New FIFA 15 Trailer Brings Emotion to the World’s Game

GoodGameBro writes, "Whether you call the sport soccer or football, one thing exemplified by the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil over the last month has been that the sport can be an intensely emotional experience. Whether it’s the incredible high of scoring a game-winning goal in stoppage time on the world stage, or the disastrous low of losing big on home soil with a chance to punch your ticket to the final, the game can be an emotional rollercoaster from one end of the pitch to the next.

FIFA 15 is looking to capture this emotion and intensity through providing more opportunities for players in the game to react over the course of the game, as displayed by the new trailer."

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SteamPowered1557d ago

Emotions are so high even the Ref just faked an injury in dramatic fashion.

hay1557d ago (Edited 1557d ago )

FIFA 15 emotions are almost as good as Japanese buttbot Shiri.

chrissx1557d ago

Does that mean balotelli can kung fu kick a player now and suarez can bite?

toddybad1557d ago

Rather they sent their time making the character models as good as NBA 2K14.....
Oh and fixing all the awful referring, stupid offsides, scripted matches etc that blighted FIFA 14.Never before has a game made me so angry so often.

Masta Kaos1557d ago

How many Leagues are on the NBA 2K14 compare to Football games ???

1nsomniac1557d ago

The scripting is the worst thing about FIFA, it drives me to the point where I just don't want to play it!

SniperControl1557d ago

I hated the fact that when 1-0 up with 10 mins to go, an average player on the opposing team would suddenly have all the attributes of Ronaldo, Messi, Best, Cruyff and Pele rolled into one and go on a mazy mesmorising run, beating 5 internationals with ease, before cracking a effort past a dazed and stranded keeps.

That really pi55ed me off.

pompombrum1557d ago

Screw that, how about realistic grass instead /s

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