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EA Sports' upcoming FIFA World Cup Brazil title is trying to piggyback on the fever of this summer's tournament, but that doesn't mean that it won't be a good title in its own right. This new trailer for the game gives a glimpse of some of its additions.
The video features such improvements as defenders leaping over the backs of forwards for headers, clearances in the box, improved PKs, new skill moves, fanfare in the stands, and more.
2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil hits the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 on April 15.
For more on the game, take a look at this in-depth preview.
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I would love to get this game, but it's only on old gen.
Yup if it was on PS4 i'd get it for sure
I played FIFA Once and got hooked. Never actually purchased a copy of it though, strangely enough.
As someone who loves videography and film, that trailer did not do FIFA justice. It seemed as if we were getting ready to play a children's game. FIFA is quite competitive and takes a fair amount of immediate strategy just to get down the field with a strong pass. This trailer negates all of that.
While watching the trailer, though, it was nice to see some of the updated features and view some of the mechanics. Don't get me wrong, I still love FIFA, but man, that trailer did not get me excited at all. (No offense Assassinated. I do still understand how this trailer could get people excited; just a matter of personal taste.)