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EA Sports 2014 FIFA World Cup - Brazil

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  • World Class Control - Control the ball in possession with an all-new control system using
  • Explosive Movement - Change direction on and off the ball with purpose and get to space
  • Set Piece Tactics New tactics will have opponents fearing set pieces
  • adidas Ball Physics - EA SPORTS and adidas partner to deliver the most realistic ball physics
  • New Penalty Kicks- Feel the drama of FIFA World CuP penalty kicks
  • Over-the-Back Headers - Jump over your opponent's back to win the possession battle
  • adidas micoach Training - Complete adidas micoach training sessions to boost in-game attributes

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  • Platform:   PlayStation 3
  • PEGI Rating: Unknown
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1
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Platform: PlayStation 3
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  • ASIN: B00INYEA5G
  • Release Date: 17 April 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 782 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Platform: PlayStation 3

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EA SPORTS 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil, the only officially licensed videogame will let fans experience all the fun, excitement, and drama of football's greatest event. Featuring the deepest set of game modes ever in an EA SPORTS tournament title, all new gameplay innovations and improvements, and a rich presentation that captures the color and vibrancy of Brazil, EA SPORTS 2014 FIFA World Cup will put fans in control of their nation's fate.

EA SPORTS 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil features multiple innovations and improvements to the award-winning gameplay of EA SPORTS FIFA 14, putting players in control of their nation's fate. From the ability to accelerate, decelerate, and change direction quickly on and off the ball with Explosive Movement, to the new World Class Control feature that uses Response Dribbling and Pinpoint Passing, fans will feel the athleticism and skill of their national football heroes. And one hundred new animations, including passing, saves, and penalty kicks, help play on the pitch explode with the drama and unpredictably of the official tournament.

With 203 national teams, 7,469 players, 19 officially licensed managers, and 21 new stadiums including all 12 authentic stadiums from Brazil, the 2014 FIFA World Cup comes to life with more detail and authenticity than ever before. Feel the support of a nation with all-new crowd scenes including banners, flags, and seat cards in the stadium, and from Live City events in all corners of the globe. Score a goal with England and see fans react live from Trafalgar Square, or have Germany bury the winning penalty and see fans erupt at Brandenburg Gate in Berlin

Now everyone has a chance to write football history. In Road to the FIFA World Cup, the most immersive tournament mode from any EA SPORTS title, players can choose from 203 national teams and play with one to 32 players locally through the qualifying rounds, and on to the group stages of the FIFA World Cup. Along the way, fans can get tournament updates from EA SPORTS Talk Radio, featuring Ian Darke and Andy Goldstein, or Roger Bennett and Michael Davies (Men in Blazers), with over 50 hours of recorded content to stay up to date on all the action. For those who want to celebrate the tournament online, Road to Rio de Janeiro is an all-new mode that lets players win their way across a map of Brazil's 12 host cities in licensed and authentic stadiums. With 203 national teams, 7,469 players, 19 officially licensed managers, and 21 new stadiums including all 12 authentic stadiums from Brazil, the 2014 FIFA World Cup comes to life with more detail and authenticity than ever before. Feel the support of a nation with all-new crowd scenes including banners, flags, and seat cards in the stadium, and from Live City events in all corners of the globe. Score a goal with England and see fans react live from Trafalgar Square, or have Germany bury the winning penalty and see fans erupt at Brandenburg Gate in Berlin. Now everyone has a chance to write football history. In Road to the FIFA World Cup, the most immersive tournament mode from any EA SPORTS title, players can choose from 203 national teams and play with one to 32 players locally through the qualifying rounds, and on to the group stages of the FIFA World Cup. Along the way, fans can get tournament updates from EA SPORTS Talk Radio, featuring Ian Darke and Andy Goldstein, or Roger Bennett and Michael Davies (Men in Blazers), with over 50 hours of recorded content to stay up to date on all the action. For those who want to celebrate the tournament

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Experience all the Fun, Excitement, and Drama of Football’s Greatest Event.

Multiple improvements and innovations to the award-winning gameplay of FIFA 14, plus 100 new animations, make EA SPORTS™ 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil the most accessible, fun, and exciting EA SPORTS FIFA title on Xbox 360. Bring to life the world’s greatest tournament by choosing from 203 National Teams in the deepest set of modes ever in a tournament title from EA SPORTS. Immerse yourself in the FIFA World Cup as you play in authentic Brazilian stadiums, and recognize the support of newly rendered crowds created to replicate the passion and pageantry of the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil.

