Sports 29 September 2017
The game is another installment in the FIFA series. Electronic Arts introduced a lot of important changes in this follow-up, which will probably constitute a real treat for all the fans of virtual soccer. What is especially noticeable, is the introduction of the Real Players Motion technology that governs the appearances, animations and behavior of the in-game footballers. Although this technology encompasses mainly top players, the less-known footballers also behave in a more realistic manner, as the new system takes different factors into account, such as a footballer's height. The game brings a continuation to a story campaign from FIFA 17, embodied here by The Journey: Hunter Returns. FIFA 18 also brings a remodeled system of transfers in the career. The player is now capable of negotiating with clubs and particular footballers on their own. The FIFA Ultimate Team mode brings the Icon cards, representing legendary footballers. All of this is complemented by the use of the Frostbite engine, which mainly powers the cut-scenes displayed both in The Journey mode and the regular career component.
Sports 11 October 2016
A mobile version of the most popular football game series, developed by EA Mobile. Compared to the original, the gameplay was adapted to the specifics of mobile devices, which called for some simplification. It's dynamic and arcade-like, although it also features a range of options, which allow you to manage your team and choose the right strategy. The game also features a special game mode called Attack Mode, in which you participate in a few-minutes-long matches and focus on attacking the opponent's goal. Additionally, FIFA mobile includes minigames, referencing the real-life current football events. You can start your own league, compete in online rankings with other teams, and build your team according to the Ultimate Team mode. The game utilizes the free-to-play mode with optional microtransactions, and the official license allowed for implementing 30 leagues, 650 teams and over 17000 players.
Sports 27 September 2016
Another installment of the leading sports game series by EA Sports, featuring a great many licensed national teams and top-league football clubs. Apart from the well-known elements of the franchise and a wide range of varied singleplayer and multiplayer modes, FIFA 17 is the first game in the series to also feature a story campaign, called “The Journey.” In this mode, you play as Alex Hunter, a young footballer starting his career in the Premier League, and your task – apart from playing the matches – is to participate in many side activities. Mechanics-wise, the creators focused on polishing such aspects of the gameplay as offensive techniques, set pieces, physical clashes, and the opponents' AI. An important novelty is also the fact that FIFA 17 is the first game in the franchise to utilize the esteemed Frostbite engine, known from e.g. the Battlefield series.
Sports 22 September 2015
Another installment in one of the longest and most popular football video game series, whose consecutive parts has been developed by EA Sports Studios ceaselessly for over 20 years. As always, the game lets you pick your favorite national team or club from one of the world’s most renowned leagues. Exciting challenges await you across many game modes in both single and multiplayer. Aside from recurring classic solutions and refined audiovisuals, one of the most interesting additions in FIFA 16 are women’s football teams. Their number may not be very impressive, as there are only 12 women's national teams, and women cannot compete with men. However, just as their male counterparts, female players are faithfully recreated, both in terms of appearance and their characteristic play styles.
FIFA 16 Ultimate Team
Sports 22 September 2015
Another installment in the highly-popular football game series developed by EA Romania with mobile devices in mind. The production focuses on the Ultimate Team mode, enabling us to build our dream team, whose players we chose from over 10 thousand licensed footballers from over 500 football clubs of 30 leagues from all around the world. Players’ tasks include devising tactics, formations, and initial team composition as well as taking active part in matches or simply watching them. FIFA 16 Ultimate Team features a new match engine which enabled the developers to implement control over the events in a match with both gestures and virtual buttons. Moreover, the artificial intelligence was enhanced, the quality of graphics and animation was improved, and the characteristic celebrating after a footballer scores a goal was implemented. Contrary to its predecessor, the player can trade footballers and collectible cards.
Sports 23 September 2014
Another edition of a popular soccer game series, whose consecutive installments have been appearing yearly for over two decades, developed a Canadian giant and its subsidiary EA Sports. Traditionally, the game offers a full spectrum of single and multiplayer modes, including Be a Pro and the Tournaments returning after an absence in previous iterations. The new edition is more dynamic than its predecessor and brings about a wide array of changes, such as improved AI, new tactical options, and more freedom in the set pieces. Since FIFA 15 is the first game in the series released on the eight generation consoles and powered by the advanced Ignite engine, the most visible changes are related to the graphics. The ones standing out are remodeled players, accurately imitating profiles and faces of their real-life counterparts. Players react properly to the situation on the pitch, argue with the referee, or scuffle with opponents.
FIFA 15 Ultimate Team
Sports 19 September 2014
A simplified version of EA's popular football game for mobile devices, focusing on the Ultimate Team mode, which is well known from the full-length versions of the Ultimate Team series. The aim of the game is to lead to success a self-created team of stars by playing matches, establishing tactics and carrying out transfers. As the game progresses, we gain new sets of special collector cards, symbolizing better and better players, as well as staff, trainings, new outfits and stadiums.
2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil
Sports 15 April 2014
Sports simulation of football games, released on the occasion of the World Cup in Brazil. 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil is a spin-off of the FIFA series and is based on solutions borrowed from FIFA 14. Players have the opportunity to manage 203 national teams that compete for the most valuable football trophy - the World Cup. The official FIFA license allowed EA Canada developers to use authentic player names and carefully recreate the look of the 12 stadiums that host the Brazilian World Cup matches.
Sports 23 September 2013
A soccer simulation game, and the 21st installment in the FIFA series. The game was created by EA Canada development studio. As always, you can control players from your favorite teams in matches against living opponents or computer AI. FIFA 14's data base contains 15 thousand footballers from several dozen leagues from all over the world. As compared with the previous FIFA games, FIFA 14 brings about some crucial changes to gameplay mechanics, including improved ball physics. Furthermore, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions employ a new game engine, called Ignite (used also in Madden NFL 25), that ensures high quality graphics.
