FIFA Soccer 13

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FIFA Soccer 13

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  • Attacking Intelligence – All-new positioning intelligence wires attacking players with the intelligence to analyze plays, and to position themselves to create new attacking opportunities.
  • FIFA 13 Complete Dribbling – Make every touch matter with the control to be more creative in attack, and the freedom to exploit 1v1 opportunities.
  • FIFA 13 1st Touch Control – A new trapping system eliminates near-perfect control for every player by creating uncertainty around trapping.
  • Player Impact Engine – The second generation of the award-winning physics engine expands physical play from collisions for the ball to off-the-ball battles, giving defenders more tools to win back possession.
  • New Passes – Two new passing options give players the ability to dink passes over the outstretched leg of a defender or loft through balls to teammates.
  • Complete Authenticity – Over 500 officially licensed clubs and more than 15,000 players.
  • FIFA 13 Fundamentals – Essential elements have been refined to make the experience more authentic. Referees will now make better decisions awarding fouls and cards, goalkeeper intelligence has been improved, and Tactical Defending has added lateral mobility for players in defensive containment.
  • Tactical Free Kicks – Create dangerous and unpredictable free kicks utilizing the most skillful players on the pitch. Position up to three attacking players over the ball and confuse opponents with dummy runs, more passing options, and more elaborate free kicks.

FIFA Soccer 13 delivers the largest and deepest feature set in the history of the franchise. Five game-changing innovations create a true battle for possession, deliver freedom and creativity in attack, and capture all the drama and unpredictability of real-world football.

FIFA 13 is the 2012 release in Electronic Arts’ long-running professional soccer game franchise. Based on the current real-life players, teams and leagues associated with the FIFA organization (Federation International de Football), the game aims to present the most realistic international soccer experience available in a video game to-date. Features include, gameplay mechanics improvements on both offense and defense, an extensive roster of players, teams and leagues, multiplayer play options both locally and online, and social network functionality through the EA Sports Football Club.

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Juventus vs. Milan in FIFA 13

The drama and passion of the world’s game returns in the best FIFA game yet.
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The Deepest Feature Set of Any FIFA Game Yet

FIFA 13 captures all the drama and unpredictability of real-world soccer, and is driven by five game-changing innovations which revolutionize artificial intelligence, dribbling, ball control and physical play. It is the largest and deepest feature set in the history of the franchise. These innovations create a true battle for possession across the entire pitch, deliver freedom and creativity in attack, and capture all the drama and unpredictability of the real-world game.

Key Game Features

  • Attacking Intelligence – Players have the ability to analyze space, work harder and smarter to break down the defense, and think two plays ahead. Plus, players make runs that pull defenders out of position and open passing channels for teammates.
  • Complete Dribbling – Face your opponent and use precise dribble touches combined with true 360-degree mobility with the ball. Be more creative and dangerous in 1v1 opportunities.
  • 1st Touch Control – A new system transforms the way players control the ball, eliminating near-perfect touch for every player, and creating more opportunities for defenders to capitalize on errant balls and poor touches to win back possession.
  • EA Sports Football Club – Join the club and experience soccer’s social network. Earn rewards, level up, enjoy live challenges, and connect with friends. Everything within FIFA 13, and against friends, is measured in a meaningful way. Fans can earn rewards to unlock items from the new Football Club Catalog, and build their status as they climb 100 levels. Real-world storylines drive Football Club through regular challenges so that FIFA 13 will look, feel and play like the real-world season. Support your club and compete against rivals in every area of the game, lifting your club higher in the league tables or helping them avoid relegation. Plus, the new EA Sports Football Club App for the iPhone enables fans to access to their EA Sports Football Club identity and friends, manage their FIFA Ultimate Team, search the live auctions and bid to win new players.
  • Multiplayer Support – Enjoy multiplayer action with friends and family both locally, and online.

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Messi in the open field in FIFA 13

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A bird's eye view of action on the pitch in FIFA 13

Attack with intelligence.
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A goalkeeper's view of a penalty kick in action in FIFA 13

Improved creative abilities.
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Going for a header in front of the goal in FIFA 13

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  1. 57 of 68 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Not all that different from Fifa 12, but small improvements go a long way!, September 26, 2012
    By 
    Slashaholic Anonymous “Steve” (Salt Lake City, UT USA) –

    = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: FIFA Soccer 13 (Video Game)

