Perfect features in FIFA 15 game
There is no doubt that FIFA has been designed for the veteran FIFA player: having played many hours of previous FIFAs, sitting down to play the latest one was a comfortable, intuitive and easy experience. The game came back, the controls were the same, I was still pretty terrible and it was still thrilling and infuriating all at the same time.
Less obviously, FIFA seems to have moved away from the focus on ball control and the defensive game of FIFA 13 and FIFA 14, and towards a more dynamic, aggressive and – frankly – exciting style of play. If you played the last two FIFAs tired of getting mired in the
midfield, bored witless by the slow, methodical pace, then you’ll probably find this year’s FIFA the best since the glory days of FIFA 12. It’s still a game built by people hell-bent on reflecting every aspect of the beautiful game, but this time they’ve remembered that FIFA can also be fun.
Realism and Emotional Intensity
On another level, the visuals are consistently impressive. Anyone who describes the players as absolutely lifelike should probably steer clear of Madame Tussauds, lest they think they’re getting blanked by the real Tom Cruise, but they’re certainly closer than they’ve ever been before. Hair now looks more realistic, the kit seems to hang from the body rather than form an integral part, and the various stadiums are magnificently detailed – at least in the Premier League.
Career Mode upgrades
Career Mode in FIFA 15 is going to be better than ever with an improved transfer market and Team Management system. You’ll be able to save time and more quickly jump into the action. Player Growth and Scouts are going to see improvements as well, so it will be easier than ever to choose the best new players for your team and match them up intelligently with your existing players.
Play all 20 Premier League Stadiums
Here’s another reason to buy FIFA 15. This game is going to come loaded with all 20 Premier League Stadiums, virtually replicated with every detail intact, including lifelike detail on the animated LEDs. Find out what it’s like to take the action to every field and come away a winner!
Every game has its imperfections, and FIFA 15 certainly isn’t without them. While player physiques look more athletic, they also look a bit more buff than seems realistic for the majority. There are glitches and bugs, some of which are rather funny—like a player passing his arm straight through his teammate’s body during a celebration. We have yet to see a player float through the air though, which is good! Career Mode could still use some polishing; hopefully next year they will make that a priority. Single-player gaming in general could use some work; EA’s focus seems to be on multiplayer.
More real player faces
Arcadey online gameplay is fun
Corners and headers aren’t OP anymore
More distinction between players with low and high attributes
Up-to-date sqauds and players
It’s by far the best available football game on next-gen
Lack of attention to any game mode not named ultimate team
Rubberbanding/handicap/scripting/whatever you want to call it
End-to-end play can get a bit ridiculous
Near post is OP, Far post is UP
Meanwhile, you can buy FiFa 15 Coins, FUT Coins to enhance your team FUT mode. Coins are the currency in FIFA 15, with which you can secure the best players and useful bonus content.