FIFA 17 Review kukugames

  •  Genre: Sport
  • single and multi player
  • Games from the same developer: Frostbyte engine developersde
  • Offer: Namco


game engine shines in the cinematics
uninteresting choices


character customization menus are very helpful
alive world with many details makes the game more convincing
manager mode became deeper
many careers
useful progress bars
good statistics and leaderboards
new main menu improved
we can see player card instantly when we are οn formation windows
improvements in career get as in the mood of the sport
user friendly strategy options
trying to add more depth in the series
we cant set defensive tactics effectively
formation settings improvements needed
improved filters to search for players needed
indifferent, strategy additions


effective handling
difficulty increases over time
addictive action
multiple ways for direct attack
easy to use ingame quick menus
changing direction with the ball has realistic animation and speed
shots difficulty and realism balanced perfectly
shots speed and realism balanced perfectly
more balanced gameplay
controls response helps defence
bots play very effective
good training
very natural bouncings of the ball
rare interruptions from referee
no mistakes from referee
not realistic enough
inertia in player movement is not taken into consideration
more tactics needed
opponents always move with the same way
bad tacklings
AI improvment needed


characters polygons(model complexity)
background polygons(model complexity)
characters textures
background textures
stable frame rate
game looks very realistic
most of the players faces are very close to the real players
enough detail for the genre
colors change nicely from day to nigth
stadiums graphics
crowd graphics
ground and characters fit together naturally
more colors needed
basic animations are not realistic
unnatural collision
problems with shadows
new graphics enige did not improve animation significantly


good soundtrack
sound effects
ambient sound effects
natural commentary
many sounds clearly identifiable
use of famous music tracks
commentary is always on time and to the point
voice acting

Οnline Competitive

online for players from the same system
good statistics and leaderboards
usually good connection
online design encourages players not to select only the strong teams
we can find people online
second player is able to log on with his account and improve his rankings
opponents available in all modes
online always works and its stable
very responsive action control and animation remind us offline games
some interesting modes
connection quality vastly affect handling accuracy and gameplay
matchmaking can take a while
new modes needed
Conclusion - Rating

equal with the best games of its genre in
most sections


EA Sports announced at E3 2016 that they will have all 20 Premier League managers likenesses in the game.[4] The new features in FIFA 17 include new attacking techniques, physical player overhaul, active intelligence system and set piece rewrite. EA also announced at gamescom 2016 that Squad Building Challenges and Whole new Tournament will be in FIFA Ultimate Team, even in the old Xbox 360 and Playstation 3.[5]
On 23 June 2016, EA Sports announced that the J1 League and J.League Cup will be featured in the game for the first time ever.[6]
On 4 September 2016, EA Sports announced at Brasil Game Show 2016 that 18 Brazilian first division teams will be featured in their respective league (Corinthians and Flamengo, who signed an exclusivity deal with Konami for Pro Evolution Soccer, do not appear), and 5 second division teams will be found in the Rest of World menu.[7]
The Journey
The game features a new single-player story campaign mode titled The Journey for PS4, Xbox One and Windows[8] where players assume the role of Alex Hunter (played by Adetomiwa Edun), a young footballer trying to make his mark in the Premier League.[9] The player is able to select one of 20 Premier League clubs to play for at the beginning of the season. The player can play in an upfield position, RW, ST, LW and CAM only.[9] The story mode also features a dialogue wheel, similar to the Mass Effect series.[10]
Alex Hunter is a 17-year-old male[11] from Clapham, London.[12] Hunters grandfather is former English striker Jim Hunter (20 goals in the 1966–67 season).[12] Under his grandfathers guidance, Hunter has decided to play as a footballer[11] in the Premier League.[13]


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