Long-running fan favorite soccer simulation FIFA has a new entry for 2013, and futbol fans will be well-pleased with FIFA 13. According to our FIFA 13 review from the great Miguel "Yellow Card" Concepcion, the newest FIFA is more about incremental improvement than revolutionary advancement.
Here's a taste of Miguel's FIFA 13 review.
"With nothing to overhaul or drastically improve this year, EA Sports was able to focus on the little areas where FIFA Soccer 12 fell short, adjustments that go a long way in making FIFA Soccer 13 near perfect. For example, I could not reproduce the accidental make-out sessions and same-team tripping that resulted from FIFA Soccer 12's Impact Engine. I also had the sense that EA improved the teammate AI to actually work as a team, which you'd think would have been fixed ages ago. The one standout tweak is in dribbling, where it almost feels like the studio took a page from its own FIFA Street playbook terms of having better control of the ball."
Read the rest of our FIFA 13 review.