FIFA 15, A Quick Review

Available on Xbox One (reviewed), PS4, PC, Xbox 360, PS3, PS Vita, 3DS, Wii
Some games roll around each year with the inevitability of Christmas or the X Factor. Another year, another Call of Duty, an Assassin’s Creed, another FIFA. Yet this year isn’t just like any other for the world’s favourite console football game. Most obviously, it’s the first where EA Canada has really got to grips with the PS4 and Xbox One, resulting in a mass of changes to the graphics and animation engines. Some are merely cosmetic, and some so subtle as to be almost unnoticeable, but many have a genuine impact on the gameplay.Less obviously, FIFA seems to have moved away from the focus on ball control and the defensive game of FIFA 13 and FIFA 14, and towards a more dynamic, aggressive and – frankly – exciting style of play. If you played the last two FIFAs tired of getting mired in the midfield, bored witless by the slow, methodical pace, then you’ll probably find this year’s FIFA the best since the glory days of FIFA 12. It’s still a game built by people hell-bent on reflecting every aspect of the beautiful game, but this time they’ve remembered that FIFA can also be fun.
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