  • World Class Control — Control the ball in possession with an all-new control system using:
  • Response Dribbling - Turn quicker at every angle and keep the ball under control. Using the left trigger, fans will find success beating opponents at slow speeds with the new dribbling system.  Plus, use all-new new flicks, dribbles, and a new Brazilian-inspired skill move to beat defenders.
  • Pinpoint Passing - Key passing improvements and new animations result in crisper, more accurate, direct, and responsive passing. Ground crosses, outside of the foot curling crosses, and personality given to clearances make moving the ball more satisfying and precise than ever.
  • Explosive Movement — Change direction on and off the ball with purpose and get to space. Players are able to accelerate, decelerate, and change direction quickly on and off the ball, as well as make tight dribble turns and close touches on the ball while dribbling at pace.
  • Set Piece Tactics — New tactics will have opponents fearing set pieces from the flank or during corner kicks. Using the D-pad players tell their teammates to

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37 of 40 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Falls short of acceptable. 17 April 2014
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3|Verified Purchase
First and foremost, I've been looking forward to this game since it was announced, having played FIFA 14 to death and turning into a big kid for the excitement of the World Cup. I buy FIFA, and most other EA Sports games, every year like a mindless drone and this is my own fault. I knew what I was getting into, but that didn't stop me. I would still be playing it right now if it hadn't frozen on the menu screen and lost my progress, but instead I decided to come and share some thoughts on here.

I'll start with the positives that aren't already widely plastered across every major review that's been published:

- The gameplay has both positive new features and negative. Now, this is the most important thing about the game for me. I like the improved set piece tactics, although I can imagine that there is a straightforward way to exploit the "crowd the keeper" option. The 'over the back' headers seem to be a good new feature aswell, and the underpowering of over the top through balls is both a blessing and a curse.

- A couple of reviews I've seen have criticised the difficulty, saying that it's a lot easier than FIFA 14. I'd actually beg to differ on this one, I find the difficulty curve a lot steeper on World Class than on 14, and you need to be on top of your game to even beat the minnows (this may be subjective though, but my own personal experience so far hasn't been hugely successful).

- The graphics aren't as bad as most of the reviews have said. I'm actually quite impressed with the stadiums, atmosphere, player faces and most of the managers that I've seen thus far. Louis van Gaal is exempt from this as he looks like an alien in my opinion.

- The Andy Goldsmith and Ian Darke radio show is a breath of fresh air, and quite welcome.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Worst football game ever... 8 July 2014
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3
It's been a long long time since I chucked a game in the bin but I wouldn't wish this abomination on my worst enemy.

I've been playing FIFA & Pro Evo for the best part of a decade & I can safely say this is right up there as a stinking turd of a football game. Simply put, in a football game you need a balance between a "challening simulation" & an "accessible fantasy" (taking your team to world cup glory. But I find this game quite simply punishes you with errors that you have no control over. The AI is poor, with midfielders simply standing there admiring the attacker dribbling past & changing players to influence the game switches control to a random player further away than the one you were with originally. Attacking runs going forward don't exist & the lifted through ball & crossing mechanics are way out. Worst of all, the balance of the gameplay just doesn't add up. I didn't really sense any urgency in the player movement...I didn't feel like I was actually controlling my team as it just felt all over the place.

The plus points: full licenses on world cup teams & competition as well as each nation represented. Also tactical corners make a little biy of a difference to the options in place at a set piece.

I'm sorry guys but when EA are peddling a game designed for a single tournament at full price you know you're asking for trouble. I just wish I bought with my head & nlt my heart.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars The AI has many issues. 10 May 2014
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3
The game is pretty good, it's immersive, the football is fast flowing and feels sort of "world cup-like". The main problem is with AI team selection. I played against England and they had Ashley Cole in central midfield and Keiran Gibbs at left back? Neymar is almost always played in central midfield, as are Suarez, Ronaldo and Messi. You barely feel a sense of victory when you beat a team that plays the best players in the world out of position. I've been forced to play as the opposition team until the game starts and pick their team for them or it is simply to easy to win.

It may seem a small niggle but for nearly 40 and only minimal changes from FIFA 14 they really shouldn't have glaring errors like this.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Good game, but... 7 Aug 2014
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3
Not a bad game. Far better than I expected from what other reviews said. It was let down, however, by continually freezing every time I go to save the game. BIG let down
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Good . . . but flawed 14 May 2014
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3
The last Fifa game I bought was Fifa 13, so I've had a bit of a break. Seeing as excitement is beginning to build up surrounding the World Cup in Brazil I thought I'd give this a go. The changes between Fifa 13 and this are subtle, yet quite frustrating. No longer are you able to run at the opposition with quick players, knocking R3 forward to perform a heavy touch, thus skinning them. Instead, it's near impossible to beat any defender unless you (mundanely) pass the ball around them. Attacking just seems a bit dead, and goals are only really scored through long range shots as the goalkeepers are unnaturally good at saving one-on-ones. Don't get me wrong, it is a good game and will provide hours of entertainment; I'm just unsure at how much longer EA Sports can go on producing what appears to be the very same game with updated squad rosters and very little else.

I experienced similar issues with the AI team selection. Ibrahimovic was played as a CDM for Sweden, Eden Hazard played CM for Belgium, and Bryan Ruiz was played in CDM for Costa Rica - they're all forwards! I'm sure this is a petty mistake that will be sorted with an update. Another update that will come will be updated squads; expect this soon as the squads are only just being announced by managers; so soon we can play as Luke Shaw :)

*****EDIT*****

Since writing this review I have encountered some massive changes to the game, notably actually playing in the FIFA World Cup! The atmosphere is 10x better, the crowds, the teams and the radio stations. The game feels like each match is important (like real life) and is a hugely realistic and enjoyable World Cup experience. Well worth the money!!
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