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We’ve been kicking digital FIFA Ultimate Team Coins footballs for over two decades. Think about that for a moment. Two decades of development has gone into a series, which, for many people around the world, is the benchmark for whether or not they buy the new consoles.

While many of us get caught up in proverbial discussions about whether or not launch titles have better modelling for fire, water or cars than the previous generation, smart football fans know better. Launch sports games are often of middling quality, and some FIFA fans wait patiently for an iteration that delivers on the promise of a better football experience.

Thankfully, EA Canada’s FIFA 15 emerges from the tunnel with swagger and a youthful exuberance beguiling a series now in its early twenties.

As with all annual releases, tweaks have been made to FIFA’s controls and animation, and its been gussied up in an attempt to better simulate a great football video game, rather than football itself. The glitz of FIFA 15 is infectious, and thanks to some very clever design, it’s welcoming, rewarding and will be my most played version is years.

Varying levels of handholding are available with player controls, meaning returning FIFA fans, new and veteran can modify AI and assisted player inputs to suit their own individual need. The sliders are self-explanatory, and gameplay will adjust to player skill level. The gulf between difficulty settings is narrowed by the assisted controls, meaning the learning curve for FIFA 15 is made more accessible. Higher difficulties remain borderline impenetrable to average players, but that’s the whole point of simulations; and this is where FIFA 15’s aspirations clearly reside.

Through best-in-class user interface, FIFA 15 unifies its popular FIFA Ultimate Team mode (FUT) with Career Mode into a sleekly designed hub. Hopping from FUT to Career Mode to an Online Friendly is effortless, and sets the bar for other sports games to follow. Sharing a common user-friendly menu system and joint experience points used to unlock new in-game rewards, FIFA 15 wants you to keep playing, and rewards you for doing so. Unlocking custom heritage kits, balls, celebrations and FUT loan players will have you switching between modes frequently, and allows for much greater variety.

FIFA’s money-maker, the ever popular FUT mode, provides an opportunity to build and trade players into playable fantasy football teams. It is clear this is the jewel in FIFA’s crown; built upon a near infinite player roster of tradable virtual collectable cards, and all the trimmings of a traditional managerial mode can be found within. It’s a sign of the times that micro transactions enable users to not only buy credits to purchase players, but it is possible to buy one time-use items to register a win, draw and even the appointment yourself as manager to your national team. It could be argued this ‘pay-to-win’ approach cheapens the experience, and serves to explore the ugly money-grubbing side of real world football. Paying to win is against the romantic notion of football, but you can’t fault EA for offering a shortcut to impatient or fair weather fans. If anything, the option to do so embraces the glitz and glamour of the modern world game.

It’s a focus on the popularized natured of football that makes FIFA 15 in equal parts mesmerizing and alienating. While I appreciate 90 per cent of the audience will experience FIFA as highly ranked clubs in multi-billion dollar leagues, playing home games in the A-League means beige models of home grounds incorrectly labelled with Italian, Spanish and Portuguese names. Veteran FIFA commentary team staples Alan Smith and the immortal Martin Tyler are acceptable, but hearing a jarring English accent from your ground announcer at Melbourne Victory home games ruins the illusion of a football simulation. If effort is going to be made to include a division like the A-League, surely we can expect small and noticeable cosmetic improvements in an annual release most of us also bought last year.

The gulf between the bright lights of the English Premier League and the A-League are painfully obvious when playing with the lower division leagues, where players fail to resemble their likeness at all, extending to players capped at International level who’ve been modeled in previous FIFA World Cup video games. FIFA 15 demonstrates the gulf widening in world football.

Understandably with an enormous player count, not all players can be accurately represented, but sometimes it feels like the developers aren’t even trying. It’s a shame, as an enormous amount of content has again been included, extending to a deep player roster, a record number of clubs, leagues and stadiums.

When applied correctly, the realism of the FIFA simulation is awe-inspiring. On the pitch, intricate commentary and bespoke banter between pundits and vocal crowds builds atmosphere. Big matches between rivals clubs feel passionate, special. Witnessing Lionel Messi’s in-game likeness as it glides up the pitch like a tiny Argentinian gazelle is proof EA Canada can build a true simulation that captures the living essence of The World Game.

The detailed emotion of football is captured beautifully in FIFA 15, with player facial expressions and the body language perfectly realised. You’ll witness the moment of ecstasy following a goal celebration, made all the better by the goal scorer’s panicked expressions which turn to anger, staring down a linesman. The technical capabilities of FIFA’s engine continue to improve and edge toward hyperrealism, and in doing so; cut corners become more apparent to fans.

Despite its shortcomings, this is the best FIFA experience in years. FIFA 15 wants everything to be big, bright and shiny. And for many people, that’s football. For others, they come to FIFA seeking an authentic simulation of football; attending a midweek match, hoping for promotion and fearing relegation.

