FIFA 15 for PS Vita
PS Vita


Sep 23, 2014
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Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots


About this game

Developer: EA Vancouver
Content Rating: Everyone


FIFA 15 brings soccer to life in stunning detail so fans can experience the emotion of the sport like never before. Witness the intensity of crowds chanting and cheering like on match day, and listen to commentators guide fans through the story of the game with Dynamic Match Presentation. For the first time ever, all 22 players on the pitch are connected with Emotional Intelligence – now players will react to opponents and teammates within the context, and relative to the narrative of the match. Next Generation Visuals put fans on Living Pitches with grass that wears and tears as the match progresses. Authentic Player Visuals make players lean, athletic, and true to their real-life appearance. Player Control heightens the responsiveness of player movement, gives athletes more control and personality on the ball, and makes Man-to-Man Battles more rewarding than ever before.

Critic Reviews

4 Reviews
Paul MurphyOct 06, 2014
With the removal of the multiplayer you cannot even say that first time FIFA buyers should pick up this version. Previous FIFA games on Vita are cheaper and have online. EA would have created less anger by not releasing this at all.
Mike HolmesSep 24, 2014
A few years ago FIFA was dangerously close to perfection, at least relative to what had come before. ...It's not the wholesale improvement we were hoping for, a bold step into the new-gen, but rather a shuffle forwards, held back by the weight of previous instalments and a scaled down old-gen running mate. FIFA 15 is a good game, make no mistake, it's just not a great game; it looks like we're going to have to wait at least another year for that.
Adam CookSep 23, 2014
EA Canada can’t win in that respect, because whichever angle they cater toward, they’ll always be upsetting someone else. It’s a shame Career Mode has seen such little love this year, but regardless, there are enough changes overall that FIFA feels a very different game this year. They’ve not reinvented the wheel, just put shinier trims on it, and perhaps this isn’t the year that the presentation needed to take centre stage.

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