FIFA 15 – Xbox 360

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FIFA 15 – Xbox 360

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FIFA 15 – Xbox 360

FIFA 15 - Xbox 360

  • FIFA 15 brings soccer to life in stunning detail so fans can experience the emotion of the sport like never before.

• FIFA 15 brings soccer to life in stunning detail so fans can experience the emotion of the sport like never before.
• Witness the intensity of crowds and listen to commentators guide fans through the story of the game with Dynamic Match Presentation. New Emotional Intelligence allows players to react to opponents and teammates within context, and relative to the narrative of the match.
• Next Generation Visuals put fans on Living Pitches with grass that wears as the match pro

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3 Comments

Eli Swanson

May 23, 2016 at 10:09 pm
15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars
One of the Best Games Available., December 27, 2014
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This review is from: FIFA 15 – Xbox 360 (Video Game)
Let me preface this by saying that I rarely play any online matches or modes in FIFA 15. I’ll occasionally play FUT, but I prefer career mode. I skipped from FIFA 13 to 15, and the upgrade is incredible. I understand that moving from 14 the interface didn’t really change, but I can’t help but mentioning that the menus and loading screens are slick. That brings me to another point, the game is fast. I’m not talking about the gameplay itself, but rather the loading. From when I click to begin a match to the kickoff is about ten seconds. This is one of the best upgrades. The game runs smoothly, no hiccups or freezes. The 360 version is just as good as the version for the newer consoles. All the graphics are incredible and the rosters and uniforms are up to date, obviously. I pretty much exclusively play sports games, and this is probably the best. FIFA 15 is both fun and challenging, if you want it to be, and is a must have.
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carlos hernandez

May 23, 2016 at 10:18 pm
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars
the game feels like fifa 14 but visually has improved a lot, September 29, 2014
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This review is from: FIFA 15 – Xbox 360 (Video Game)
the game feels like fifa 14 but visually has improved a lot , however the gameplay has changed the hardest thing is Defense , for example with players like Cristiano Ronaldo you can score if you run from the midle of the field and its very hard to stop a player like that because is very fast , also i have had problems playing online sometimes youre wining , and the other players left the game and just got a message that says online has failed then i check and the score and the game is not stored like if i never play the game , i think EA is working on this to avoid cheating players , overall the Game is Great and very adictive i hope Someday they can create a Balance because there are many players like Cristiano ronaldo , Ibrahimovic , Etc that gives the sensation that have super powers , good job with this game EA
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J. Liddiard

May 23, 2016 at 10:41 pm
28 of 36 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars
Love-Hate Relationship, October 6, 2014
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This review is from: FIFA 15 – Xbox 360 (Video Game)
I should start by saying that I love the Fifa games and will play them pretty much regardless. However, as someone who plays a lot of football in real life I am slightly disappointed by the realism of the actual gameplay.

Firstly, the graphics and everything that goes along with the game has definitely improved, such as the crowd etc.

On the other hand, many of the same errors from Fifa 14 still persist in terms of the gameplay. I won’ bother listing everything I find annoying, but here are some of the things I’d really hoped they would have addressed:

1) Goalkeepers – you know that point you try a chip shot but that goalkeeper hasn’t actually come out? Well even if the keeper could catch the ball extremely easily they still palm it over the bar for a corner. In addition, when you bring your keeper a long way out there is still that moment where you’re wondering “is he actually going to clear this?” rather than taking a stupidly large touch and going straight to user controlled, rather than computer controlled.

2) Throw-ins – why do we have to watch them chase the ball?

3) Executing commands – in this game you have to be prepared to cross/shoot before the chance as really emerged. The number of times I have players in perfect positions to cross/shoot, then press the button, only to watch them take another 8-yard touch straight out of play or through to the keeper. It’s simply unnecessary.

4) Speed – everyone that has already played this game will now know how ridiculously quickly the top players can run with the ball. They can seemingly run at 45-degree angles and breeze past defenders without really doing anything.

5) Refereeing – there are still so many good challenges that are given as free kicks and red cards, especially when your last man wins the ball only to get sent off. It is also very easy to pick up straight reds for slightly mis-timed challenges.

6) Line-ups – you will see early on that if you play with a 4-4-2 and they have kick-off, that four of your players will stand on the halfway line and be immediately out of action when they take a touch forward. There are then two midfielders left, if you beat one (which isn’t difficult) then you have a clear run at the back line. However, for some unknown reason the back line is about 35 yards too deep. The only way I can find to close the enormous gap between the defense and midfield is to either play with two holding midfielders, or by continuously playing the offside trap.

7) Running the wrong way – by this I mean that if a player is running at your centre-back then you want your other centre-back or full-back to tuck in and provide cover. This is exactly the opposite of what happens. They both run the wrong way providing a clear route to goal.

Regardless of my own annoyances at the game it is still enjoyably frustrating. I also suppose these things give you stuff to get angry about/disagree about.

On the whole I still love playing this version, but I don’t feel that the game does well enough to truly reflect real-life play. Maybe they should employ some actual footballers to test it rather than just game designers!?

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