EA SPORTS FIFA 21
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About this game
Developer: Electronic Arts
Content Rating: Everyone
Win as One in EA SPORTS™ FIFA 21, powered by Frostbite™. FIFA 21 has more ways to play than ever before - including the UEFA Champions League and CONMEBOL Libertadores. Stay tuned for exciting news to come.
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Gamer Reviews9822 Reviews
If you ever played football in your life, you know that this is not football. You run with the ball at top speed, with no downsizing, your goalkeeper will exit from the goal with less effectiveness then ever, your defender are impotent in front of fast goal scorers. Bad bad bad. hope next generation goes in an other direction.
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Critic Reviews44 Reviews
It’s beautiful and a lot of action for all sports lovers out there. As I’ve mentioned in the beginning of this review, FIFA 2021 is a true testament to every fan of the game in the world—and that’s hugely important for a sport well beloved.
The graphics and gameplay of FIFA 21 deliver fun and functional football, but its ambitions don’t extend far beyond that. Over time, the grinding leads to burnout and boredom, and the gear and rewards you’re working so hard to obtain are rarely satisfying enough to make the chase worthwhile. Nailing the fundamentals is important, but it takes more than that to be a real winner.
FIFA 21 closes out a mixed generation with some key gameplay improvements, making for the fastest, most enjoyable experience in FIFA 15. Its modes are more mixed, with career mode being a particular sore point. Ultimately, FIFA 21 may not be the comprehensive update everyone wants, but it's enough to generate some positive momentum heading into the new console generation.