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Submitted by Muazimus-Prime 557d ago | review

FIFA 14 Review – Golden Boot |Twinfinite

Muaz from Twinfinite writes: "Another year, another installment of the FIFA franchise. Fortunately, unlike other yearly releases, every year EA Canada seems to find a way to make each game better than the last. FIFA 14 is no exception. Most (99% would not be an off estimate) of the legacy issues are taken care of, and the issues that are evident, I’ve only noticed them once or twice in my hours of playing. Haters of sports games will be quick to object and cut in with their complaints of “FIFA 14? Oh you mean Roster Update 14?” Enough about the game has been changed to where its easily tangible to even the most thick-headed gamer." (3DS, FIFA 14, iPad, iPhone, PC, PS Vita, PS2, PS3, PSP, Wii, Xbox 360) 4/5

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