FIFA 13 has been out for a few months now, but its growth doesn’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon. Hailed as the greatest football game ever, it’s hard to argue or disagree with some of the world’s footballing superstars when they say that they love it.
Perhaps the most outstanding feature of FIFA 13, and something which is incredibly enhanced in this version compared to FIFA 12, is the way you can enjoy realistic gameplay with FIFA 13.
What do we mean by realistic gameplay? Well, the world’s top players have been replicated almost exactly, and by replicated we mean everything from their appearance, to the way the run, even to the way they pass and shoot. Compare Ronaldo’s free kick run-up with Pirlo’s, and you’ll see what we mean.
Indeed, this makes it an incredible delight to play. For the purposes of explanation and accessibility, we’ll use Ronaldo and Messi as examples (although Van Persie’s devastating finishing, Rooney’s stamina and strength, Walcott’s speed, and Pirlo’s vision and passing are features that are replicated literally exactly).
So, the noticeable differences between Ronaldo and Messi are clear-cut. Ronaldo’s main strengths are speed, strength, and shot power, along with his free kicks. You can instantly tell that Ronaldo is best suited to running at defenders with pace, and blasting the ball in the net. However, Messi is quite different. Messi prefers a close-control dribbling game, with speed and precise finishing his strengths. It really is quite something to see and play. The only thing that’s missing is their wonderful diving abilities!
At the end of the day, FIFA 13 is absolutely outstanding, and never gets boring. With plenty of game modes, and the fact that every match feels different, you’ll find it hard to stop playing. It only makes it better when every player, every team is completely different too, because the depth is so fun to explore.
To round things up, we’d like to remind you of the FIFA 13 pro footballers tournament that was played when the game first came out. Top Premiership stars, such as Joe Hart, Ashley Young, and Micah Richards, all came to see who was the best at FIFA. The most surprising thing about this though wasn’t the fact that they were all so good at the game, but the fact that Newcastle’s Jose Enrique came out on top! Yes, although he is struggling to get in Newcastle’s first team, Enrique is, undoubtedly, the best professional FIFA player in the country.
All players are able to enjoy realistic gameplay with FIFA 13, and we have no doubts that it’ll keep on being played around the world for the foreseeable future.