When will EA recognize the problem they had with delay in FIFA 11 Pro Clubs and send resources to start fixing it.
Naa u can expect them tove some thing pending. they need to release fifa 12 13 14 ..... 20 too seriously why do people buy fifa year on year.
For the same reasons people buy NHL/NFL/Baseball/Golf/Boxing/W We/90% of the games on the market. Because they are actually enjoyed by people and people want the latest addition with all the updated squads/kits/leagues and whatever gameplay additions, along with whatever added online and offline features that are added Thats why...i think But i do doubt that alot of the issues will be fixed. Manager Mode, for instance, is a mess. How hard can it be to actually do something similar to the PES Master League mode? I was addicted to that in early PES games
Absolutely. And Fifa 15 will fix the issues of Fifa XIII... Oh and maybe we'll get a patch 4months down the road! Or...$15 expansion fee for acessorizing our footballers...hmph.
There's atleast a 2 second delay when I play online. But no Fifa 12 for me. Maybe Fifa 13 or PES 13
...EA is planning on changing the gameplay and rules, to make it less boring. :o
"Will FIFA 12 be able to Fix the Issues from FIFA 11?" They'll fix some and introduce a whole host of new ones, it's what they do every year. As someone said above "they need to release fifa 12 13 14 .....". They've probably already started fixing some of FIFA 12s issues for FIFA 13s release. Football games have really dissapointed me this gen. We need some new ideas instead of the usual yearly updates. The Wii version of PES was a step in the right direction and I can't understand for the life of me why Konami have not used the Move in the same way for the PS3 version. PES is struggling these days therefore there's never been a better time to take some risks and possibly revolutionise the football genre otherwise it's just going to deteriorate further each year until it is dropped altogether.
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