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FIFA 17 Review Roundup – Full Of Content, Frostbite Engine looks Good But Has Weaknesses
FIFA 17 is the latest entry in the long running football franchise, as the release for the game is almost upon us, the reviews for the game are starting to pour in.
Judging from the reviews, FIFA 17 is being praised by reviewers for the risks the game has taken with the singleplayer campaign and it has paid off.
So without further adieu lets see if FIFA 17 is worth your $60 or not.
IGN – 8.4
For my money, PES is still ahead where it counts most, but The Journey gives FIFA something unique and rewarding. If you can afford it, this year it might just be worth getting both.
GamesRadar+ – 4.5
Not the transformative experience offered by this year’s PES, but still unmatched in the genre for atmosphere, licenses, and finer details.
3DJuegos – 9.0
FIFA 17 is a worthy new iteration on the famous EA Sports’ football series.
CGMagazine – 9.0
The introduction of “The Journey” makes a traditional game mode into something new and exciting, complete with a storyline, character back-story and more.
Meristation – 8.5
FIFA 17 is an evolution of FIFA 16’s gameplay. Full of content, strong new features but with new weaknesses, with unbalanced offensive-defensive mechanics and goalkeepers that are less solid than its predecessor.
USgamer – 4
FIFA 17 bounces back nicely after a down year without sacrificing any of its primary strengths. The Journey is a well-produced campaign mode that complements the existing feature set nicely, and the move to Frostbite appears to have gone off without a hitch.
Digitalspy – 4
It’s a fine year for FIFA. With the Frostbite engine in action it’s looking good and playing even better than before. The Journey is an enjoyable new take on the solo career mode, and in its wealth of other modes and excellent presentation, it’s still the strongest all-round package out there.
God is a Geek – 9
There’s a great deal to love in FIFA 17 and the new Frostbite engine has done wonders for how it looks. The locations are gorgeous and the lighting, crowd animations, stadium design and player animations are just stunning. It’s a fantastic game that will please many FIFA fans, but there are a few niggles with gameplay that take away a little of the shine.
FIFA 17 will be available on September 27,2016 for PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.