At its worst, the disparity of FIFA 15’s attention to detail hurts the experience, and reminds us of its poor cousin PES; who lumps gorgeously crafted clubs (for which they hold the license) with also-ran poor imitations to make up the numbers. If you are going to own the FIFA license, EA, please do it justice.

The inherit problem with Fifa 15 xbox Coins is not every moment in football is a cup final. Often it is standing in the rain, watching the players you call by their first names at the tail end of 3-nil drubbing, knowing you’re going to do it all again next week. We can hope that next season, EA Canada continues to iterate, and strikes a balance between footballing glamour and realizing the beauty and passion of mid-table obscurity, because all football fans deserve the chance to experience a real simulation of the game we love.

The top 5 most overrated players in FIFA 14

One of the games of the year, FIFA Ultimate Team Coins, ranks the best players in the major leagues in the world. Gareth Bale, Luka Modric and David Silva are in the top 5 most overrated players in FIFA 14. In melty tell you why!

FIFA 14 is enshrined as one of the games of the year. It is the second best selling video game this September in our country only surpassed by GTA V, both available for PS3 and XboX 360. In melty and I had talked about the 5 players essential for your team in FIFA 14 are also incredibly cheap. Today we speak of the five most overrated players in FIFA 14, an exorbitant price for some qualities that you might find in other players may not be as well known and of course you can buy for a lot less money.

5. Nemanja Vidic ( 87 )

According to the classification of players on the FIFA 14 player of Manchester United, Nemanja Vidic ranked number 15 of the best players. But once we set aside our console command and look for some information about the player, we see that only played 31 games the past two seasons due to a chronic knee injury. This 31 year old footballer in reality not profitable.

4. Luka Modric ( 85 )

The Croatian has a rating of 85, but when we look at his work in this last season, we see that he scored only 3 goals in 33 games. Remember that became voted by Spanish media as one of the worst signings of the year with Alex Song at the club. FIFA 14 has compared the quality of the current Real Madrid player with the skills of players such as Andrea Pirlo and Cesc Fabregas.

3. DAVID SILVA ( 88 )

Some people think that Silva is a striker consistent qualities and others who believe that their qualities are just changing. The truth is that we always left Silva with brilliant plays, but he also knows a party pass unnoticed, like last season in which he scored 4 goals in 33 appearances on the pitch with Manchester City.

2. GARETH BALE ( 87 )

No one is surprised that the white team count with 8 players in the top 50 of the best players according to FIFA 14 Cristiano Ronaldo as the second best player right after Lionel Messi. There would be less with the signing of the season : Gareth Bale. It is true that the figures obtained Welsh last season endorse a score of 87, scoring a whopping 26 goals, but currently, Bale is not in its best. The Real Madrid player suffers a chronic back injury, apparently quite similar to the hernia that left the white team to Higuain.

1. Franck Ribéry ( 90 )

The Bayern Munich FIFA 15 PS4 Coins player has made ​​a very good season last year, winning the Ligue Champions, the Super Cup and the Bundesliga. But the Frenchman has a score just 2 points behind second-best player by FIFA 14, Cristiano Ronaldo, and 3 less than the number 1 Messi. If this classification pass on to the real qualities of the players, the difference between Ronaldo and Messi can not be nearly the same as that between Ribery and Ribery and Ronaldo or Messi. Check out the five things melty not yet know of FIFA 14.

Argentina captain Lionel Messi won FIFA’s “Golden Ball

Argentina captain Lionel Messi won FIFA 14 Coins“Golden Ball” award as the best player of the World Cup after leading his team to Sunday’s final and Colombia’s James Rodriguez finished as the tournament’s top scorer with six goals.

Germany goalkeeper Manuel Neuer, who kept a clean sheet as his side beat Argentina 1-0 in extra time to claim their fourth World Cup, was awarded the “Golden Gloves” as the tournament’s top keeper.

Four-times world player of the year Messi had a quiet game by his standards on Sunday but was the driving force behind Argentina’s push to their first World Cup final since 1990.

He scored four of their six goals in the group stage, set up Angel di Maria’s winner in the last 16 against Switzerland and shouldered the burden of slotting home Argentina’s first penalty in their shootout win over the Netherlands in the semi-finals.

Messi also won four successive man-of-the-match awards against Bosnia, Iran, Argentina and Switzerland.

A despondent Messi took little consolation in the award.

“It’s a sad prize which I won, because we wanted to lift the World Cup trophy for Argentina.”

While some pundits thought Messi looked jaded after the group stage and did not influence his team as much, Argentina coach Alejandro Sabella said he was a deserving winner.

