing tricks, and more. You can then use these points to purchase the content from the EA Sports Store in the game menu. You can also unlock some content by entering cheat codes in the game menu.
Summary of the main points
In conclusion, 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa (SFWE69) NTSC WII-WBFS is a great game for soccer fans who want to experience the thrill and excitement of the 2010 FIFA World Cup on their Nintendo Wii console. The game features:
Realistic graphics, animations, sounds, and commentary that recreate the authentic atmosphere and emotion of the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
A variety of modes and options that suit your preferences and skills, such as World Cup mode, Story of Qualifying mode, Online mode, Penalty Shootout mode, and more.
Over 200 national teams that you can choose from and customize your own squad, formation, tactics, and strategy.
Up to four players in local multiplayer or up to eight players in online multiplayer that you can share the fun with your friends and family.
Compatibility with the Wii Remote and Nunchuk controllers, as well as the Wii Balance Board and the Wii MotionPlus accessories that enhance your gameplay experience.
Recommendation and rating
If you are looking for a soccer game that is fun, challenging, and immersive then you should definitely try 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa (SFWE69) NTSC WII-WBFS. It is one of the best soccer games for the Nintendo Wii console and it will keep you entertained for hours. Whether you want to play solo or with others whether you want to relive history or make history whether you want to play casually or competitively this game has something for everyone.
I would give this game a rating of 9 out of 10 because it is a well-made game that delivers a satisfying soccer experience. The only drawbacks are that some of the modes can get repetitive after a while and that some of the teams and players are not updated to reflect their current status. But these are minor issues that do not affect the overall quality of the game.
So what are you waiting for? Grab your copy of 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa (SFWE69) NTSC WII-WBFS today and enjoy the ultimate soccer adventure!