In recent years, global football has been dominated by two names. Both establishing themselves as the undisputed best in the business but unable to construct a convincing enough argument to entirely eclipse the other.
Debates on which is truly superior have divided football fans on stadium terraces and sofas around the world. The rivalry is fierce and the bar is raised higher every year but we’re rapidly reaching a stage where the argument could be settled once and for all
I’ll be looking at PES 2016 next week, but first up is FIFA 16, the latest edition of EA Sports’ flagship football franchise and one of the world’s most popular sports games.
Like any annually updated series, whether you shell out another $100+ for what is essentially an incremental upgrade on last year’s version depends entirely on whether you think the new features are worth the investment.
While FIFA 15 was all about pace and power, getting the ball forward to your quickest wingers and forwards and playing vertically, this year’s game is considerably slower.
As always, you don’t have to spend real money on FUT, but it certainly helps-and unless you’re a FIFA genius with a lot of time on your hands, you’ll probably need to invest a few bucks if you want to compete with the big dogs. Fifa 16 xbox 360 coins