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- Multi-player

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- Electronic Arts


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The best-selling and most critically-acclaimed football game of all time returns for a new season -and it's still on top form. A completely new game and graphics engine brings with it a whole new level of realism and control, as well as a host of new features demanded by the fans.

The world's premier football sim goes up a league
Create your own custom chants to play online
Players are modelled more realistically than ever
Fight for possession with the new 360 degree collisions




















The FIFA games are already renowned for their depth and accuracy but the new Pro Passing controls bring the onscreen action even closer to the real thing. Combined with improved man-to-man interactions this not only looks like football it plays like it too, with all its subtlety and intricacy.

It's not just the on-pitch action that's been improved though, as the new career mode ensures the most comprehensive player manager simulation ever seen in a sports game. With new player models and body types, new customisations options and new online modes this is the ultimate version of the ultimate football game.

Key Features

  • Title Holders: The best gets better with a whole new game engine and dozens of new features including saveable highlights and custom soundtracks - and even your own crowd chants.
  • Passing Manoeuvre: All-new pro passing system ensures an even more realistic game, where understriking can ruin a run and new swerve passes ensure safer play.
  • New Career: New player manager career mode lets you create your own player and experience a full 15-year career, with new team management options and a friends leaderboard.
  • Nice Personality: Personality + system exactly simulates a player's performance both on and off the pitch, with new body types and animation to replicate every kind of athlete.
  • Goalie In: For the first time take direct control of your goalie in the Be A Goalkeeper mode, with the freedom to control any player on the pitch whenever you want.

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A very fun game to pass your time!! Just seems like i am playing football in real life...A great game

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Despite wanting to "kill" Sony at E3, Amazon's placeholder price for the Xbox One is set at a steep £599.99.

Amazon admit that "there are no official prices announced for Xbox One products. The price stated above is a placeholder," adding that if the price drops, you pay the price at the time of release.

That said, this seems to be Amazons price prediction for the UK, even if it might be slightly higher than the official release price.


With a troubled announcement plagued by analysis of its 24 hour always on refresh policy, and Microsoft's attempt to monopolize the pre-owned market, people are asking whether or not this entertainment-centric system is even built primarily for gaming. Controversy surrounding Kinect purportedly monitoring heart-rate and skin-flush is also in the spotlight, with people questioning exactly why one system needs so many gimmicks that don't necessarily pertain to gaming.

Microsoft haven't yet announced the official price for the base box, but they are all rumored to come with the new updated Kinect sensor - good news for anyone suffering from heart problems.


It's not clear whether or not this is a cogent estimation or a wild stab in the dark, but it seems closer to a reasonable price than if it were a stab in the dark. 450 for the system and 150 for the Kinect bar seems to make some sense, but if Microsoft will be selling the systems at a loss, we should see a price substantially lower. Amazon have listed Sony's console at the same price, but I think it's safe to assume that the price of both consoles reflects an estimation of the higher priced unit - priced identically so's to avoid market bias.