From the previews and FIFA 13 trailers we have seen on the web it remains to be indecisive. Anyone can create a great video game trailer but when it comes down to the business of actually testing out the game it can we way off course to how it was made out on the trailer.
EA SPORTS haven’t released too much information on FIFA 13 but just general FIFA 13 features information that will be in this year’s release.
Many FIFA fans have wanted plenty of features in the upcoming game, however EA cannot fit in all of these features, which is understandable, and they wouldn’t do that anyway because they will lose money putting in a whole ton of new features which would mean many wouldn’t want to even buy the next year release. No problem with that, every company does it, a good an example of this is the big old’ APPLE.
While we can’t realistically expect any game developers to put in all of our ideas you would think they would at least improve the basic core features that are already in the game, such as:
Over the years, EA SPORTS have improved the spectators in FIFA with every release but the crowds in all the matches for different teams just don’t seem ‘real’ enough, It just feels all orchestrated and robotic if you know what I mean.
It’s not hard for the developers at EA SPORTS Vancouver to work on the fans and make them more realistic and more lively, everyone seems to act the same when a goal is scored. Instead of having all the fans jump up in enjoy have a few fans that perhaps take off their shirt or even cry with joy because their team have scored.
When goals are conceded, the camera could zoom in and focus on fans or a fan to grab their reaction to their team’s goal conceed.
The 4th official and the linesmen:
EA bang on about FIFA 12 being the most realistic football simulator game that has ever been created, which is true to a certain extent but it seems they have become lazy with some of the basic core features that we see in real life football.
When injury or extra time is added in a real life football game, you usually see the 4th official holding up a board that tells the players, the managers and the fans how many injury time minutes are there before the whistle blows to declare half time/extra time ect.
Why is it that in FIFA 12 this is not included? I really can’t see FIFA 13 rocking this basic core feature his either. Personally, I think it is lazy not to develop and include one of the most realistic features that you see all the time in real life football matches.
Coming on to the linesmen, why don’t we see more interaction with them? Again, like the crowd, they seem very robotic and throughout the 90 minute matches played on FIFA, they do everything the same, their whole movement is the same, body language the full monty. It is really boring, at least make them run different like Ronaldo or something at intervals!
I could go on for a full year on the list of FIFA 13 features that should be worked on and included in the game but I think you understand where I’m coming from.