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Submitted by griffyth 845d ago | review

FIFA 13 Review | GameFob.com

FIFA is the kind of game that can break cultural barriers, not because of its sales or its fan base, but because the sport of soccer (futbol, football) is the biggest sport in the world. Every four years the world comes together to witness soccer legends as they represent their countries, allowing fans of all nations big and small swell with pride at the World Cup. It’s one of the few sports that truly conveys international competition. In order to share in the emotion this brings with it, EA Sports has a tall order to fill every year to ensure fans continue enjoying their FIFA experience. (FIFA 13, PS3, Xbox 360) 9.5/10

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