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FIFA 11 Gods Predict Newcastle vs Tottenham Result

Those video game designers at EA are getting smarter and smarter as each year goes by. So much so that they’re now able to predict results of matches in the above simulation of FIFA 11 featuring Newcastle United against Tottenham complete with Martin Tyler and Andy Gray commentary.

Watch the video to see who won the match. Now we’ll have to wait and see Saturday whether EA Sports was correct or not.

Simulation looks great but I’m not so sure Newcastle is going to look so sunny in the second half, especially during the winter months when it darks in England around 4pm GMT!

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8 Responses to FIFA 11 Gods Predict Newcastle vs Tottenham Result

  1. vermaelen5 says:

    “I think he’s hurt himself Clide.” -Andy Gray

  2. Michael Utley says:

    Where di you find this?

  3. sam says:

    so basically they played fifa with no selected sides, hardly a prediction, especially when the line ups are no where near, nevermind :)

  4. The Gaffer says:

    EA Sports got the score wrong, but the result was correct. I smell a conspiracy ;)

    Cheers,
    The Gaffer

  5. Jeremy says:

    They missed the bit where Andy Gray got fired.

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