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Submitted by Lucario 1164d ago | review

Diehard GameFAN: FIFA '13 (WIi U) Review

DHGF: FIFA ’13 for the Wii U isn’t the best rendition of this year’s release for the story franchise, but it’s still quite good. The game looks great, the audio is wonderful and there are more teams, modes and stadiums than ever before. About the only downside is the very dim A.I. (even on the highest difficulty) and the fact the touch screen controls aren’t very good. Everything else about the game is quite enjoyable and Wii U owners that enjoy a rousing game of digital football should be quite happy with this. If you really want a soccer game with touch screen controls, you’ll find the Vita version does them better, but FIFA ’13 is still one of the better launch titles for the Wii U. (FIFA 13, Wii U) -

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