FIFA 14 (WP)
Sports 28 February 2014
A soccer simulation game, and the 21st installment in the FIFA series. The game was created by EA Canada development studio. As always, you can control players from your favorite teams in matches against living opponents or computer AI. FIFA 14's data base contains 15 thousand footballers from several dozen leagues from all over the world. As compared with the previous FIFA games, FIFA 14 brings about some crucial changes to gameplay mechanics, including improved ball physics. Furthermore, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions employ a new game engine, called Ignite (used also in Madden NFL 25), that ensures high quality graphics.
FIFA Mobile (WP)
Sports 11 October 2016
A mobile version of the most popular football game series, developed by EA Mobile. Compared to the original, the gameplay was adapted to the specifics of mobile devices, which called for some simplification. It's dynamic and arcade-like, although it also features a range of options, which allow you to manage your team and choose the right strategy. The game also features a special game mode called Attack Mode, in which you participate in a few-minutes-long matches and focus on attacking the opponent's goal. Additionally, FIFA mobile includes minigames, referencing the real-life current football events. You can start your own league, compete in online rankings with other teams, and build your team according to the Ultimate Team mode. The game utilizes the free-to-play mode with optional microtransactions, and the official license allowed for implementing 30 leagues, 650 teams and over 17000 players.
Active Soccer 2 (WP)
Sports 10 April 2015
An arcade soccer game inspired by the classic Sensible Soccer series. The game was developed by an Italian studio The Fox Software, which specializes in titles of this kind - it is popular mainly for such games as Ico Soccer for Nintendo DS or Throw In for PCs; the latter is a remake of the classic Kick Off 2. The game focuses on delivering an arcady experience and is played from the classic aerial view. The player does not have to get accustomed to using many buttons. The game offers over 800 national and club teams from all over the world, giving an opportunity to play different kinds of matches. Unfortunately, Active Soccer 2 does not use licenses, but the creators included a simple team editor, so the player does not have to use the default club and footballer names. One can play friendly matches, as well as both league and cup games, apart from taking part in the career mode, which is complemented by a simplistic managing module, requiring the player to develop adequate tactics, perform transfers and to take care of funding-related issues. Active Soccer 2 also offers a cross-platform online mode.