every year it really gets two verdicts of fifa 15 coins

For a while everything seems perfect, but the longer you play the more the honeymoon period wanes and the more doubts start to creep in. Why is it so hard to pin down an opposing striker while they run around your box? Why is it so hard to score with a smart set-piece, but so easy to score from many angles with a stupid, low-level daisy-cutter shot? Why does the AI sometimes act so weirdly, either failing to get in a space, ignoring your opponent’s through balls or – in one memorable case – leaving two defenders and one opposing striker dancing weirdly in the corner of the pitch? Isn’t some of this end-to-end stuff, and aren’t some of these scorelines, just a bit ridiculous?
Maybe, but none of this stuff spoils the fun. And here’s the thing with FIFA: every year it really gets two verdicts, the first arriving when the game comes out and we all play it, and the second, more lasting verdict coming months later when the game and the players have settled down. In some cases (see FIFA 15) a consensus emerges that this is not a vintage year. FIFA 15, though, leaves us feeling just a tad more confident. It’s a good FIFA. With time, some fixes and some extra polish, it could be great.
It’s not perfect, but FIFA 15 coins is the most exciting FIFA for a couple of years. A drift away from realistic defence towards more aggressive forward play replaces stolid midfield battles with end-to-end drama, and we still get all the great modes – including a stronger career mode and Ultimate Team – that gave FIFA 15 strength in depth. Most of all we get exceptional graphics and presentation, which make FIFA 15 look even more like the real deal on TV. There are wrinkles to be ironed out here, but this is a promising base on which a new generation of FIFA can build.

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