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Submitted by GIZORAMA 456d ago | review

FIFA 14 Next-Gen Review | GIZORAMA

GIZORAMA - I have now spent an extensive amount of time with FIFA 14 on both the “last-gen” and “next-gen” consoles.

Player animations are much more varied in the next-gen version. When I was playing on the Xbox One, the experience felt more organic. What was most stunning about this seemingly subtle transition is just how subtle it was. The game now has such natural looking players, that it is a testament to the power of the next generation that I noticed at all. You see, when the behavior of the player matches my innate expectation for how a soccer player would act and appear in a given scenario, the really is a next-gen experience. I’ll elaborate. (FIFA 14, Xbox One) 5/5

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