Pure Futbol - Playstation
Pure Futbol is a mess of a soccer game. Its cover claims that an authentic experience awaits, but what’s actually in store for players who pick up this game is far from the real deal. That’d be fine if the game embraced its arcade roots, but it shuns them instead.
The mechanics that are present don’t produce a functional soccer experience and the AI only hurts its chances of providing any sort of fun. I’d say players scratching and clawing for one final virtual soccer game before the World Cup kicks off later this week might want to give Pure Futbol a quick glance, but most people should look to any other title on the market for a better time.
Pure Futbol uses five-on-five soccer in a style that's reminiscent of EA Sports' FIFA Street series from years back. Shots leave smoke trails behind them, there are over-the-top dribbling moves, and crosses send the world into a slo-mo mini-game of sorts. Depth is added to each of the two shot types in the game thanks to a meter that must be charged to a point before releasing the button at exactly the right moment. The mechanic is fine, but it totally zaps the user's ability to aim the shot. No matter how hard I tried, whenever I perfectly hit the timing of the shot meter and landed a "pure" strike of the ball, my control was totally eliminated. The same goes for lesser shots that don't quite land in the "pure" section of the shot meter.
| Yes, I would recommend this product to a friend.
This item is a must have... Quick response and reliale service..5/5*. Brilliant, enjoyable the game play is to die for, the graffixis crazy and the control is off the hook
game really sucks too slow not goooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooodddd