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by Electronic Arts
 Ages 3 and Over
3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (747 customer reviews)

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  • Models the emotions of all 22 players on the pitch for contextual in-game reactions
  • Teams have contextual awareness of the game and dynamically adjust their tactics
  • Authentic player visuals, rendering lighting system, and realistic environmental effects
  • More responsiveness and control, giving personality to recognised world players
  • Improved mechanics for man-to-man battles; correct contacts; and set piece control

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  • Platform:   PlayStation 4
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 3 and Over
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1
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Platform: PlayStation 4 | Edition: Standard Edition
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  • Product Dimensions: 17.2 x 13.5 x 1.4 cm
  • Release Date: 26 Sept. 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (747 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 51 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Platform: PlayStation 4 | Edition: Standard Edition

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FIFA 15 brings football to life in stunning detail so fans can experience the emotion of the sport like never before. Witness the intensity of crowds chanting and cheering like on match day, and listen to commentators guide fans through the story of the game with dynamic match presentation. For the first time ever, all 22 players on the pitch are connected with emotional intelligence – now players will react to opponents and teammates within the context, and relative to the narrative of the match.

Next-generation visuals put fans on living pitches with grass that wears and tears as the match progresses. Authentic player visuals make players lean, athletic, and true to their real-life appearance. Player control heightens the responsiveness of player movement, gives athletes more control and personality on the ball, and makes man-to-man battles more rewarding than ever before.

Football is the greatest drama on earth and FIFA 15 puts fans centre stage, allowing them to feel the emotion and intensity of the world's greatest sport.

Key Features

Emotional intelligence

For the first time ever, FIFA 15 models the emotions of all 22 players on the pitch, giving fans a chance to experience first-hand the attitudes and personalities of the world's best football players during a match.

Players now recognise situations that trigger an emotional response and react naturally based on the game context. For example, a player that is being repeatedly fouled by an opponent could confront that opponent depending on the severity of the challenge and context of the competition. Players will respond authentically with new reactions to decisions, bad tackles, missed chances, goals, and other pivotal moments throughout the game.

There are over 600 potential emotional reactions that could play out over the course of a game.

Dynamic match presentation

Match day will feel more dynamic and alive than ever before, immersing you in the match action and never taking you out of the moment. Crowds will now be distinguished by cheers and chants designated to their club, league, country, or continent; fans at Anfield in Liverpool feel and act differently than the fans at La Bombonera in Buenos Aires. Commentators will mention specific fan behaviour triggered by unique fan moments like the Poznan or club songs.

New bench reactions, ten player goal celebrations, ball boy animations, and contextual commentary will keep FIFA 15 fans engaged in the story of the match.

Team tactics

Teams will now have contextual awareness of the game and dynamically adjust their tactics according to the situation. For example, your opponent could be leading by a goal in the 88th minute and decide to hold the ball in the corner in an attempt to run down the clock. The end result is a more humanlike opponent that takes more risks when trailing, and potentially a more conservative approach when leading.

Park the bus, in the mixer, and time wasting are just some of the team tactics fans will recognise in FIFA 15.

Authentic player visuals

The FIFA 15 development team created the next-generation football player, ensuring players appear true to their physical form. An all-new physically-based rendering lighting system changes the way players look, ensuring users are able to see a level of detail in players' faces which hasn't been possible before. New body rigging and character models make players feel powerful and athletic, while kits move realistically and react with the environment, becoming dirty with mud and grass as the match unfolds.

Living pitch

Pitches will never be the same. Slide tackles and boot marks are now visible on the pitch, and as the match progresses the playing surface becomes increasingly weathered, just as it would in a real football match.

Fans playing in rain or wet weather will notice mud and debris on the pitch. Corner flag physics, goal frames that shake, and animated LED advertising boards are just some of the new details that bring FIFA 15 to life.

Set piece control

FIFA 15 fans now have more freedom in attack with the ability to take control of teammates during throw-ins, corners, and free kicks. Using the right stick,

FIFA fans can now control teammates off the ball to put them in the optimal spot to receive a pass during dead ball situations.

Man-to-man battles

Dispossessing your opponent in FIFA 15 is more rewarding and physical than ever before. Players use full-body defending to win possession and keep it.

Possession tackles will reward great defending, helping players keep the ball close to their feet when a challenge is won. New shoulder barges, push/pull mechanics, and big fall physics allow fans to feel the battle; shirt pulling is also visible thanks to new character visuals and improved cloth technology.

Agility and control

FIFA 15 adds an all-new level of responsiveness and control. Run touch dribbling allows players to better keep the ball under control in a sprint and in close-touch situations, giving personality to the most recognised players in the world – Leo Messi will dribble and move like he does in real life.

Updated player biomechanics means that players will now react and move with balance and closer control when in possession of the ball. More precise steps and turns at low speed, and closer control at high speeds give fans more control and increased mobility when commanding players on the pitch.

Correct contacts

Physically correct contacts revolutionises the way the football interacts with the players and their environment. Every dribble, touch, pass, shot, and deflection moves corresponding to the spin of the ball in relation to the position of the body part or object that it connects with – this gives the football accurate spin, curl, and movement, as well as varied trajectories.

The movement of the ball in FIFA 15 changes the game.

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49 of 53 people found the following review helpful
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Platform for Display:PlayStation 4|Edition:Standard Edition
The FIFA football series is now an online arcade game designed for Ultimate Team. Unfortunately there are a couple of major issues that many gamers wont like. So pros and cons then:

-Ultimate Team concept is excellent (although its been in the last 5 FIFAs so isnt new)

-Presentation - in-game it feels like a Sky Sports match-day, and the commentary is superb and (usually!) exactly fits the in-game events. FIFA also has all 20 premier league stadiums. The user menus etc. are also very easy to use.
Content- Huge amount of teams to choose from

-Gameplay - this is what you will spend 90% of your time doing so it was important to get right. Unfortunately EA haven't got the balance right at all. Defenders are extremely poor and cant tackle for toffee! Pace is the only attribute that matters in the game because all the players dribble like Lionel Messi. Ping-pong gameplay - its like basketball... also, shooting is seemingly random, definitely a step back from FIFA 14. The most damming criticism is that there is only really one play-style that you should adopt with FIFA 15 and that is pace-attack = so the game has massive balancing issues. Goalkeepers have been re-worked after being much criticized in FIFA14 but are ... lets say, odd.

-Momentum/Handicapping/Scripting -- an inbuilt system in the game that simulates real life game momentum by downgrading player attributes on the stronger side while increasing the stats of the weaker team. It also gives the losing team a leg-up. Leads to some bizarre situations such as John Terry overtaking Gareth Bale :S ..... your defenders having the turning circle of an oil tanker as they "try" to defend for their lives....
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Don't waste your money 10 April 2015
Platform for Display:PlayStation 4|Edition:Standard Edition
Terrible game. Fancy next gen graphics mask even more problems than in the last FIFA. Goalkeepers are absolutely awful! Constantly making errors and can not save the simplest of shots.
I play online (FUT and Seasons) a lot because I find playing against the computer boring, which it is more so in this FIFA. But online is just as bad. I have played games were I absolutely dominant an oppenent and end up drawing or losing. For example. I was 3-0 up against someone at half time and in the second half they scored 4 goals (for two of the goals my goalkeeper just stood and let the ball roll past him) and put that in context my oppenent scored 4 goals from 4 shots on target. Were as I scored 3 goals from 15 shots on target. It seems the better you play, the harder it is to win/the more the computer screws you over.
Don't waste your money. FIFA seems to be becoming far less enjoyable
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42 of 47 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Shocking 5 Nov. 2014
Platform for Display:PlayStation 4|Edition:Standard Edition
Firstly let me just explain my history with the game so you know I'm not a bitter fan boy on the title. Back in the days of PS2 and xbox one i was a pro evo guy. I think i switched to fifa around about 09 when they really started to up their game. I love these games, i spend most of my gaming life on Fifa. I love ultimate team, i think it is a great concept and would happily spend my own money on it if the game was good, however, it is not. Let's go into a few things this year:

Defending: Why EA...just why?!? Ive always prided myself on being good defensively, and ive always had a good record, this year however i am helpless. I cant count the number of penalties ive given away and stupid scorelines ive been involved in, not jsut the odd one or two but literaly every game is 4-3 or 5-5.

The kick off glitch: A stupid and annoying addition last year which i was guilty of using myself.. this year, theyve got rid of that but replaced it with an EVEN MORE IRRATATING one. You kick off and automatically by-pass your opponents midfield, get a run at their defence who are also completely retarded and you concede. VERY annoying.

Shooting: I genuinely havent enjoyed scoring any goals on this, they are all near post finishes and taking it around the keeper, no variety, you cant score from corners at all as is the same with crosses. I agree these were over powered last year but at least there seemed to be more variety of goals than this year. Longshots are shocking and the headers from corners are these unrealistic back pedalling headers.

Dribbling: Remember that annoying sprint dribble that a few players could do last year on fifa 14, well its back and every single player is capable of doing it this year. Horrible.
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20 of 23 people found the following review helpful
Platform for Display:PlayStation 4|Edition:Standard Edition
As other people have posted, the main thing that lets this game down is the awful defending gameplay. Defenders are clumsy, awkward, and the ball often just bounces off them in situations where my Gran could control it.

Other than that, nothing has really changed from FIFA 14, and it's really sad how EA seem to only be working on developing and plugging their money making Ultimate Team mode. Why not make some changes to Pro Clubs (which is my favourite mode), or introduce something innovative like a career mode you can play co-op with a friend (online).

There is so much they could do with FIFA if they weren't spending all their time being greedy and working on Ultimate Team. They know they dominate the market as PES has nearly disappeared completely, and I feel these lackluster releases will continue for years to come.
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