Gadgets and Gizmos (India) - - LEVEL UP - ( Dis­trib­uted by Mile­stone In­ter­ac­tive)

Straight off the box, you

know you have a win­ner in your hands. FIFA, in all th­ese years has de­servedly earned for it­self a big fan-fol­low­ing. With FIFA 14, you'll have to

marginally adapt to a new style of play. FIFA 14's new move­ment sys­tem, slower

pace and fo­cus on the mid­field means that matches

can no longer be bounced from one end of the pitch to the other, thereby pre­vent­ing a few cheap goals. There is a new fea­ture for all those who like a rough tackle or a

lit­tle nudg­ing of the el­bow called 'Pro­tect the Ball'. It re­quires play­ers to use their

phys­i­cal strength to fight for or main­tain pos­ses­sion of the ball. The step-based sys­tem syn­chro­nises well with the all new ball physics in this game, al­low­ing for some spec­tac­u­lar ac­tion from curled lace shots to goal-dip­ping half-vol­leys. Shoot­ing feels bet­ter than ever, and when the per­fect shot comes off, you feel like a pleased man­ager of the club, cheer­ing on the team.

FIFA 14's a great game with stun­ning pre­sen­ta­tion and at­ten­tion to de­tail. The more con­vinc

ing sense of phys­i­cal­ity and

a lu­di­crously large num­ber of game modes may re­quire you to be a lit­tle more pa­tient with FIFA14, but that pa­tience is am­ply re­warded.

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