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I'll admit, sports are something that I don't know anything about. So I asked my girlfriend about this trailer for FIFA 12. It felt rather emasculating, but this is how dedicated I am to achieving proper journalism levels. S...
The FIFA series has been around for a long time but today EA Sports announced something unique in the franchise's history. They've signed a deal with English Premier League team Manchester City to deliver exclusive, club-spec...
I would like to preface my preview of FIFA 12 (iOS) with a few admissions: I refer to the sport as soccer, I haven’t played a FIFA game in four or five years, and I’ve never touched an iPad. Appropriately, previewing the title at EA’s Summer Showcase seemed a bit daunting.
EA attempted to hammer home several things with their presentation of the game, including their effort to change the way the game is played and their effort to provide a deep, content-heavy experience that can satiate the appetite of the most voracious soccer fan.