After playing the Fifa 15 game, I was deeply attracted by its visual effect. From my point of view, the FIFA 15 is one of the best-looking sports sims around, boasting fluid animation, high-quality physics, and lively stadiums.
Firstly, the Fifa 15 is one of the best-looking sports sims around.
The Fifa 15 understands that many players come in as fans first, and so it deftly weaves in many opportunities to express your fandom, whether in putting your favorite club's badge next to your name or letting you play each match via the Match Day functionality, complete with accurate lineups and commentary. I'm consistently impressed with the depth of detail that goes into its design, the little additions like the ability to take a player out for a test drive in FIFA Ultimate Team before investing hard-earned coins in them, and just how fun it is on the pitch. The FIFA 15 is easily the most complete sim around, boasting the best Manager mode, the best online mode, the best Ultimate Team mode, and on-field gameplay matched only by that of NBA 2K and maybe MLB: The Show.
Secondly, the Fifa 15 boasts the fluid animation.
In Fifa 15,the animations of simple actions such as tripping and tackles look much better than the last installment as well, as it all happens in one fluid motion, rather than a clumsy plop. For instance, shirking off a challenge and retaining possession, or conversely winning the ball after a tackle and starting the counter attack happens fluidly.
Thirdly, the Fifa 15 has the high-quality physics.
In fifa 15, the harmonious ergonomic allows the players to move the ball when the reaction can be more balanced and tightly controlled.
Lastly, the Fifa 15 owns the lively stadiums.
In the Fifa 15,the stadiums seemed to live in general. For examples,the tackles will hurt the turf, the jerseys can be dirty, the corner flags are fluttering,and hitting the post will clang clang rang.
In conclusion, with above visual effects, I got a high level of visual enjoyment in the Fifa 15 game.