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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 906d ago | review

My XBL: FIFA’13 Review

My XBL: Whichever generation console ‘FIFA’ has been played on, in most cases it normally stands out from the vast majority of football games. So since ‘FIFA’ first made its appearance on the 360 with the incredibly dodgy ‘FIFA 06: Road to FIFA World Cup’, it has been making very steady improvements with each installment and this especially applies to its visuals. This improvement has been more notable since FIFA’11 (which just so happened to be title which convinced me to switch allegiance from the other top football game) and as we come into FIFA’13, for me the visuals have certainly reached their peak. (FIFA 13, Xbox 360) 91/100

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