FIFA a realistic game moving forward from anqilan456's blog

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The idea this is commendable, and it will no doubt wind up creating FIFA a realistic game moving forward. On the other hand FIFA 23 coins, the new attribute has not been popular so far.because they have executed it really, really, really poorly. Here are a few of the early player testimonials: Rafijoza remarks:"This game is completely **** Passes in this game is just like 5 years old kids who's playing school". "Perfect for normies who want to just cross the ball and take outside the box and pray for a blessed goal" is Vaisov's view. Cameron, gives us this insight: "PASSING! Absolutely not one of my passes go anywhere near where I'm intending, everything gets intercepted and it's ruining the game."

Crosses, for example, will seem as if they're going to fly out of play but then suddenly drop out of the sky. Bounces feel inconsistent and make it hard to estimate how best to receive them. Relatively light tackles will occasionally send the ball while sliding in with force can feel like the thing touched in any way, flying away. No doubt there will be upgrades to fine tune this, but until then it is likely to drive people mad.Commentary remains the same as last year using Martin Tyler and Alan Smith performing the domestic games and Lee Dixon and Derek Rae doing the European nights.

There's not too much more to say than this about it but I want to express my feelings through the medium of the bizarre tweet weekly Ezequiel Mangala obtained from a City fan. Albeit tweaked slightly to make sense in the current context.Alan Smith seriously mate no staged please simply don't commentate again fifa not suited to u pal your crap no hard feelings simply not worked out. Go watch some highlights of that and see how far behind FIFA somehow is cheap FUT 23 coins.


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