FIFA Soccer 13 (iOS)

The Good FIFA Soccer 13 is not only the best soccer game, but the best sports game on an iOS device. New skill moves are easier to pull off, making them integral to the game. Precise controls and fast-paced action make for excellent gameplay.

The Bad Skill levels still feel too far apart. Poor camera selections make playing on an iPhone difficult with very small players, forcing you to bring your iPhone much closer than you'd like.

The Bottom Line If you want a great soccer game for iOS, FIFA 13 hits the mark on almost every level. With tons of teams, new skill moves, and online multiplayer, this is the sports game to beat on iOS.

Editors' Rating
  • Setup 10.0
  • Features 10.0
  • Interface 9.0
  • Performance 9.0
9.5 Overall

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Review

FIFA Soccer 13 (iOS)

Sep 2012

FIFA Soccer 13 is another in a long line of "football" games from the popular franchise, but not only is it the best of the bunch, it might be the best sports game available on either the iPhone or iPad.

Having played many of the previous versions of the franchise on consoles and all of the various soccer games on mobile, FIFA 13 is the best soccer game on iOS, with 500 fully licensed teams to play with over 15,000 players, across 30 leagues. You can play as your favorite teams, pass to your favorite players with realistic attributes, and use new skill moves to get free and go for the goal.

The gameplay is tight with beautiful graphics as you take to the pitch in one of four game modes. Some modes will be familiar to players of earlier versions like Manager Mode and Quickmatch, with a few differences, but new online multiplayer means you can join up with other players or challenge your friends through EA's Origin, by connecting to Facebook, or through your iPhone or Gmail contacts. One major change is that Tournaments are no longer solely a part of Manager Mode, which means you can create a simple tournament without having to deal with team acquisitions or meet any budgets when you just want to play the game.

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