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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 626d ago | review

Broken Joysticks: FIFA 13 Review

Broken Joysticks: FIFA 13 is a solid soccer game with lots of depth and the key to playing the game is to remember the old phrase that “there is no I in team.”

While that may seem like a silly thing to say when playing a single player game the game is much more satisfying and you will have more fun playing if you let the other game controlled players on your team take part in the defending.

Unless you’re a skilled FIFA pro and have hours and hours of game play under your belt, and aren’t a rookie such as myself, the skill and ball control of the computer opponents can deke right around your defender. (FIFA 13, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 8/10

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