Posted by sean on October 2, 2006 at 10:04 pm in Geek Stuff with No Comments

It’s about this time every year I get excited about a particular event on the video gaming calendar. Late September/Early October always signals the release of the latest addition to the Fifa series.

As an Xbox 360 owner, I was eagerly awaiting Fifa 07, all those teams and players in wonderful high definition. Last week I found out, to my anger, that the Xbox 360 version only includes 6 leagues and no Leeds. Talk about a half finished job.

I had to play as Leeds. Had to, and as Mr. Kevin Blackwell failed to drag The Whites out of the crappy Championship last season, I would not be able to play as my beloved team on the 360.

For the last week I have been pondering “shall I buy a PlayStation 2 and Fifa 07?” The PlayStation 2 version does feature Leeds. The only disadvantages are that it’ll set me back £100+, I already have a PS2 (albeit broken) and its pretty old technology, the PS3 is out in March.

Today, as I walked back from work I decided “I’m so wrapped up in the nonsense of life. If I want a PlayStation 2, why don’t I just get a PlayStation 2?” and that is what I did.

A 2nd hand PS2 with a 1 year warranty, component cable, memory card and Fifa 07 – £125. Some people may think I am mad, they would probably be right. Still, I’m happy, Fifa 07 is great. I just have to master it now. My current performances have been reminiscent of Kevin Blackwell’s Leeds United. Still in time I’ll get good, bring the PS2 into work and beat that ManU supporter 6-0.

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