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If you’re a big FIFA fan and were hoping for improvements for FIFA 14 over last years iteration. You’re going to be disappointed.
“FIFA 14 Legacy Edition delivers unmatched authenticity that reflects the current football season with updated kits and rosters but no updates to gameplay or game modes. It features 30 officially licensed leagues, 50 real-world tournaments, and 500 authentic clubs. Play traditional matches or free your game in epic 5-v-5 street matches with 3D effects. Play as a real-world superstar or re-create yourself. Optional touch screen controls deliver pin-point shooting and passing at your finger-tips,” stated a Nintendo press release.
This wouldn’t be the first time EA has provided little to no care when it consist to the Nintendo brand. EA did the same for FIFA 13 on Wii, which was nearly identical to FIFA 12. All things considering, they are at least updating updating with new kits and player transfers over their previous installments. So if you’ve been skipping over the last few iterations of the FIFA series, this might be a good time jump on board. This approach seems to be tied to not only the Nintendo 3DS but also the PlayStation Vita as well.
All version is still listed at full price in the UK: £39.99 on Vita, £34.99 on 3DS, £32.99 on Wii and £19.99 on the PS2. The FIFA 14 release date is set at September 24 in North America and September 27 for Europe.
Gaming After Hours Perspective:
It’s a shame that the portable side of FIFA doesn’t get the same care and attention as it’s big brothers. This sluggish approach is pointless and makes one wonder why EA even bothers to put the resources for the handheld market. Keep in mind that this isn’t Nintendo’s responsibility since they have no control over what EA does or does not do over the FIFA licences And before you say that the reason is, “money,” please consider another possibility.
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