Past FIFA games

FIFA International Soccer

The first ever FIFA game was called FIFA International Soccer. It was released in the weeks leading up to Christmas 1993. This greatly hyped football title broke with traditional 16-bit era games by presenting an isometric view rather than the more usual top-down view, side view or bird's-eye view. It only includes national teams, real player names are not used. A notorious bug allows the player to score by standing in front of the goalkeeper so that the ball rebounds off him into the net. The Sega Mega CD version was released under the title "FIFA International Soccer Championship Edition" it includes some features used in the next title, and is a highly polished version of the original. The game on the 3DO console sported pseudo-3D cameras and it was the most graphically advanced version. Also, the game is playable on the PlayStation 2 version of FIFA 06. It was made in celebration for the 1994 World Cup held in the United States.

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Road to World Cup 98
The game includes an official soundtrack and had a refined graphics engine, team and player customisation options, 16 stadiums, improved artificial intelligence and the popular "Road to World Cup" mode, with all 173 FIFA-registered national teams. No subsequent edition of the FIFA series has attempted to replicate FIFA 98's inclusion of every FIFA national team. With the new graphical improvements, players were able to have individual faces. However, they looked more like expressions.


FIFA Football 2005

FIFA Football 2005 is a football video game released in 2004. It was developed by EA Canada and published by Electronic Arts. It was released for the PlayStation, PlayStation 2, Microsoft Windows, Xbox, PlayStation Portable, GameCube, mobile phone, Gizmondo, N-Gage and the Game Boy Advance. The tagline for the game was: "A great player needs a great first touch." FIFA 2005 was the twelfth game in the FIFA series, the ninth in 3D and it was the final game released in North America for the PlayStation. FIFA Football 2005 marks the first time to included the Seventh generation Handheld game consoles.

FIFA international soccer
15 July 1993
FIFA soccer 95
8 July 1994
FIFA soccer 96
1 July 1995
24 June 1996
FIFA Road to world cup 98
17 June 1997
10 June 1998
FIFA 2000
26 October 1999
FIFA 2001
8 November 2000
FIFA Football 2002
1 November 2001
FIFA Football 2003
25 October 2002
FIFA Football 2004
18 October 2003
FIFA Football 2005
11 October 2004
4 October 2005
27 September 2006
20 September 2007
3 October 2008
2 October 2009
28 September 2010
27 September 2011
17 June 1997
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