    I put hundreds of hours into Fifa 12. Several seasons, hundreds of games with my ultimate team, and dozens upon dozens of 1 v 1 local matches against my friend and sworn Fifa rival. Despite its shortcomings, Fifa 12 became one of my favorite games of all time. Fifa 13 does little to change the fundamental mechanics of Fifa 12, rather, small additions, tweaks, and improvements give Fifa 13 a glistening coat of polish and make it an even more realistic, accessible, and satisfying football/soccer experience than ever before.
    I’ll address the question of whether Fifa 13 merits the $60 price tag, particularly if you already own Fifa 12. There’s no clear-cut answer to this question, a number of factors need to be considered: How much do you play Fifa? Do you closely follow current soccer, whether domestic or international? Do you play Ultimate Team? If you are a very casual Fifa player, jumping on every now and then for a quick game or two to get your fix, then there’s no rush to buy Fifa 13, as the core game experience is very similar. But if you’re more like me, and want the most up-to-date squad rosters, player ratings, Ultimate Team, and most realistic soccer experience available, then certainly the investment in Fifa 13 is justified.
    Big new additions to Fifa 13 are as follows: For actual gameplay, the new “first touch” mechanic basically adds more variability to how well players trap the ball. Depending on the position of the player, whether or not they’re moving, and their ball control rating, players may trap the ball in a less-than-perfect manner. Dribbling is a little smoother; it still takes a fair bit of practice before you’ll be successfully rounding defenders left and right, but it’s more accessible than in Fifa 12.
    Fifa 13 exhibition matches have a cool new feature called Match Day, where EA updates player ratings on a week-to-week basis to reflect how well the player/team played that week. This feature can be turned off if you’d prefer to simply play with the players as Fifa/EA decided to rate them for this year.
    Edited to add: I’ve had a chance to play a number of online ultimate team matches; online stability/lag appear to be pretty similar to Fifa 12. I have a decent connection, so most of my matches have been pretty smooth. Ultimate Team has received a make-over, with single matches no longer an option, but offline and online “seasons” added, in which there are 5 divisions, and each season you play a set number of games against players in your same division, with the potential of promotion or relegation depending on how many points you can get.
    For the sake of keeping this review to a somewhat reasonable length, I’ll end by saying that thus far I am extremely satisfied with Fifa 13, and I foresee myself putting hundreds more hours into it over the coming year.

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  2. 44 of 56 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    EA Deserves to Go Bankrupt, October 11, 2012
    By 
    John

    = Fun:2.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: FIFA Soccer 13 (Video Game)

    I’ve been a loyal FIFA customer since 2007. It’s no secret that EA basically repackages and sells the same game every year — and you know what? I accept that. The gameplay is fun and there are no better alternatives on the market.

    The problem with FIFA 13, though, is that it’s so unbelievably plagued by glitches that it’s rendered almost unplayable. Manager Mode, the most popular feature of the game, is completely broken. Good luck loading your Manager Mode file after you’ve played about a month into your career. (Hint: your system will freeze or you’ll get an error message.) Chances are that you’ll have spent in-game credits toward that particular career too, but kiss those goodbye. The time and money you invest in this game will be all for naught.

    If you can find a game mode that actually works beyond the loading screen (such as the player portion of career mode), you’ll find a new set of exciting glitches awaiting you. For example, you might start a match only to discover that the ball has disappeared. As a matter of fact, I retract a previous statement. EA actually does add new features to the FIFA — they’re just unintentional and annoying like “Invisi-Ball” Mode.

    The problems I mentioned are widely publicized. How major issues like these go unnoticed (or ignored) in testing is mind-boggling. Quality assurance and quality control are apparently nonexistent. The worst part of all, however, is EA’s arrogance. Time after time, they’ve shown that they’re too smug to acknowledge the failures of their bug-ridden products. Any attempt at a solution is always too little and far too late. Maybe it’s because they know that they hold their customers hostage; maybe their developers aren’t talented enough to fix their own mistakes. Whatever the reason, they will not reward your loyalty or investment as a customer.

    In almost any other industry, this sort of incompetence and utter lack of accountability would be grounds for a lawsuit. A major portion of the product is critically flawed. Manager Mode, the reason most people purchase the game, does not work.

    Bottom line:

    You’ll enjoy FIFA 13 if you’re the kind of person who enjoys when your car doesn’t start.

    I’m working on getting a refund.

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  3. 37 of 48 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    EXTREMELY BUGGY, October 7, 2012
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    = Fun:2.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: FIFA Soccer 13 (Video Game)

    First of all i think it is a disgrace that EA is marketing FIFA13 as a new product when in fact it is (almost) the same product as FIFA12. In my book the difference between Fifa12 and Fifa13 is more of a v1.0 to v1.1 upgrade. Anyway us fans will keep on buying it anyway since we want updated squads and of course the online market always moves towards the latest version so it will be less and less players to play against in Fifa12. Right? True up until now, but no more.

    The worst part of this game however is not that it is copied too much from Fifa12, it is that it is so EXTREMELY buggy. For example, in 1 days playing I had to force quit 3 times and restart. This is just ridiculous, it is an absolute disgrace that a big player like EA would release a product that has so poor quality. Hey EA have you ever heard about QA? No you haven’t, go google that.

    Those bugs that requires force quit are of course the most annoying (by the way all 3 times where at unrelated places), but there are more. So many more bugs…

    Example: I’m about to play the Fifa online league as an English BPL team. When the stadium is loaded i suddenly see that i play as Barcelona, 1 second later the game exits back to the main menu: “Lost connection”. Another time, I choose an international team, after I clicked team management before the game I see that the squad is actually totally incorrect, not even 1 player is correct. I press back, Fifa prompts “Saving your changes”, automatically. Even though i didn’t make any changes. Theres no end to the amounts of bugs in this game and heads should roll at EA for releasing this piece of crap.

    Have played FIFA series on XBOX since 03 and then the more recent years on PS3, but this was the last time i bought a game from EA. You’re not getting 80 bucks from be again next year.

    EA SPORTS you’re an embarrassment to everything about good software development. Please support competitor products instead, get this lazy arrogant giant off his feet.

    Ans yes i know EA sports will release bug patches later and I don’t claim that the software should be bug free, but at this level of quality this release is nothing else than a spit in the users face.

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