FIFA 15 Launched TODAY: Reviews Are In and 8% off fast fifa 15 coins
Posted by Cassandra27 on September 29th, 2014
After weeks of anticipating, the big day has finally arrived: release day for FIFA 15 in North America! And the reviews are rolling in. How does this year's installment in EA's soccer sim series measure up to last year's? How are gamers and critics reacting to the changes? Let's check out the pros and cons of FIFA 15—where the game has evolved over its predecessor, and where it is lagging behind.
These have been the big buzz words for FIFA this year, and no wonder: the players really do look absolutely fantastic, and so do the pitch and the audience. The player reactions are much more palpable—there are no more stiff faces on the field. Players behave like individuals, and react realistically to their triumphs and shortcomings on the field. They pout, they shout in frustration, they celebrate in victory. They interact with each other in realistic ways. None of this alters actual gameplay, but it feels a lot more natural. Crowd atmosphere is amazing, and really helps to individualize the stadiums themselves, which have been rendered in wonderful detail. Play at Anfield, and you're sure to hear "You'll Never Walk Alone."
• Defenders are a lot more involved. Whereas in the past they would often just stand there being useless when they were needed, they are now much more likely to jump in and do their jobs.
• Career mode seems more intuitive than it did in the past (though not much), and there are a ton of options. This is great if you're a big FIFA player and you know the ins and outs of the game, but may be a bit intimidating for some novices. Lots of different game modes have come back, including skill games, tournaments, Pro Clubs, Co-Op seasons, online play, and of course, Ultimate Team.
The statement is a bit strange, since the word "final" suggests that at some point they were considering giving Cahill a 69. Regardless of the details, they have listened to their players and have boosted Tim Cahill's rating from 69 up to 74. This is only partially satisfactory, and in some ways still seems to be an insult. Why? Last year, Cahill rated a 75. Players with ratings of 75 and above are considered "gold cards," in the FIFA games. While EA has boosted Cahill's rating, they have not returned him to gold card status.
Do you think EA was being deliberately misleading with their vague statement, or that the 69 rating really was just a false rumor? Are you angry that Cahill still doesn't rate a 75? Vent your frustrations in the comments below. Be sure and check out the Top 50 player list if you haven't yet to see where all of your favorite stars rank.
And finally, make sure you pre-order FIFA 15 before the pre-order time window closes! FIFA 15 is coming out in just a couple of days, and you really don't want to miss out on the incredible bonuses. Right now for $59.99, you can pre-order the standard edition and get 15 free Ultimate Team packs! For just $10 more, you can get 40 Ultimate Team packs, Messi on loan for your first 5 season games, the Adidas Predator collection, the Adidas All-Star team, and three new celebrations!
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