by Jon Mundy 27/9/2013
Product: FIFA 14
Developer: EA Sports
Publisher: EA Mobile
Format: Android, iPhone, iPad
Like last season's Manchester United team, FIFA 13 took the iOS footy title through efficient play and a lack of serious competition.
A shortage of new contenders means that EA could have coasted home with FIFA 14. However, following the old football adage that you need to move forward in order to maintain your position, the company has made some fairly notable changes.
Those changes could be equated to restructuring the club's finances and making a risky new signing with a slightly dodgy touch rather than improving its skills.
A typically polished footy game with a surprisingly generous freemium model. But EA needs to improve the way it plays touchscreen football if it's to keep the paying punters happy for FIFA 15
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