FIFA 14: Review

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FIFA 14 featuring Lionel Messi – Image from GameWatcher

From today’s article, we are going to talk about another Sports simulation game, FIFA 14. The game is a creation of EA Canada and publishment of EA Sports. The game was released back in 2013 for many major gaming platforms. This game is available for PC (Microsoft Windows), Console (PS2, PS3, Xbox 360, etc) and, for Mobile as ‘FIFA 14 Mobile’. The mobile version of the game released for iOS and Android on 23rd September 2013 and, for Windows phone, on 28th February 2013. However, many features of the mobile version were inaccessible without payments.

Features in FIFA 14

FIFA 14 PC Gameplay – Video from Pharmit24

We can see several improvements to the last games in this game. That includes advanced AI usage in the game (noncontrolling players will act more likely human). There is another feature, ‘True Player Motion’ which makes more realistic movement from the player.

The best feature we can see is that the number of licensed teams and leagues available in the game. Unlike its rival game, ‘PES 14’, this game has invested more in that part. In fact, there are 33 fully licensed leagues which include more than 600 football clubs and 16,000 soccer players. Also, there are 47 fully licensed international teams and also a legends team.

Another feature we can see is FUT (FIFA Ultimate Team) which allows the player to customize and build his or her own team with real players and staff. (This team can be used in both online or offline gameplay). Talking about online gameplay, there is a currency system in the game. These coins depend on the number of matches won, lost, or drew by the player. These coins can use for buying packs (These packs contains various players in quality of bronze, silver, and, gold)

A team formation in FIFA 14 Ultimate Team – Image from Pinterest

Conclusion

Basically, FIFA 14 got good reviews from all of the gaming platforms. Metacritic gave 87% for PC, 86% for PS3, and 84% for Xbox 360. The game has got many fans and of course, if you are a soccer game fan, you must play this one.

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