“I think Lionel reached the pantheon of the greats a while back,” Sabella told reporters. “Yes, I think he deserved it. He played a great World Cup to get us where he did.

“I think it’s very deserved.”

Germany forward Thomas Mueller was runner-up to Messi and Netherlands winger Arjen Robben was third.

Mueller also came runner-up behind Rodriquez for the Golden Boot award. The Germany forward finished with five goals, one behind the Colombian attacking midfielder.

France midfielder Paul Pogba was named young player of the tournament, while Colombia took the Fair Play award after receiving just five yellow cards in five matches in Brazil.

FIFA 15 PS4 Coins also praised their positive play and the behaviour of their players and officials. Messi sends a message of hope to fan

Messi sends a message of hope to FIFA 14 Coins fans of Argentine fans through Facebook, the striker will be two months out after hamstring injury. The FC Barcelona player has time to be at the highest level and be that striker who scored 50 goals in a year in a unique way.

The news spread through the social networks , worried Barça sent the message of encouragement to this end and returns through Facebook, one of the Athlete preferred network if available space on the agenda.

" As many of you know over the next few weeks I will be a full recovery with this new injury, for me it is a shame not to play with my computer right now ... Now the most important thing is to recover well enough to help my teammates and return all this love of my people in the best way I know, playing football. Thank you for FIFA 15 PS3 Coins your messages of support! "Says the message of Leo Messi through the social network Facebook. FIFA is finally available Windows Phone

FIFA Ultimate Team Coins with players, real teams and leagues, landed on Nokia Lumia and Windows Phone devices with, for the first time, commentary in Italian, English, French, German, and Spanish. Starting today, you can live anywhere in the emotion of each step , shooting, and contrast with the new touch controls and have fun with 20 Xbox LIVE Achievements, the multiplayer game modes and challenges played in 34 different stages.

The famous soccer game FIFA is finally available Windows Phone , which is more free . Gambling integrates well an integrated procurement system, allowing for microtransactions as on consoles.

Interestingly the option "children's world" in Windows Phone 8 will disable system transaction, thereby avoiding the younger or older children (as our editor Semik), empty their bank accounts to buy virtual players .

Regarding the content of the Fifa 15 xbox one Coins game, that has 34 championships, 600 licensed teams and more than 16,000 players. Ligue 1 in La Liga, among others. Enough to occupy the subway, the bus or other unusual places.

Microsoft raises Xbox 360 price in India

The world’s a big FIFA 14 Coins place. Do you know how much water there is on Earth? 326 million trillion gallons. That is a real number. When written out, there are 18 zeroes. That is so much water that, when you try to picture it, you go from thirsty, to having to pee, to dehydrated, back to thirsty in the span of about 15 seconds. No mind is powerful enough to contain that magnitude, so it’s best to distract yourself. Turn away from the torrent of life giving liquid and consider video games. There aren’t 326 million trillion games out there, but there are far more than you might be familiar with as a resident of the United States. That’s why there’s Jetsetter.

Welcome back to Jetsetter, Digital Trends’ weekly look at the International video game scene. From retro gaming’s homeland Japan to the quickly growing gaming market of India, we look at what’s happening in the electronic entertainment world beyond the boundaries of this fine country.

* Microsoft raises Xbox 360 price in India.

The rash of steep price hikes for console and PC games continue in India. In July, Electronic Arts’ publishing partners in the region raised FIFA 13 prices 80 percent. Just last week Sony raised Indian prices on most of its first-party titles. This week though, Microsoft took an unprecedented step and actually raised the price of the Xbox 360, 6 years after it was released in the country. The 250 GB console was raised to Rs 24,990 from 21,990, a jump from around $396 to $450. The 4GB console rose to Rs 15,990 ($288) from 14,990 ($270). The weakening Rupee is credited as being responsible for the price hike trend.

Tetsuya Miziguchi and his Tokyo studio Q? Entertainment are known more for dropping fat beats in games like Rez and Lumines than they are for intriguing technology. (Although the Rez “Trance Vibrator” certainly fits in that category.) Its latest game Guardian Hearts Online also fits the bill though. Q? is making two versions of Guardian Hearts, one for PS Vita and one for Google Android phones. If you’re playing on Vita though, you can team up with players using Samsung Galaxy phones as well as with other Vita players. The Android version of Guardian Hearts Online is already on Google Play, but is region locked on most phones.

The Nintendo DS redefined the video PS4 FIFA Coins game market in Japan, marking the populace’s transition from PlayStation and PlayStation 2 owners to portable players. As of 2009, 1 in 5 Japanese citizens owned a DS. Now that’s a successful machine. How’s the Nintendo 3DS doing though? Not too shabby. After 18 months, Nintendo has sold 7 million 3DSs in Japan. By comparison, it took Nintendo about that long to sell 10 million DSs around the world. Good on you, 3DS. FIFA 15 Ultimate Team app review results

It doesn’t matter if you’re a Man Utd, Tottenham, or Arsenal fan you’re likely to be united in one aspect. If you love football then there’s a strong likelihood you’re also enjoying the new FIFA 15 game. We’ve been bringing readers news on the mobile apps and now have results from a Fut 14 Coins app review.

