FIFA 16 Reviews Round up|
It’s another great year for FIFA and this year’s FIFA 16 has seen some of the many changes and additions to the game experience. The game now includes in Draft mode for FUT, an overhauled passing system, and some tweaks to defending.
Take a look below at what the critics say about FIFA 16:
IGN – 7.8/10
“The complete package is as substantial as ever, and those who’ve acclimatised to FIFA’s play style in recent years will likely consider it good enough”.
Game Informer — 8.75
“I had a lot of fun playing with the women’s national teams, but it’s limited to a one-off tourney. Regardless, developer EA Canada’s creation of new player models pays off in how the players feel and move on the pitch, which helps it feel unique”.
Digital Spy — 4/5
“FIFA 16 is undoubtedly an impressive beast of a game that’s stuffed with official leagues and licenses, game modes and other little touches that add flavour to the match day experience”.
GameSpot — 9/10
“FIFA needed a year like this. Without serious competition from Konami’s PES in the past few years (until now), and with Ultimate Team keeping players playing and paying all year round, there’s been no pressing motivation to ring the changes”.
Polygon — 9/10
“I rarely cheer my players in any other sports title because it’s like laughing at your own joke.”
The Guardian — 5/5
“What isn’t in doubt is that EA’s game offers the superior package. Ultimate Team, career mode, online seasons, female players, dozens of leagues and hundreds of teams all with weekly line-up updates, bespoke overlays for Premier League and Bundesliga matches … the feature list goes on”.