Naturally all the world famous stars of the beautiful game represent their national teams, and are identified by actual stars over their heads on the field. In addition, they’ve been given attributes that match their real-life skills. So David Beckham whips in a mean cross or free-kick, Zidane has incredible skills, and Ronaldo is blistering fast and strong.
As a diversion from the tournament you’ll be able to take on the Global Challenge, a collection of 40 moments from World Cup history with set scenarios that are tricky to beat.
Fresh menus and even snazzy use of Google map technology - the camera zooms from a satellite view of the planet down into the stadium you pick to play in - add a splash of presentation panache. But you’ll come to play the tournament, and if you want a preview of who wins the World Cup from our preview version? England, of course, downing Argentina 1-0 in the final.