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FIFA 15 (PC)

Platform : Windows 7
3.3 out of 5 stars 91 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: PC | Edition: Standard Edition

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  • Platform: Windows 7
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 3 and Over
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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Platform: PC | Edition: Standard Edition
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  • ASIN: B00KHJLGL6
  • Release Date: 26 Sept. 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (91 customer reviews)
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Platform:PC  |  Edition:Standard Edition

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Platform for Display: PCEdition: Standard Edition Verified Purchase
Terrible. Fix the game EA
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New Features

In the vastly popular game mode 'Ultimate Team', you can now loan players to play a set number of matches. All of the English Premier League teams stadiums are officially licensed and in-game - what does this mean? The real name of the stadium is displayed before kickoff and the surroundings slightly resemble that of the real stadium. Brazilian League is not included but the Turkish league returns. The gameplay, simply hasn't changed, neither has manager mode (single player).
I have included information on the previous game via a link because it is my belief that there has been little to no changes in gameplay or modes, so I would be repeating myself - http://www.ciao.co.uk/Fifa_14_PS4__Review_6109578
Positives

With the progression of technology and the release of new video game consoles, graphics must keep improving. That being said, the graphics don't necessarily improve in FIFA, its more accurate to say that the more prominent a player becomes in the real world, the better the likeness in-game (Antonio Valencia has looked like the same default, generic black guy since 2009) so the addition of more 'likeness' is always welcome. Thanks to this years game and download updates, players play for there current teams. Of course, you could always spend 20 minutes and just manually transfer the players yourself on your old copy of FIFA - but who would waste time doing that when you can just spend another 50? All teams wear this seasons fashion! Sporting the teams recent logos and sponsors with minimal pattern changes.
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_Where to start?_ The Price - From Origin, EA's very own download manager, the source of this game if you will - Standard Edition - for a PC Download - a digital version only - £49.99...
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Platform for Display: PCEdition: Standard Edition
With every iteration of FIFA that comes out each year, there is a definite improvement in graphic quality, the game engine and other aspects, there's also always a new set of frustrating gameplay issues. Unfortunately, FIFA 15 suffers from a larger than normal list of such problems, some that completely ruin this game, especially on PC.

Defending - Defending in the game is a joke. Strikers are always faster so your only option is to intercept the run, but holding the chase button makes a defender run in a line that ends up behind the attacker. Even if you reach the attacker, it leads to the next problem.

Tackling - There has been some massive overhaul of referees decisions in the game, very much for the worse. There have been blatant slide tackles, sending players somersaulting in almost comedic fashion, that register as tackles, and slight touches that are registered fouls. Shoulder barging makes players glitch far further away than they realistically should, ending any defending move you had planned. But the most ridiculous is a situation that happens all too often - you have possession, get hit off the ball and attempt to get it back, only to be hit with an instant foul. It makes no sense and every time it happens you will be caught thinking the foul went to you, only to have the opponent gearing up for the free kick.

Matchmaking and Player 'Nerfing' - Matchmaking is a joke, it seems you are simply thrown into a game against any available opponent; skill-matching is non-existent. I have also noticed that because of this lack of fair games, scripting is used at times to make it fair (more on this to come) and better players are 'nerfed', their level of skill is decreased to make games fairer.
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Pffft....What can I say?

I like it when the AI scripting is favouring me, I don't like it when it isn't. Perhaps it is due to the lack of an ability to actively defend in the game, that the blatant AI scripting / momentum moulding/ filthy cheating scum bias is so obvious in FIFA 15. The way to defend in FIFA is simply by not moving your players out of position and letting the attacker run into you whilst you press the tackle button at the right moment. Thus, if the AI positions your defenders favourably, 'you' might just be successful.

EA Sports went down a very wrong path with their 'tactical defending'. No matter how you configure the gamepad, FIFA's tactical defending system is neither comfortable nor intuitive. But combining the defending controls with the ultra nerfed defender capabilities and/or the ultra buffed attacker attributes in this years game, FIFA 15 is very much a game of two halves. The one half where you have possession of the ball and drift and glide around opposition players like it was AC Milan V Some Pub Team FC, and then the other half where you desperately mash and hopscotch around the tactical defending controls in a vain attempt to break down the attacking move, whilst you watch with dismay as the AI runs your defenders out of the path of the attacking player and anything but the best most perfectly timed mash of the tackle button, will result in the attacker leaving the defender for dead, and/or a free-kick/ penalty (as though it were Some Pub Team FC v AC Milan). On the subject of the refereeing, watch out for goalies jumping up to punch or win the ball, only to then fall down on an attacking player who slid into the goalie to begin with. Straight penalty decision according to EA sports.
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