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Building an Ultimate Team in fifa 15 is an addictive challenge

I am a devoted Manchester United fan, and although it’s been a turbulent season and a bit, there are two painfully apparent differences in the team. One, they look amazing in attack and have an abundance of choice. It looks beautiful the way they pass and dribble the ball and in turn, creates a lot of excitement. Then there is the atrocious defending, which has seemingly gone out the window. It is the closest you can come to describing FIFA 15, Beautiful in attack, shocking in defence. Sure, it’s still early days and there’s obviously a warming period to learn all the new tricks and mechanics.

Players can nod the ball. No more botched counter-attacks from waiting for passes to drop to knee-height before taking a touch. The first time you see a player do it you may actually quiver with joy. Notice how many times the word ‘real’ was used in describing all that. It’s what FIFA fans have been clamouring for, and it’s just what’s been delivered. The same can be said of the ball physics.

Gameplay-wise, FIFA 15 is pretty much similar to past incarnations, with an odd mix of realistic-yet-arcadey controls, and plenty of ways to tweak things to your liking. With a huge number of assists that can be turned on, to have the computer give take over when it comes to judging shot and pass power, or even helping with your aim, things are fairly easy for novices to pick up and play, but it'd still be nice if there was a tutorial to help new players find their footing. For new players, it still all feels like a step back since the heady days of FIFA 11 on the Wii.

I don't follow football that closely, but building an Ultimate Team is an addictive challenge. While I don't know most of the players, it's all about balancing the overall skills of the team with chemistry. You also need to keep a close eye on the budget. You can buy players with coins and you earn coins by winning matches. You can also earn coins by simply trading in the Transfer Market. You can do this by buying low and selling high. You can also spend real money to get more coins, but that can get very expensive.

Player and Manager careers, the two main offline gameplay modes, remain fairly unchanged. Player career in particular has little new of note, as you once again create a player or use an existing one and then hope to take your club and maybe even national team to glory. Playing as a manager, the glory ambition is much the same, but of course you are fully in control of the club and all players. A new system of Team Sheets (which also lends itself to other modes) lets players customize their lineup more than ever before.
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