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Fifa 14 is determined to become a more realistic game.

FIFA 14 is the latest version of the FIFA video games series from Electronic Arts. The game has been released for PlayStation 3, Wii, PlayStation 2 and Xbox 360 on September 24, 2013 in North America. It is also released on September 27 in other regions for Xbox One, PlayStation Vita, and Nintendo 3DS and PlayStation 4. The game is meant to be played for iOS and Android. It is free to play. The world saw the demo version of the game on September 10. The teams in the demo include FC Barcelona, PSG, Tottenham Hotspur, Borussia Dortmund, AC Milan, Manchester City, Boca Juniors and New York Red Bulls.

With every annual release of EA's FIFA series there's one obvious, but legitimate, question that is kicked into play more than any other: 'do we need another one of these?' With gameplay and game mode alterations that only the most hardened of subscribers ever recognise, is EA justified in releasing tweaked editions of what is essentially the same game every annum?

"We want returning FIFA players to really have a different experience from what they're used to," explains Prior when told that I already own FIFA 14 and am curious as to how World Cup represents genuine progression, "which is why we've changed the gameplay more than we ever have for an 'event' title in the past. It's a full and feature-rich game that taps in on the passion and atmosphere of the World Cup... we're the only game that provides that.

Seeing as World Cup Brazil's release is being limited to the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, it's difficult not to take the 'cutting edge' claim without a pinch of salt. Getting first-hand experience of the game in action is a chance for me to be impressed by the new player animations (mainly concerned with fanciful passes and flicks) and the ability to use another player's back as a springboard to jump higher during headers, but I leave without definite assurance that the physics model here is superior to that used in next-gen editions of FIFA 14.

For the indoctrinated football obsessive, myself included, Prior is right to suggest that digitally recreating the atmosphere of the sport's most iconic and important event is enough to attract players. Trying to mimic what we're going to be watching on television this summer within the boundaries of FIFA 14--without the official branding, kits, stadiums and samba music--would feel like a comparatively hollow endeavour.

In this newest installment, we are promised a more realistic experience; EA have put in plenty of work into the game, with new gameplay additions and tweaks to get the match day experience more realistic.Also, with the emphasis taken away from pace in this game, you will have to come up with some others ways to break. The demo released on the 10th September has received a mixed reaction, but surely it is a step in the right direction to get a more realistic match day.

Fifa 14 are now available for any gaming console, you'll be able to play it on your Xbox, Playstation 3 and, of course, on your personal computer. Now you have a great choosing and may enjoy playing when you are on the road or just on your launch break! What can be better? Every Fifa gamer knows just how hard it might be getting Fifa 14 coins and FIFA 14 Ultimate Team Coins, which are so important for your end result!
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