Review: Pros: Game is considerably more exciting to play. It's not as easy to Steam Roll superior team on Amateur; the AI is much more intelligent. Navigational Control of the ball with attitude I have never seen in Fifa 14; most notably when one picks up the Skilled Dribbler Specialty. The visual graphics are incredible compared to Fifa 14; if one doesn't pay close attention... the crowd looks very diverse...
It's a tad bit harder to score with the same sense of feel used in Fifa 14; one can't just mash the button and get ball in the upper corners of the goal.
My game is unstable in Fullscreen mode and I have to run windowed to keep it form freezing; when game does freeze I would just Ctrl+Tab to go to windowed mode and it unlocks. Still better than having to lose the whole match and Save Point.
If one just barely misses the post, the ball will bounce off instead of flying out of bounds.
Still can't see the contract length with your current club.
The music compared to Fifa 14 sucks; they tried to reinvent the wheel.
All in all, I still enjoy playing Fifa 15 over Fifa 14. The control is much better and one can actually draw fouls in Fifa 15 with ease. I used to never get fouled in Fifa 14; but I have noticed that the AI does some heavy tackles in Fifa 15 and it does irk me when I get heavy tackled 3 times in a row and no foul is called.... It's still realistic about fouls...
Themes: Professional Athletics
Release Date: September 23, 2014
Developer: EA Canada
Publisher: EA Sports