The above app for Android and iPhone has now been available for just long enough to get some first appraisals in, and it’s interesting to see how the game fares now that it focuses on one particular game mode, namely Ultimate Team. We came across a good review that will give you an idea of how the game is rated.

The free FIFA 15 UT app was played on the iPhone 6 Plus for the purpose of this review, and from the start players get packs to open (see Radamel Falcao opening here) and get to design their squads. The review goes on to give more of an idea of what the game offers and star ratings out of 5 were awarded for various aspects.

Graphics and sound was given 4 stars, while gameplay scored 3.5. Playtime was awarded 4 stars, with replay value also on 4. The ultimate overall rating was 4/5, so pretty impressive. The reviewer’s verdict is that the app offers enough to satisfy football fans, but it’s also felt that there’s still something missing. You can see the review in its entirety at here. The above screenshot shows John Terry and other Chelsea players in a match against Spurs.

You might also like to see a video review we recently shared of fifa xbox coins played on the Samsung Galaxy Alpha, or an 8-part video collection of Android gameplay. Are you already playing the FIFA 15 Ultimate Team app for Android or iOS? If so, what do you think of the experience so far? Fiorentina took control of UEFA Europa League

Fiorentina took control of FIFA 14 Coins UEFA Europa League Group K with a 3-0 away win at Dinamo Minsk.

La Viola, who had beaten French side Guingamp on the first matchday, went ahead through Alberto Aquilani in the 33rd minute and second-half goals from Josip Ilicic in the 61st minute and Federico Bernardeschi in the 67th minute secured a comfortable victory. Guingamp beat PAOK Salonika 2-0 at home with two goals in three minutes at the start of the second half from Sylvain Marveaux.

Legia Warsaw maintained their 100 per cent start to Group L with a battling 1-0 away win at Trabzonspor, secured through a first-half goal from Michal Kucharczyk in the 17th minute. The other match saw Lokeren defeat Metalist Kharkiv 1-0, Nill De Pauw getting the winner on 74 minutes.

In Group G, it needed a stoppage-time equaliser from substitute Stephane Mbia to earn Europa League holders Sevilla a 2-2 draw at Rijeka. Iago Aspas put the Spaniards ahead in the 26th minute, but they were down to ten men five minutes into the second half when Timothee Kolodziejczak was shown a straight red for a foul on Andrej Kramaric, who converted the resulting penalty. Zoran Kvrzic looked to have won it for the Croatians in the 66th minute, only for Mbia to sweep in an equaliser during added time.

In Rotterdam, Elvis Manu hit a late winner as Feyenoord beat Standard Liege 2-1 in Rotterdam. Defender Sven Van Beek headed the hosts in front at the start of the second half, only for Jonathan Viera to equalise on 63 minutes before Manu snatched victory with three minutes left.

Napoli won 2-0 away at Slovan Bratislava to record a second straight win in Group I with goals from Marek Hamsik in the 35th minute and substitute Gonzalo Higuain in the 74th minute. Sparta Prague beat Young Boys 3-1 at home, helped by a brace from David Lafata, while Yury Zhirkov scored deep in stoppage time to give Dinamo Moscow a 1-0 win over PSV Eindhoven.

In Group J, Dynamo Kiev made it two succesive European wins as they beat Steaua Bucharest 3-1 at the NSC Olimpiyskiy Stadium, while Danish champions AaB defeated Portuguese side Rio Ave 1-0 at home.

Both of the FIFA 14 PS4 Coins matches in Group H finished 1-1. Samuel Eto'o scored a late equaliser for Everton at Krasnodar, while Wolfsburg were held at home by Lille.

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FIFA 15 in the offices of eGamers performing

The 'fiferos' Bogota were measured in a tournament and met the FIFA 15 Coins PlayStation Virtual League Colombia.

On September 23 we celebrate the arrival of FIFA 15 in the offices of eGamers performing the first face tournament that brought together some of the best gamers in Bogota.

Close games, goals and emotions. Something that is always present with each installment of FIFA and the players were able to experience firsthand thanks to PlayStation 4.

At the end of the day, Juan Ortiz won the title and took home a PS Vita. The podium was completed Andres Romero and Marco Sierra.

In addition to this, the PlayStation Colombia Virtual League, a competition that delivers up to 10 million FIFA 14 PS4 Coins dollars in prizes will be presented.