The wonderful world of football can take fans on a turbulent ride, as they experience the whole gamut of human emotions, from the heady heights of challenging for a Premiership title to the depressing lows of a releg... show more
A great aspect of FIFA 15 is its in-depth “study” of all 20 Premiership grounds. The least important stand detail is reproduced as faithfully as the most important. Seemingly inconsequential details, such as way fans occupy the correct areas of the ground singing songs about their own team, add a degree of realism that competitors cannot hope to emulate.
Commentary has also been enhanced. Adding to the inherent realism of FIFA 15, commentators Alan Smith and Martin Tyler will allude to events from the 2014 World Cup that involve players in the current game. Sergio Aguero and his lack of finesse in front of goal for Argentina will prove popular!
Fundamental to the FIFA 15 video game is the way in which it plays and any tweaks that have improved performance in this area. The new dribbling technique allows for more responsive players, with precise movement and passing accompanied by elusiveness when latching on to a through ball. As with previous incarnations, pace is a vital attribute, presumably accounting for the preference towards the attacking side. Defending is on a par with FIFA 14, although avoiding the throw-in/corner cut-scenes has now been addressed. Additionally, for the majority of the time, keepers react to back-passes, shots and corners in a realistic fashion.show less
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