Great soundtrack as usual, but the same repetitive commentary. If I hear Tyler and Smith tell me how Ibrahimovich isn’t a team player again anytime soon, I might have a breakdown.
Okay, we’re nearly a year into the new generation now, and to be honest, we expected a little more. Sure, the presentation has a new lick of paint, but with realistic visuals, some of the animations fall into that uncanny valley range a little too often.
It’s not that the new FIFA is bad or takes some getting used to, but there’s some odd design choices that make the overall experience not as fluid as years gone by. The goalkeepers are either superhero-like or terrible and the shooting is as unnatural as it’s ever been. It’s easier though, so if you’re after an easier FIFA, this is it.
Same ol’ FIFA with few-to-no surprises. Couch and online play is still the way forward as always, especially with your own Ultimate Team, but nothing really new of note here.
Despite the lack of innovation and creativity, FIFA 15 still manages to deliver an okay list. It’s very much same old, same old, but with this being their 20-something'th FIFA achievement list, we have a little sympathy for them. Only a bit though.