|License:||Free to try|
|Op. System:||Windows XP/Vista/7|
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Editor's review FIFA 11
FIFA Soccer has had and still has a great string of ever improving games, be it graphics, realism, abilities and options available to your thumbs and fingers. The current version for 2014 is FIFA Soccer 15, or FIFA 15 for short. FIFA Soccer has a Demo version which is way for you to get use to the newness of the old features and to try out the new items of the new upcoming full-game version. With the demo you get only a few players to choose, one of them is the keeper. You get to play exhibition games and to configure the game with a limited set of options. The new features from the upcoming version are shown well in the demo, giving you a good opportunity to try out the new things. Of course, as is typical with new version of FIFA Soccer, there are often not too many improvements or outright new things. One of the areas that the developers of FIFA Soccer continue to improve on is the direct play, man to man. Soccer in real life is often a tough tussle by players within a few feet of each other. The realism of this type of direct action continues to be more real and have a better feel to it. Even when the players do not have actual control of the ball and are vying for control, the game has a great feel to it. Another area of steady improvement is the action or reactions of the goal keeper. Keepers were often fairly easy to beat, but FIFA Soccer is greatly improving the realism and abilities of keepers in the game.