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The moment that soccer and video games fans have been waiting for is coming closer and closer. On September 28 ‘FIFA 2013′ will be released, and players will have the chance once again to enjoy the ultimate soccer experience. The time when you become an international player of your national team, or when you win the Champions League with your local team is about to come.
As is true with any other remake, there will be a graphic evolution in ‘FIFA 2013.’ There is a greater inclusion of animations, more recognizable faces within the players, news stadiums, and commentators say even more phrases.
‘FIFA 13′ takes everything ever advanced in the past and expands, corrects, and evolves it. Therefore, the new version is not very different from FIFA 12, but the players will find a good host of new features.
The basis of all of these features will be the search for extreme realism: soccer’s constant unpredictability and uncertainty as well as the humanity that emerges in a field with 22 minds and bodies facing different teams.
Nothing is predictable in ‘FIFA 13′, where the computer will give surprises with consistent, creative and clever games styles. Then the development of the game and how the opponents play will be unclear during the 90 minutes.
The search for better graphics in video games has also given a step forward in this new version. Now players are more likely to hurt themselves, get more tired, do tactics that take into account the position and status of other peers, and do more realistic movements when shooting or receiving the ball.
One of ‘FIFA 13′s’ new features is called the Skill Games. It will consist of 32 challenges divided into 8 categories, which will assist the player in perfecting their technique and learning how to perform the best in every situation. Players will also have the chance to challenge other users around the world with their scores.
These tests would be meaningless in old FIFA’s, but the revised 2013 one contains a hyper behavior of the players’ bodies which gives variations of difficulty and challenges in each minigame, and can be based on various types of challenges and chutes, bargaining, defense, positions, passes or tactics.
The four tests for each category results in scoring goals from a distance, and completing a circuit without losing the ball. Holding the ball, passing it to the other players without being removed from rivals, and defending the goal from a corner all result in different scores. All of the experience gained in these tests serves not only to allow the gamer to play better, but also to improve the information of the players and to leave marks online. These are tests that will be taught to even the most FIFA assiduous players.
‘FIFA 13′ has once again expanded its Career Mode, which now includes national teams that play international tournaments. More leagues, such as the Argentinian, Turkish or Ukranian ones, have also been include into the game, so the time to play big tournaments with River or Boca has already come.
Moreover, manager management has also improved since it is going to host some FIFA manager features that so far have never been in a FIFA annual version. Features such as the transactions of players, stats, morality, new signings and even player’s loans from other teams to gain experience while they are in the bench, make this the most complete version to date.
Are you ready for the FIFA challenge? Although the game will not be released until end of September, there is a demo version currently available for the PC, so the most addicted players can already start testing this new FIFA version.