Posts Tagged ‘fifa’

FIFA 15 Gets E3 2014 Trailer, Is Balls

By Graham Smith on June 10th, 2014.

FIFA 15 is a game that I will definitely play. The latest entry in EA’s endless foot-to-ball series will bring the PC version in-line with the next-gen console releases, finally giving us the new physics and graphics engine that console players received last year. It’ll also bring one of E3′s most hyperbolic trailers, which is embedded below alongside a thousand whiny complaints from me.

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Goldenballs To Go: Browser FIFA Too

By Alec Meer on February 1st, 2010.

EA are bloody up to something. Something that might just involve seizing back a prime cut of PC gaming rump. Browser Tiger Woods, browser Ultima fan-baiting and, soon browser FIFA. The next time you hear someone say that the major publishers don’t care about PC gaming anymore, tell ‘em about this sinister-but-exciting plan.
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Foot-to-Ball Demonstration Availability

By John Walker on September 3rd, 2007.

We understand that some of our readers are fond of a sport called Foot-to-Ball, played by young men with fashionable haircuts and uncomplicated wives. Part of its underground popularity has been fueled by the long-running rendition of the sport in videogamingvision by a small, independent company know as Electronic Arts.

The use of hands is forbidden. Hence the name.

Rumour has it that there is to be a new iteration of the game this year, which with forward thinking is titled “Fifa 08″. It will once more recreate the simple rules of this Sunday afternoon activity, even going so far as to find out the names of those who have signed up as members of the various teams, and including them as a kind nod to the dedicated.

If this is all too much of a muddle, perhaps you might like to have a brief sample of it all in the form of a Demonstration Download, available from Electronic Arts’ website here.

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