First, the program is named FIFA WORLD CUP 2018, but after launching the App you must look for the World Cup matches and standings - they are hidden behind other pages. First you must discover one needs to choose the “more” option, in the bottom menu, for then being able to choose the FIFA World Cup games in yet another menu. Looks like the program named after the World Cup places the games itself in second or third pane. Now, you are at the Games, you choose Matches on the third menu that now appears at the top (so far, to reach the games, you go to bottom menu - ‘more’ - then, choose, World Cup, on list menu that appears, and finally the third menu which appears on top of screen. They could not have placed the matches on the homepage of the App...!?!). Now, once you click on the matches, the upper portion of the page (just some blue background coloring, good for nothing) keeps dropping down, covering the matches. So, you slide the upper blue section up, but it keeps on dropping down. Very annoying. Next, you click on Standings (top menu), but as you slide the menu left to reach Standings the menus also keep sliding back the other way... not the friendliest App to navigate. Very stubborn too.
Calling it “the slickest, most polished and by far the most popular football game around”, and “football [video] games’ equivalent of the Premier League”, The Guardian praised the game’s FIFA Ultimate Team, which “encourages you to purchase Panini-sticker-like player packs to build up a dream team”, adding the series has “an excellent Journey mode that lets you control an aspiring pro and build him up to an international superstar, and a Career mode that lets you control your favourite team on and off the field.”[1] One of the best-selling video game franchises, by 2018, the FIFA series had sold over 260 million copies.[4][5]

Thus far I am not a big fan of the 50/50 system as it seems random as opposed to skill or rating based. I would say the user loses the vast majority of the battles no matter what player you are using in my playtime so far. Speaking of which the attributes too often feel useless. If I play a through ball to an attacker making a run with a higher sprint rating in open space and they are beyond the much slower defender then the defender should not catch them as often as they do. I understand that they slowed down the whole game for the sake of "reality" however a fundamental element of the game (real and video) is making intelligent runs that expose the defense with a well timed pass. This year feels slower and I am sure those who are excellent with some of the newer trick pass animations and shots will excel but overall it makes the game feel a bit less fluid to me. I like the addition of more physicality in the game but I don't believe the balance is quite right. I also think the change in the passing mechanics so that they are less accurate is a huge mistake as far too often and randomly simple passes like through balls to open teammates or switches to the opposite side of the pitch go awry even when you are using the best passers in the game. It's still a video game and I expect precision not to mention if you watch most of the major leagues around the world the amount of basic passes that go awry without defensive intervention is minimal. I do like the new active touch system which is fun especially on volleys but it will take some more time to truly master.
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First, the program is named FIFA WORLD CUP 2018, but after launching the App you must look for the World Cup matches and standings - they are hidden behind other pages. First you must discover one needs to choose the “more” option, in the bottom menu, for then being able to choose the FIFA World Cup games in yet another menu. Looks like the program named after the World Cup places the games itself in second or third pane. Now, you are at the Games, you choose Matches on the third menu that now appears at the top (so far, to reach the games, you go to bottom menu - ‘more’ - then, choose, World Cup, on list menu that appears, and finally the third menu which appears on top of screen. They could not have placed the matches on the homepage of the App...!?!). Now, once you click on the matches, the upper portion of the page (just some blue background coloring, good for nothing) keeps dropping down, covering the matches. So, you slide the upper blue section up, but it keeps on dropping down. Very annoying. Next, you click on Standings (top menu), but as you slide the menu left to reach Standings the menus also keep sliding back the other way... not the friendliest App to navigate. Very stubborn too.
The last edition for PlayStation Vita, Wii and Nintendo 3DS. The Windows version used the new engine (Ignite Engine) for the first time, which is the same as PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The first edition released during EA's deal with the English Premier League as Official Sports Technology Partner. This deal allows all 20 Premier League stadiums to be included in the game as well as official Premier League scoreboards and television graphics.[38] FIFA's exclusive access to Premier League clubs allowed detailed photography of all 20 stadiums so they could be authentically recreated, with the cheers, chants and sounds of more than 20 Premier League matches also recorded.[38] Since this game any club promoted to the Premier League has had their stadium added. Due to licensing troubles with Brazilian players, this was the first game in the main series that did not feature a Brazilian league in any form.

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The Fédération Internationale de Football Association[a] (FIFA /ˈfiːfə/ FEEF-ə; French for 'International Federation of Association Football') is an organization which describes itself as an international governing body of association football, fútsal, and beach soccer. FIFA is responsible for the organization of football's major international tournaments, notably the World Cup which commenced in 1930 and the Women's World Cup which commenced in 1991.
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