In this year’s version, you can compete as any of the 203 teams in qualifying and work your way to earn a ticket to Brazil. This gives you an extended experience similar to a season-long game in any other sport.
If you want to help a small country qualify for its first World Cup, you have that ability to challenge yourself.
On the other hand, you can simply adjust the final version of 2015 World Cup to include a favorite team. Maybe you want to add Gareth Bale with Wales into the event, or Bob Bradley’s Egypt. You have the power to do whatever you want to make the game as exciting as possible.
The folks at EA Canada have already established themselves as the kings and queens of the digital football pitch. These games are the best of their kind and packed with a staggering number of modes, management options, skill competitions and more.
Where things get a little sticky is with the value proposition of a game like this. It’s a full-priced release coming out midway between annual entries in the FIFA series, but it doesn’t offer anything terribly innovative or radical in its gameplay.
Though few would argue that it hasn’t made considerable strides in most areas, the more authentic physics and animation make for a less immediately intuitive and responsive game of football. It does feel a little quicker than FIFA 15, if only in the speed of transitions between receiving the ball and advancing with it, while shots seem to travel at greater velocity – but for better and worse, those who’ve played this season’s game will instantly be in familiar territory.
2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil might feel like a step back to anyone coming from the next-gen versions of FIFA 15, but for those who haven’t yet upgraded, it represents an improvement on the annual release. Meanwhile, fans looking to cheer their team on this summer will get a kick out of the sizzling carnival atmosphere it generates.
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