FIFA 14 (Xbox 360) Reviews
Product Type: Electronic Arts Xbox 360 games
Description:Genre: Sports - Football / Video Game for Xbox 360 / Release Date: 2013-09-27 / Published by Electronic Arts
Newest Review: ... play other players through an internet connection. FUT: Fifa ultimate team or FUT (for short) is a revolutionary game mode ... more
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Customer FIFA 14 (Xbox 360) Reviews (4)
by - written on 17/12/13 (Very useful, 20 readings)
One issue that many people have with FIFA is that with just a year between every version, some find it hard to justify the expenditure for often small improvements. For me, however this is inconsequential for the amount of hours that I plough into the game. In terms of value for money, it always works out well for me. I think that most people are aware of what FIFA is by now but just in case you have lived on Mars for the last twenty years, then it is a football simulator where you take charge of one team and control the players. There is also a mode where you can play as just one player but the weak and boring AI displayed on almost every FIFA has resulted in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/02/14 (Very useful, 8 readings)
INTRODUCTION: Fifa 14 by EA Sports is a simulation to the game of football, it allows you to control your favourite players from around the globe in a variety of game modes, varying from a 'kick off' match where you and a friend (if wanted) can each pick a team from various leagues around the world and jump straight in head-to-head. Other game modes include tournaments, seasons (both single player and online*) *-online on the xbox 360 & xbox One and Playstation 4 (PS4) require a paid membership in order to play other players through an internet connection. FUT: Fifa ultimate team or FUT (for short) is a revolutionary game mode that EA Sports ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/11/13 (Useful, 9 readings)
EA Sports have been releasing FIFA video games since 1994, which is now 20 years ago, so therefore they would be experienced in the football (or soccer for those who are from the Americas) game industry. Ever since the move to the Xbox 360 and PS3 consoles, EA have been quite productive in changing the face of FIFA and improvements are made every year, no matter how small to make it the game that we all love (or mostly hate, only if we lose!) to play whether it is by ourselves or with friends. This year, EA have been vastly improving the game in all aspects. A big change is the dynamics in the shooting and dribbling departments. Coupled with real ball ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/11/13 (Somewhat useful, 9 readings)
Wow. Every year I rush to my nearest supermarket to purchase FIFA on the day of it's release, hoping beyond hope that it will live up to the expectation and hype surrounding each release. Needless to say once again EA sports have raised the bar in terms of football games. Player motion is slick and easy to control whilst boasting the freedom to play the game how you want it. The ultimate team feature is once again excellent, as well as the improved career mode option, with new features and changes to managing your team. Also this year is the new feature Co-op seasons. A refreshing new mode which brings a nw element of social gaming and enjoyment to FIFA. . Read the complete review
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