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Submitted by GodisaGeek 786d ago | review

FIFA 13 Wii U Analysis | GodisaGeek

GodisaGeek: "FIFA 13 for Nintendo’s Wii U is a decent title, but there should be no surprise there, as we all know the last few FIFA titles have been pretty good. The additional features give the player new ways to experience FIFA, but thanks to the removal of some features and the engine not being up to par with the current competitor consoles, it feels yet again more of a blueprint for the next game. Let’s put it this way, if EA promise to ensure the next title is feature complete and on par with the other consoles, then the decision for which version we all buy next year might need to be a little more considered. As it stands though, the lack of Ultimate Team in exchange for the Wii U exclusive features will be a hard pill to swallow for people who already own FIFA 13, and EA really do need to get out of the habit of putting out games for new consoles that are current in name only." (FIFA 13, Wii U) -

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