FIFA 12 – ps3

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Fifa 12 is being touted as not just an evolutionary, but revolutionary soccer game with new additions such as the Player Impact Engine and much more.
GenreSoccer
Platforms
ps3


DEVELOPER EA Sports | PUBLISHER Codemasters | RELEASE DATE


FIFA 12 Reviews ps3


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1up.com review
If you’ve played any FIFA titles in the past, the game immediately feels as though it’s been slowed down to a worrying degree. You’ll most likely concede several cheap goals as you watch your defender stumble lamely past the opposing team’s striker, allowing them an easy finish against a bewildered keeper (unless it’s Torres). Don’t fret though — when you manage to wrap your head around the changes, that once annoying "revolution" moniker starts to become a very apt description indeed.
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gameblog.fr review
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multiplayer.it review
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vandal.net review
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game-over.com review
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3djuegos.com review
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gamingxp.com review
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videogamer.com review
Forget what you know about FIFA. While EA has been keen to highlight how much of a change this year’s game is going to be over the previous iteration, there have quite rightly been some sceptics, confident that it’s just marketing speak covering up fairly minor changes. It isn’t just marketing. FIFA has changed.
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totalvideogames.com review
You’ll find none of that here on TVG though – we love added realism and depth, and we’re totally enamoured by this year’s new Tactical Defending system. Simply explained, the system takes a massive chunk out of your ability to ‘auto-pressure’ opponents. There are still controls to initiate an ‘auto-press’ of sorts, but it’s nowhere near as effective and can’t be solely relied upon to break-down opponents. Now, new control options such as ‘Jockeying’ have to be taken advantage of if you’re to have any hope of containing the other team. It’s much more about standing off the attacking player, keeping your back to goal in a good position to make sure the attacker can’t turn you, and ushering them away from potentially dangerous areas. The standing tackle has been tweaked with less manoeuvrability so that you’re penalised more for missing with it – running straight at a player and sticking your foot in will now leave gaping holes for the other team to exploit if you don’t get your timing right. Consequently, new controls have been added that allow you to tug on an opponent’s shirt and subtly impede them if they do manage to get by your defender (although using them too excessively will result in cheap free-kicks and penalties).

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cheatcc.com review
There are a lot of "carrot and stick" gameplay elements like this that are meant keep the player motivated, and I’m delighted to say it’s all done tastefully. The game controls fine, though there’s a slight learning curve for timing things properly, but the controls are fully customizable.

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eurogamer.it review
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gameinformer.com review
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gamekult.com review
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