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The main differences from the previous game are a new "Interactive Leagues" function, new stadia such as the new Wembley Stadium and Emirates Stadium, and the ability to create custom teams and Turkcell Super League returns after seven years of absence from the series. The game's front-end and graphics engine remain largely the same. The Xbox 360 version uses a completely new game engine which was created from scratch for the system. This Xbox 360 version also features a much reduced team line-up, completely removing all lower division teams and focusing on the four main European leagues, plus the Mexican Clausura and national teams. This was the last title released for the Nintendo Gamecube.
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To preface my brief review, I will say that I'm a predominantly online player. This is a pretty good installment of FIFA. So far, I feel like FIFA 18has slightly more crisp gameplay, but that is a game that has been through a year of patches. Hopefully FIFA 19 can reach that level. The new menus look really good, and everything seems to be pretty quick & responsive on the PS4. The graphics are pretty similar to FIFA 18, to be honest. The replays look way better due to the "fleshed out" pitch and new audience. Players are more detailed. However, most of this is lost in the typical broadcast camera while playing the game. I actually think the pitch looks slightly worse when in broadcast camera. Gameplay is pretty solid. It doesn't seem to have the issues I read about with FIFA 19 on the last gen, but I didn't play it so I cannot speak to this entirely. It definitely plays differently to FIFA 18. Ball control is more realistic, and you can blow by people at high pace. Passes are crisp and the animations look great. Shooting is similar to previous iterations, but there does seem to be a wider range of possible goals (you can score from more angles & positions & ranges). However, it still has the flaws of previous games. There are quite a lot of goals from corners, which is more of a minor concern. A bigger concern is the amount of "WTF" goals, commonly referred to as cluster____ goals. Way too often you'll be left wondering how on earth the ball conveniently fell to the feet of a striker when three people collided, or why two of your defenders managed to run into each other and give up a stupid goal. Ultimate team seems to be somewhat improved. They changed some minor things in how you can generate chemistry between players. They also greatly improved the search functionality for the market; you can now search for specific players. Overall, it's a pretty worthwhile pick up if you play a good amount of FIFA. I am writing this review as a walmart associate for a contest.
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FIFA 09 features a revamped collision system and an option for 10 versus 10 "Be a Pro" online matches, and the new "Adidas Live Season" feature, which updates all the players' stats in a particular league based on the player's form in real life. Although the feature is activated through microtransactions, gamers have access to one free league of their choice from the moment they activate the service to the end of the 2008–09 season. Online play has also been improved in FIFA 09, with a feature called "FIFA 09 Clubs" allowing players to form or join clubs and field their strongest team online. The game is the first in the FIFA series to feature user-controlled goal celebrations. FIFA 09 has met with generally positive reception from reviewers.
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This game marks the start of an upward trend in the series. It boasts a refined graphics engine, team and player customisation options, 16 stadia, improved artificial intelligence, a "Road to World Cup" mode with all FIFA-registered national teams, and a licensed soundtrack featuring popular musical artists of the time. The game features many accurate team squads for national call up when playing in the round robin qualification modes. Another new feature was the ability to manually change the referee's strictness, allowing some fouls to go un-noticed or without punishment.
The price of these courses varies widely based on the level of feedback provided and the quality of the course, but traders can generally expect to spend anywhere from $100 to more than $10,000. These figures may seem high on the surface, but in a market where thousands can be lost in just minutes, it’s worth the money to get a good education. The cost is also an ‘investment’ that may help aspiring traders follow through with their goals, as the courses are designed to quickly get someone to a point where they’re comfortable developing strategies and executing trades.