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EA Sports 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil - PlayStation 3

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Platform: PlayStation 3
PlayStation 3
  • Experience all the fun, excitement, and drama of football's greatest event
  • Multiple improvements and innovations to the award-winning gameplay of FIFA 14, plus 100 new animations
  • Bring to life the world's greatest tournament by choosing from 203 National Teams in the deepest set of modes ever in a tournament title
  • Immerse yourself in the FIFA World Cup as you play in authentic Brazilian stadiums, and recognize the support of newly rendered crowds created to replicate the passion and pageantry of the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil

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Platform: PlayStation 3
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  • ASIN: B00I9UVY30
  • Product Dimensions: 6.9 x 5.5 x 0.3 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: April 15, 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (160 customer reviews)
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Platform: PlayStation 3

Gameplay improvements from fifa 14 include dribbling, an increased accuracy in passing and first-touch mechanics. The game will feature road to the fifa world cup, a mode where players can choose from 203 national teams and play through qualification and the actual fifa world cup.

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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3
I own every EA FIFA World Cup title since World Cup '98 and have looked forward to the EA Games quadrennial release ever since. I purchased 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil right in the middle of the actual World Cup and unfortunately so far I am severely disappointed with the product EA has released.


Before I get into that though, you should know a few more things about this game. If you've played FIFA 2014 then you'll likely be very familiar with 2014 World Cup. This game borrows all major gameplay elements directly from FIFA 2014. Personally I really enjoyed FIFA 2014 though based on many reviews I've read that titles reception was quite mixed.

The major element of change for 2014 World Cup is of course the venue and the emphasis on national teams over club teams. EA has always done a good job with capturing the spirit of the world cup and the spectacle that surrounds each game. That remains intact in 2014 FIFA World Cup. Each game features a full introduction as you'd expect in a real World Cup game - including the players marching out onto the field, the playing of national anthems, etc. Big games (and the final) feature team and player celebrations, fireworks, confetti and all the celebratory aspects surrounding the biggest spectacle in sports. All is well in this regard of the game.

Many reviews have commented on how much more difficult 2014 World Cup is than the standard FIFA 2014 game. I think that there is definitely a higher degree of difficulty but it's not too bad. I play both games on the "Professional" setting and I've been able to adapt quite well to 2014 World Cup's extra bit of difficulty.
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33 of 40 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Much harder than previous versions April 20, 2014
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3|Verified Purchase
First of all, this review is based purely on playing solo, against the CPU. I've been playing FIFA for four years, and this is by far the most difficult one. I've always played world class level and won regularly. This time, I've played 10 games and managed to score only one goal and conceded too many to count. Some issues:

1. The CPU always gets fortunate rebounds off the post or block attempts for simple tap in goals. You never get the same "lucky" chances.
2. When you manage a successful tackle, the ball always seem to go to the opponent's teammate.
3. Even when you have a step with your winger, their fullback always catch up. CANNOT sprint up the wing, even if you have a fast player.
4. The CPU is an ungodly tackler. Even from behind, they manage to take the ball away.
5. Your teammates don't make intelligent use of space. When I have the ball just outside the box, I look for a teammate to fill empty space to lay the ball off for a shot, but they just stand around or make dumb runs into the box. This is the most frustrating part. It's hard enough to advance to the attacking third, but your own teammates don't make themselves available for the pass.

I'll try playing with friends, and see if it's any different. We usually play on the same team, so often it's easier to plan tactics.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars This game does IT for me. June 29, 2014
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3
Hello everyone. I just want to take a second here before you read my review to give the previous reviewers before me a "thanks" because you guys ultimately drove my decision to give this game a try, even the negative ones lol.

I would like to say a little bit about myself and how it relates to the rating I gave this game. I am the kind of person who likes single-player game modes, as in, I like to play offline against the computer and/or friends in person. I'm like that for most of the (sports) video games I play, not just FIFA games, so my review is primarily written from that perspective. Secondly, I feel like I should point out that the last futbol (soccer) game I vaguely remember playing was the 2010 South African World Cup game (which was awesome), although I have played FIFA 11 too also, but not nearly as much as 2010 South Africa (The FIFA 11 copy I borrowed was a friend's).

So, here we go. I would recommend this game to anyone who can relate to the paragraph above this one. If you buy the annual installments of EA Sports' club football games, you probably wont like this game because of the absence of Ultimate Team, among other things, which is a mode that just wouldn't work in this kind of game if you think about it.

As a primarily single-player oriented futbol gamer, this game, well, does IT for me. The 'Road to the FIFA World Cup' mode is basically this game's "season mode," despite the fact that it's not actually a true "season" mode. This mode takes you through a four year period which contains preliminary friendly matches, qualifying matches for the World Cup (all the way through multiple rounds of these qualifiers, depending on the team and region you select to play as), and then the actual, fully complete, World Cup tournament itself.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars It's ok. May 12, 2014
By Bryan
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3|Verified Purchase
Fun to play but many countries ranked too low. People use the same strong teams online and are afraid to take a risk with different teams outside the normal elite like Brazil, Spain etc...
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