Sports titles are known for being slightly upgraded iterations from year to year, and this year’s big new feature in FIFA 13, and a first for the series on iOS, is the inclusion of online multiplayer. Sadly it forgoes Apple’s Game Center for EA’s own Origin service, but I think you’ll survive.
Another big addition is the Skill Move button that lets you easily perform several different kinds of moves by using simple flicks. There’s even the ability to record replays and upload them directly to YouTube, so you can share your finer moments with the world. A feature I think is incredibly cool.
As any yearly release should, FIFA 13 also looks a lot better than its predecessors with fluid animations and Retina Display graphics, even on the new iPad. It supports the new 4-inch iPhone 5 screen as well, and it’s a Universal app, which is something EA has been more prone to doing this year.
You can check out the mobile version of FIFA 13 on your iDevice for $6.99.