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Fifa 11 (PC)

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FIFA 11 reinvents player authenticity - on and off the ball - for every player and at every position on the pitch with Personality+, an all-new feature that sees individual abilities reflected in game, enabling clear differentiation for every player.
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FIFA 11 (XB360)

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FIFA 11 (FIFA Soccer 11 in North America) is the 18th title in Electronic Arts' FIFA series of football video games. Developed by EA Canada, it was published by Electronic Arts worldwide under the EA Sports label. It was released on 28 September 2010 in North America, 30 September 2010 in Australia, and 1 October 2010 in Europe for all platforms, except the Wii and Nintendo DS. The Wii version was released on 1 October 2010 in North America and Europe and the DS version on 8 October 2010. The PC version of FIFA 11 is the first in the series to use the same game engine as the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions. Commentary is provided by Martin Tyler and Andy Gray.
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Fifa 12 (PC)

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FIFA 12 brings to the pitch the game-changing new Player Impact Engine, a physics engine built to deliver real-world physicality in every interaction on the pitch. Experience the way real-world footballers challenge each other for the ball, win possession, and test each other physically. Enjoy an infinite variety of natural and believable outcomes in every collision. Players feel more resilient, push and pull during the fight for possession, and recover from light challenges more easily.

Revolutionary gameplay innovations make FIFA 12 deeper and more engaging. All-new Precision Dribbling creates a higher fidelity of touch on the ball for better control in tight spaces, more time to make decisions on attack, and more control over the pace of the game. Innovations in attack are balanced by a re-designed defending mechanism, making it as skilful and meaningful as real-world football. With all-new Tactical Defending, positioning and intercepting passes are as important as tackling. Tactics and timing are crucial. Plus, CPU players have been infused with Pro Player Intelligence, a self-awareness that enables them to behave and make decisions based on their own skills and tendencies, and gives them the aptitude to understand the strengths and weaknesses of teammates in every situation.

Introducing EA Sports Football Club - the heartbeat of FIFA 12 - a live service connecting players to the real-world game with fresh, new content all the time, enabling them to support their favourite club and connect and compete with their friends, rivals and millions of other players around the world. Additional features will be revealed in the months ahead.
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FIFA 13 (PC)

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FIFA 13 (also known as FIFA Soccer 13 in North America) is the most recent edition of Electronic Arts' highly-acclaimed association football FIFA video game series. It was developed by EA Canada. A demo of the game was released on 11 September 2012; the demo teams include: Borussia Dortmund, Manchester City, Juventus, A.C. Milan and Arsenal.[1] The demo was downloaded a record 1.99 million times within three days.[2][3][4] The game was released on September 2012 in most regions, and in Japan in October.[a] The Wii U version was released alongside the console on its launch day in all regions.
Lionel Messi was the first person to appear individually on a FIFA game cover in North America for 10 years.
FIFA 13 included new features to the FIFA franchise such as the First Touch Control.[2][5][6][7] New celebrations were also added as a new feature.[8]
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Fifa Street 2 (PSP)

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3 1 reviews
Are you ready to take on the top football players of the world? Pick your team and get ready to out-trick the opposition on the street. The only rule: there are no rules
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Final Fantasy VII (PC)

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5 1 reviews
Considered to be one of the best, if not the best, Japanese style RPG ever released, FF VII remains the perennial favourite with fans of the series.
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Final Fantasy VIII (PC)

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5 1 reviews
The second RPG released by Square Enix on the PC, Final Fantasy VIII remains a controversial title with the fans; some state it to be one of the best, others state otherwise.
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Final Fantasy X (PS2)

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3 2 reviews
The tenth in the Final Fantasy series provided the first taste of the Final Fantasy universe on the PS2, showing off the capabilities of the new console. And it proved a winner, selling in droves.
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Final Fantasy X-2 (PS2)

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1 1 reviews
In a first for Square-Enix, they decided for the first time to extend the main storyline of FFX by releasing an expansion titled FFX-2 dealing with Yuna, the main female character in FFX, exploits after the ending of FFX.
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Football Manager 2009 (PC)

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Take charge of your favorite club, build your squad in the transfer market, choose your tactics and then guide your team to glory from the touchline, making on-the-spot decisions as you watch the action unfold.
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