Sports 25 September 2012
Produced by EA Canada, the game is the next instalment of the FIFA series. In keeping with the series' tradition, players have the opportunity to manage their favourite football teams from dozens of major leagues around the world, as well as national teams. The official license from FIFA (the Fédération Internationale de Football Association) allows players to use authentic player names, club colours and tournament names. The gameplay in FIFA 13 is based on proven solutions.
Sports 28 September 2010
Another installment in the soccer game series by EA Sports. Compared to its predecessor, FIFA 11 features many improvements. One of the biggest novelties is the Personality Plus system, which reflects the player's distinct characteristics in the pitch, making the difference between soccer stars and other players more apparent. The goalkeepers' behavior was also improved, as they estimate the ball's trajectory more realistically now and can be fooled by ricocheting during free kicks. Other improvements include upgraded animations of the players, i.e. during the goal celebration. FIFA 11 allows you to lead your team to victory in a single match or in a campaign-like manager mode. The game also features the Be A Pro mode, in which you take on the role of a given player and develop his skills. You can also compete against others in the online mode.
2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa
Sports 27 April 2010
A special edition of the popular football series dedicated to the 19th World Cup in South Africa. The creators reproduced faithfully all the stadiums and teams participating in this prestigious competition, thanks to which we can lead 199 national teams to victory. There was also an option to play the championship in the network.
Sports 02 October 2009
FIFA 10 is another part of the famous football simulator, produced by EA Sports. Again, we have the opportunity to play the famous players on the pitch of the world's most famous stadiums. Compared to the previous part, player behaviour, artificial intelligence, and new tactical development possibilities have been added. In addition, multiplayer mode has been improved and enriched with additional protection in online gameplay.
Sports 03 October 2008
FIFA 09 is the next installment of a series of football simulations, placed next to Pro Evolution Soccer at the forefront of sports games. There is a Canadian EA Sports studio behind the creation of the product, and the title is present on as many as seven platforms.
Sports 28 September 2007
FIFA 08 is the next installment of the most popular, besides Pro Evolution Soccer, series of football games. The game was created by EA Sports, a Canadian studio, and is the fifteenth part of a series that has been released continuously since the mid-1990s.
FIFA 06: Road to World Cup
Sports 16 November 2005
FIFA 06: Road to World Cup is a special version of another game that belongs to one of the most popular series of virtual football simulations. As the name suggests, the main theme of the product in question is the qualifiers for the 2006 World Cup in Germany.
FIFA World Cup 2002
Sports 24 April 2002
Special edition of one of the best football games prepared by EA Sports for the 2002 World Cup in Japan and Korea. The main changes that have been introduced in relation to the basic version are the inclusion of real places (stadiums) where matches will be played, the improvement in control and the introduction of public reaction to the successes achieved by our team.
Sports 15 October 2001
The next adaptation of the 2002 edition of the popular football simulation allows you to play in the most important leagues in the world and participate in the World Cup 2002 qualifiers. More than 75 licensed national teams and 16 leagues are available, including the English Premier League, the German Bundesliga, the Spanish Premier Division, the French LNF and the American Major League Soccer (MLS).
World Cup 98
Sports 24 May 1998
World Cup 98 is a football simulator prepared by EA Sports for the World Cup in France. Players have the opportunity to lead one of the 40 national teams (32 participating in the tournament and 8 that dropped out of the promotion bargain) to win the World Cup. The game is part of the FIFA series and uses many proven solutions in the game mechanics.
FIFA 98: Road to World Cup
Sports 17 June 1997
FIFA 98: Road to World Cup is a sports game created for football fans, which is another installment of the popular football cycle. Developers from EA Sports have prepared several fun variants, allowing players to participate in league, cup and international competitions. The game's visual setting contains references to the 1998 World Championships held in France.
FIFA Soccer 96
Sports 08 November 1995
FIFA Soccer 96 is the third installment of the highly acclaimed football cycle. The game was created by Extedend Play's development team and, unlike its predecessor, has a 3D graphics engine "Virtual Stadium". The title offers fun only in single player mode, but the creators of the game have foreseen several variants of struggle on virtual fields - from a quick match, through league games, and in tournaments involving national teams.
A free-to-play (with optional microtransactions) soccer game released as a spin-off to the FIFA series. This title was produced by EA Canada, an Electronic Arts subsidiary. It expands on the ideas from the popular FIFA Ultimate Team game mode. FIFA World lets players build their own soccer team based on football players cards won in tournaments or bought in the in-game store. Gameplay mechanics are similar to the major installments of the FIFA franchise with realistic soccer matches on virtual stadiums at the core. Players’ teams are grouped into leagues depending on their potential and scores. You can also compete against AI-controlled teams.
FIFA Soccer: Prime Stars
A soccer management game with RPG elements developed for mobile devices, and a spin-off of the popular FIFA series by Electronic Arts. FIFA Soccer: Prime Stars is a typical management game, whose mechanics have been greatly simplified, and the gameplay consists mostly of gathering and developing your team members. After recruiting the soccer players, you have to lead them through training sessions, which helps them develop their abilities and level up. The next step is planning out the strategies for the matches, which you can see thanks to a realistic 3D engine. Despite the low-budget feel and a typical free-to-play model, the game boasts official licenses by five leading European leagues, which means it includes real teams and team members of the 2015-2016 season.