FIFA 15 (Microsoft Xbox One, 2014)
Soccer fans can hit the pitch and enjoy new player emotions, improved goalkeeper AI, and immersive stadium experiences in FIFA 15. Players can now produce more than 600 realistic reactions to key moments in each game, with their body language reflecting the score. More than 50 new save animations mean goalies are more likely to produce realistic tips and deflections, but that also means attackers will now take advantage of uncaught or uncleared balls. Dynamic areas now feature new club- and country-specific chants and commentary, 10-man goal celebrations, and new bench reactions. Gamers who fancy themselves as tacticians can now create six custom team sheets per club, allowing them to alter their formations and player roles for each opponent, and all ten of the outfield players can be given up to five attacking and defending instructions. When actually on the pitch, players will experience more visceral action thanks to the overhauled dribbling and control system that accurately portrays the spin, curl, and flight of the ball, and improved physics allows for shirt pulling, shoulder barges, and heavy collisions. There are more than 40 authentic re-creations of stadiums from around the world, including all 20 arenas from the Barclays Premier League, and players can take control of teams from more than 30 leagues, including the Italian Serie A. Gamers can manage their team, discover new players, and court superstars from around the world in the Career mode, compete in online friendlies, take on friends in the card-based Ultimate Team mode, or use the new match day live hub to get the latest news and scores from real-world games.
Publisher Electronic Arts
Game FIFA 15
Platform Microsoft Xbox One
Region Code PAL