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    Fifa 13

    Sept. 25th - North America
    Sept. 27th - Austrailia
    Sept. 28th - Europe

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    FIFA 13 features

    FIFA 13 captures all the drama and unpredictability of real-world soccer, and is driven by five game-changing innovations which revolutionize artificial intelligence, dribbling, ball control and physical play. It is the largest and deepest feature set in the history of the franchise. These innovations create a true battle for possession across the entire pitch, deliver freedom and creativity in attack, and capture all the drama and unpredictability of the real-world game.

    Attacking Intelligence:

    Players have the ability to analyse space, work harder and smarter to break down the defense, and think two plays ahead. Plus, players make runs that pull defenders out of position and open passing channels for teammates.
    Complete Dribbling:

    Face your opponent and use precise dribble touches combined with true 360-degree mobility with the ball. Be more creative and dangerous in 1v1 opportunities.
    1st Touch Control:

    A new system transforms the way players control the ball, eliminating near-perfect touch for every player, and creating more opportunities for defenders to capitalise on errant balls and poor touches to win back possession.
    EA SPORTS Football Club:

    Join the club and experience soccer's social network. Earn rewards, level up, enjoy live Challenges, and connect with friends. Everything within FIFA 13, and against friends, is measured in a meaningful way. Fans can earn rewards to unlock items from the new Football Club Catalogue, and build their status as they climb 100 levels. Real-world storylines drive Football Club through regular challenges so that FIFA 13 will look, feel and play like the real-world season. Support Your Club and compete against rivals in every area of the game, lifting your club higher in the league tables or helping them avoid relegation. Plus, the new EA SPORTS Football Club App for the iPhone enables fans to access to their EA SPORTS Football Club identity and friends, manage their FIFA Ultimate Team, search the live auctions and bid to win new players.
    Better with Kinect™ (with Xbox 360):

    FIFA 13 with Kinect enables you to use voice commands to manage your club’s lineup and tactics without pausing the game, shout directions on the pitch in Be A Pro, and forces you to temper the way you talk to officials.

    Voice Commands: Administer your squad the way real-world managers organize their clubs during a match. Use voice commands to instantly activate tactics, change formations, or initiate substitutions, and enjoy the strategic advantage of managing your club without pausing the game.
    Pitch Commands: Think, react and play like a professional soccer player utilising voice commands on the pitch in Be A Pro mode. Shout for a pass, send a teammate on a run or call for a shot the way real footballers communicate on the pitch.
    Referee Feedback: Referees and linesmen are influenced by what they hear. Coarse language directed towards an official may be mentioned by commentators or influence a referee’s strictness and decision-making around fouls and bookings, the same way it does in real life. Plus, storylines will develop in Career Mode when players and managers let their emotions get the better of them.

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    Career Mode information & changes from previous games.

    International Management

    As your reputation as a manager grows in Career Mode you will now be offered the chance to manage International teams in addition to the club side you are already playing with.
    Your performance and manager reputation in Career Mode dictates the quality of the international offers you will receive.
    Your nationality and the league you manage in will also effect the type of International offers you receive.
    Rumours about interested nations will circulate in the press for some months before you actually receive a firm offer.
    Squad selection will be a key part of your International management duties and deadlines for selections (one week prior to friendlies, one month prior to tournaments) have to be met.
    International competitions will run in parallel with the club game meaning you could land a job in the middle of a qualifying campaign.
    International management has it’s own Career Mode “Hub” keeping your club and country separate.

    In Match Live Score Updates

    Whilst playing your Career Mode matches you’ll now receive audio updates from other games being played in your league voiced by Alan Mcinally and Geoff Shreeves.
    The live updates cover goal, red card and penalty incidents.
    Example – Shreeves: “Goal at Anfield, Fulham’s Clint Dempsey scores a brilliant freekick to make it 2-1, 73 minutes played” Tyler “Thanks Geoff”
    You can select/de-select the matches you want to hear audio updates from prior to playing starting your match.

    Player Stories

    Interaction with players is now more regular with instant feedback received based on managerial decisions.
    Player Stories can now run for months in to Career Mode re-emerging if you go through a bad run of results or when you sell/buy a key player.
    Specific Player Stories also occur when managing an International team, meaning you’ll need to keep both club and country happy.
    Fan stories will now make top news in the press based on team performance.

    Be A Player

    Once you’ve chosen your player (VP or real) you receive a set of Season Objectives to complete from the manager. The type of player you choose (forward, midfielder, defender, etc) will shape these objectives.
    As well as Season Objectives you’ll also be asked to achieve objectives every four matches. This could include, goals, clean sheets, pass/tackle completion percentages, etc. The quality of opposition over these four games will decide the values you are asked to achieve.
    If you are unhappy you now have the option to request a transfer, or request a loan to gain more match experience.
    If you choose to play for a top club with a low rated VP you will not be a first team starter to begin with, you’ll be loaned to gain experience first.
    If fatigued or playing poorly the manager can now substitute your player.
    Once your playing days are over can can opt to retire and take up management.

    Classified Results

    After each Career Mode match you now receive a rundown of the classified results through in-game audio (think BBC Final Score)
    League table updates are also fed back to you as well as any upcoming fixtures. These audio sequences happen less regularly than the classified results.
    When this audio is running you can still browse all Career Mode menus and continue to the next game week.

    Managers Office

    You can now view any available managerial positions via the Jobs Board, this allows you to change clubs mid season should you wish to.
    Your manager now appears on the touchline in matches based on customisation options chosen at the start of Career Mode.

    Transfer Negotiations

    The transfer system has been completely re-written for Career Mode in FIFA 13.
    You can now offer player plus cash and player trade deals to the CPU.
    When offering to loan players you can now set a future purchase price to sign the player permanently at the end of the loan period.
    When the CPU makes an offer for one of your players you can now choose to “Counter Offer” to ask for more money. The CPU will then choose to accept, reject or make a counter offer of their own.
    Contract negotiations now contain advice from your Chief Executive which act as a guide to what they think the club and player may want.
    When offering contracts you can now choose a role for the player you’re trying to sign eg Crucial Player, Important Player, Future Star. This expectation will effect whether a player chooses to join your club.
    Prior to making a firm offer you can now make an Enquiry to find out whether a player is available and how much the club want for them.
    You can now make offers for players directly from media stories by pressing the left stick.
    A new Financial Strictness setting will limit the percentage of players sales that go back in to your transfer budget (chosen at the start of CM).

    Breaking News

    A new “Sky Sports” style overlay will now deliver breaking and top news to the Career Mode hub.

    Edit Players

    You now have the ability to edit player appearance during your Career Mode seasons. This option can be unlocked via the new EASFC Catalogue.

    User Interface

    You can now read news articles from the media pane whilst the game is advancing.
    The first time you enter Career Mode menus a tutorial overlay appears to guide you through each panes function.

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