Friday, May 05, 2017

FiFA mobile full game review



  • FIFA Mobile is available on Android, iOS and Windows Phone
  • The game is free-to-play, with in-app purchases
  • New features include Attack Mode, Plans, and Leagues
As a studio, EA Sports has more or less perfected the recipe for a great football game on consoles and PCs. But it has been a very different story on mobile devices. What was once a straight console port turned into an Ultimate Team-only thing in recent years, and both approaches failed to impress players. So this year, we have the – a departure from the year moniker attached to its big brother, FIFA 17.

While the mobile edition retains FIFA 17's new brand ambassadors – you will see Borussia Dortmund’s Marco Reus, Real Madrid’s James Rodriguez, Chelsea’s Eden Hazard, and Manchester United’s Anthony Martial here and there – that’s where the similarities end. FIFA Mobile is a complete rewrite of the EA Sports FIFA brand, in much the same way that the game developers decided to reboot Madden NFL Mobile.

Put the two alongside each other and it immediately becomes obvious where the UI and UX for FIFA Mobile has been lifted from. And this inspiration continues into the gameplay. There are three new mobile-exclusive features in the touch-based FIFA, and not one of them have anything to do with what you’d associate with a regular football match.

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