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Submitted by s8anicslayer 834d ago | review

FIFA 14 Review: EA’s Behemoth Retains Title | GameFront

Reviewing a new FIFA game is like going to see a band you like, right after they’ve released a new album. Since you like the band already, you’ll probably enjoy the show. You’ll hear old songs you know and enjoy. But scattered throughout the set will be new, unfamiliar tunes — the audience won’t cheer as hard, or sing-along as loud. Familiarity will take time. Unless something goes drastically wrong, though, a new album will eventually feel like an essential part of the band’s catalog. (FIFA 14, PS3, Xbox 360) 86/100

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