The Vita version of Fifa Soccer will also be available for the launch of Sony's new console and it once again proves that a successful series can play just as well on a handheld. The game features great graphics and realistic animations but it obviously does not run in 60 fps anymore. There is also a lot of content to keep you busy, with the usual amount of teams and game modes. Just like on 360, PS3 or PC, you can choose between manual, semi and auto controls but this time you can also add touchscreeen passing and touchpad shooting (the latter probably being the most interesting even though it makes shooting much more effective). Here are two exclusive videos for you guys, enjoy!
@MrWhite: sure it's no Emoji movie but it had some good parts. Oh who am I kidding. It was a Mastapeace! (51 minutes ago)
@KORNdog: They reworked the entire game. The added and removed features. Also polished the graphics. (1 Hour ago)
@rayy: Thought it was a load of bollocks to be honest. (3 Hours ago)
[url] i thought GT sport's VR mode was only 1vs1? this clearly shows more than that. (8 Hours ago)
@Moonwalker: i can't imagine it'll be cancelled. i think it'll be about as well received as agents of mayhem though. (8 Hours ago)
the other,....in November it would have been sent out to die with all those heavy hitters, but Spring 2018? Just don't release near RDR2, lol. (9 Hours ago)
@KORNdog: I am more worried about a possible cancelation. Scalebound was delayed and not long after canned. But something tells me Crackdown 3 will make it. On one hand i'm like ''really MS?'' but on (9 Hours ago)