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FIFA 13: The Trailer

FIFA 13 hits stores next month, and EA released a trailer Tuesday of what fans and gamers can expect from the latest edition of the popular video game (watch for the cameo from New York Red Bulls DP Tim Cahill). Enjoy:



  1. in this years manager mode and be a pro they add new features like international breaks and you could managae national teams as well so it should be way more intersting. I actually thinking about taking one of the MLS teams and just build scouted american players just to see how go the national team will be on their breaks

  2. I’ve heard that there are noticeable differences between players first touches and their attributes like passing ability, etc. and I’m a fan of this. However, looking at this trailer, it looks like EA may have spent a little too much time incorporating goofy moves and tricks into gameplay. A little of that is great, but stick to making the game feel real. If anything, they should be working on the way players move off the ball, not on it. Leave all the tricks to FIFA Street.

  3. Orly.

    Now, I must do some research. I’m surprised they added the World Cup tournament to the game, since they normally milk that genre/segment with a separate title for more $.

  4. They did re-add it. You can also manage a national team in manager mode now too. Plus, they added the world cup and such as actual tournaments.

  5. I’m curious what features they’ve added to Manager Mode / Be a Pro.

    I’m really hoping they added National Team Call ups with BaP. To this day, it boggles my mind why they even removed it to begin with (then again, it’s EA…they’ll probably re-add it and call it a “new feature”).

  6. I’ll definitely be buying this, I love these games…but in my mind the greatest soccer games ever are:

    Goal (Nintendo)
    FIFA International Soccer (Super Nintendo/Sega Genesis)
    FIFA 96 (Playstation)
    FIFA Street (Playstation 2)

    I still play all of these games on a regular basis. They never get old.


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