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Post by trog @ 07:05pm 01/08/11 | 1 Comments
EA have decided that Socceroo Tim Cahill will be one of the leading names in their upcoming FIFA 12:
Electronic Arts Inc. today revealed an iconic lineup of international football stars that will help launch EA SPORTS™ FIFA 12, winner of 20 “Best Sports Game of E3” awards, including the prestigious E3 Game Critics award.* Headlining the group of footballers is Everton Midfielder Tim Cahill, Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney and Real Madrid’s Kaká, who will be joined by stars Philippe Mexès in France, Gerard Piqué in Spain, Giampaolo Pazzini in Italy, Mats Hummels in Germany, Jack Wilshere in United Kingdom and many others all over the world to launch FIFA 12 on September 29 in Australia and September 30 New Zealand. The football stars will grace the cover of FIFA 12 packaging, be integrated into marketing and advertising campaigns, and utilized in social media activities around the world.
There's a brief video with Super Tim discussing how he plays FIFA with his friends and family as well, which you can check out on YouTube, but the source version seems slightly corrupt so it's a bit messy.

FIFA is due to land in Australia on September 29th.



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Timmeh
Posted 08:26pm 01/8/11
never been a fan of FIFA I have always been into This Is Football.
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