GameInfo: - The official large-scale addition to the most famous football simulator FIFA 12 today offers you a unique chance to speak at one of the major championships of the planet - UEFA EURO 2012. You are waiting for corporate passions and the atmosphere of this event. Surviving the exciting moments of real matches, as well as create their own "dream team" and bring it to the highest step of the podium in the new regime Expedition - what could be better?
CVG It's a fantasy romp around Europe, beating teams, taking their players as prisoners of war and eventually establishing a team of superstars. It's FIFA Street on a continental scale, each win opening routes to countries you've never heard of. You'll start by picking a player as captain - your created Pro will do - and then designing crests, kits, and a team name that strikes fear into the hearts of men. The rest of your ranks are swelled by random no-names; win one match and the defeated will offer their reserves as spoils, win another and you'll get someone off their bench, and win a third time for a member of their starting 11. Read Full Review
GamereactorUK FIFA fans told EA that they'd be more interested in playing UEFA Euro 2012 as a DLC pack for FIFA 12, rather than as a boxed game in its own right, and DLC is exactly what has been served up here. Read Full Review
Metro The UEFA Euro 2012 competition is not the premier football international tournament; this title goes to the World Cup, which also takes place every four years. This is very much the relationship the Euro 2012 downloadable expansion pack has with FIFA 12. It’s not as prestigious as its bigger brother and lacks its sparkle. Read Full Review
Pocket-Lint Before we get into the meat of a review that may, we might as well warn you, be more negative than you’d expect, we have to say that we fully applaud EA for releasing its bi-annual licensed international tournament game as an add-on for the superb FIFA 12, rather than a stand-alone game. Too often the FIFA World Cup and UEFA Euro games are simply slightly modified versions of the same game engine with new fancy graphics and fewer features. Not so here, this downloadable content is a reward for die-hard FIFA 12 fans. Of sorts. Read Full Review
Developer(s) EA Canada
Publisher(s) EA Sports
Series UEFA Euro
Release date(s) 24 April 2012
Operating system: Windows XP (SP2), Windows Vista, Windows 7
Processor: 1.8 GHz Core 2 Duo
Memory: 1GB RAM for XP, 2GB of RAM for Vista & Win7
Hard disk: 1GB and additional space for saved games and DirectX 9.0c installation
Video card: compatible with DirectX 9.0c. video card with 256 MB memory, 3D-acceleration and support for Pixel Shader 3.0 Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c compatible
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