Real Football 2011 by Gameloft (new Gameplay Trailer)

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  1. weisome

    weisome Well-Known Member

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  2. WunDaii

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    David Villa/Barcelona FTW. Champions league is ours this year. ;).

    Anywho - this game looks suckish just from the 8-way control system. EAmobile have adapted to the fluid 360-degree mechanic, so should Gameloft.
     
  3. diffusion8r

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    Do you even live in Spain? If you don't, then <_<. Supporting more than 1 team or a team FTL if that's the case,

    Arsenal for life, although highbury and islington is a scary place there's nothing like the atmosphere and pure footballing class.
     
  4. LBG

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    It looks alright, but I think Fifa 11 and PES 11 will be much better.
    Sports games have never really been Gameloft's thing.
     
  5. iVaro

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    Gameloft needs to step up badly in the graphic's department, I'll probably be getting this because it should have online multiplayer though.
     
  6. don_k

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    Fifa and PES seem to really step up their efforts with their next release. Real Football will unfortunately be the poor man's football game. Or just for casual users who only know dribbling from the goal line and score incredible goals all the time.

    Anyway, that's just my assumption, I won't say anything more until the game's released.
     
  7. Random_Guy

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    Australia, mate!
    Is that really David Villa?
     
  8. dirttyplaya

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    Gameloft sort out graphics. Put the ball in the hands at throw ins cause it's floating above there hands again like 2009-2010 versions come on its childish. Step ur graphics up and ur sells will rise to
     
  9. WunDaii

    WunDaii Well-Known Member

    Hell yeah it is. :).
     
  10. WunDaii

    WunDaii Well-Known Member

    I don't live in Spain, but about half my family is Spanish. I don't care though, to be honest I don't believe that 'because you live in an area you should support it'. Seriously, you should support the team that you think puts in the most effort and plays their very best. Barcelona - FTW.

    Anywho, I hope Gameloft add something nice to this game to get my mind off the 8-way d-pad.
     
  11. diffusion8r

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    As long as you don't support 2 teams it's fine. People that support properly more than one team or have switched teams aren't real supporters in my eyes.

    Arsenal FTW. They're more classy than Barcelona but haven't won as many trophies (yet).
     
  12. stlredbird

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    I'm taking the Broncos all the way in this game!!!

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    ;)
     
  13. WunDaii

    WunDaii Well-Known Member

    Haha, more classy, sure. But not more skilled.
     
  14. lord-sam

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    Shouldn't their tag-line be 'so ugly it hurts' ?
     
  15. WunDaii

    WunDaii Well-Known Member

    Seems like they decided to concentrate on animations rather than gameplay.
     
  16. nizy

    nizy Well-Known Member

    That's great! :D Although I reckon that's what Konami and EA will say about it.


    Which means this is going to be rubbish once again. The gameplay in the last 2 versions was poor, even compared to FIFA. And if the gameplay is still rubbish, how good can the online multiplayer actually be? I'd suggest not very.

    I'm certainly waiting to see what happens with PES and FIFA this year.

    Oh, and what's with these odd promo videos they've been making lately, what with the David Villa 1 and the Modern Combat 2 iPad Rocket Launcher 1?
     
  17. iVaro

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    The passing and collecting still looks terrible to me, so it seems like they focused more on theatrics and not the actual game
     
  18. Toad In The Hole

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    Check out hands on here from PG:

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    Real Football 2011 is billed by developer Gameloft as "a whole new game, a brand new look". This new look kicks off with a fresh cover star for the series, FC Barcelona striker David Villa (more from him later).

    From the first whistle of our hands on with Real Football 2011, Villa and the Gameloft team were at pains to stress the graphical boost to this year’s edition.

    To take full advantage of iPhone 4’s splendid Retina display and Apple HD resolution on iPad, the prolific French publisher has utilised the extra processing grunt on hand to cram in up to five times more polygons for a sharper, smoother experience, and prettier stadia.

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    On the subject of controls, Gameloft has introduced a welcome tap-to-switch-player mechanic and a third button into the fray for manoeuvring your virtual Messi: Sprint.

    Sitting between the familiar A + B offerings for pass and shoot, the Sprint button performs the same trick as the occasionally imprecise D-pad-dragging technique of previous Real Football incarnations.

    It could take a little getting used to for fans of last season’s game, but the product manager was keen to stress that controls are fully configurable and the option to revert to the ‘old’ style method for bolting down London Blues’s pitch is available.

    Yes, whilst 350 real-life pros, say David Villa, are accurately listed and commentated on in Real Football 2011, the FIFPro license doesn’t extend to all 14 of the playable leagues.

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    The ability to edit London Blues to Chelsea FC is included, however, and Christmas transfer-window changes can be downloaded online into the game.

    Recreate Liverpool v AC Milan 2005

    What Real Football 2011 may lack in official licensing, it more than compensates for in modes and features.

    Ten different kinds of gameplay are on offer, most intriguing of which are Club Master, Enter the Legend, and History.

    In Club Master you effectively become the player-manager, having to deal with injuries, suspensions, and extra-marital affairs with call girls during the course of a season.

    Addressing a common complaint from the App Store community, Enter the Legend (think Be A Pro on FIFA) has been improved, now allowing you to track either your player’s position or the ball itself.

    My personal favourite is the RPG-like History mode, which invites you to not only relive classic matches, but also to rewrite them. Sterner challenges can be unlocked, too, if, for example, you manage to somehow overturn the 3-0 deficit Liverpool faced in the 2005 Champions League Final v AC Milan.

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    Multiplayer mayhem

    Replays to YouTube return for all you showboaters out there, while interoperability between the iPhone and iPad versions of Real Football 2011 is to be commended.

    One omission from previous Real Football iPhone releases is online multiplayer. Citing logistical difficulties and performance issues, Gameloft has dropped this feature, though Bluetooth and local wi-fi clashes endure.

    Real Football 2011 for iPhone and iPad should be running out onto the App Store turf by the end of September, and both versions will retail for £3.99 / $6.99 / €5.49.​
     
  19. diffusion8r

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    FIFA 11 looks the best. If it has the gameplay, it has the modes to win.
     

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