This soccer game is fluid and intuitive to learn. It comes with plenty of teams and leagues. And you can play multiplayer games online.
But here's the bittersweet bottom line. As much fun as UEFA Euro can be, even for amateurs, it is a nightmare to determine how light or hard you should kick a ball to score. The slightest kick can either send a ball flying 20 feet over the net or can merely dribble the ball at 4 mph toward the goaltender's feet.
Worse: You have to memorize up to 145 button combinations to make use of all the game's maneuvers. That includes simple things, like shooting and passing, to complex moves such as "first-time shot/head ball," "stationary feint" and "Marseilles turn."
You can win without memorizing every step of the soccer field. And if you're a huge soccer fan, you'll probably love the details. But me? I'm moving on to a game more suited to my simple, action-crazed American brain.