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Submitted by SactoGamer 1084d ago | interview

EA's Prior talks FIFA 13 and Wii U

The release of the Wii U (Nintendo's next home video game console) looms; as does the list of its launch titles. Much to the delight of many sports video game fans, EA Sports' FIFA 13 will be among those titles. Matt Prior, Line Producer on the game, speculates that the Wii U version will give a gameplay experience superior to that of the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. (FIFA 13, Matt Prior, Wii U)

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Tuxmask55  +   1084d ago
I don't know about other people, but I think I will like the tablet controls for FIFA 13.
Darukain  +   1084d ago
kinda awesome that you don't need the T.V to play.
GoldenGamer  +   1083d ago
So I'm guessing the Wii-U is coming out within the next 3-6 months otherwise this game becomes pointless?
SactoGamer  +   1083d ago
That would somewhat narrow things down, doesn't it?

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