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EA's FIFA returns for another go at the beautiful game. One of the biggest changes this year is "First Touch Control", which adds a layer of unpredictability to ball control. The game uses player ratings and rate of speed to determine the quality of a pass and the ability to control it on the other end. EA has also improved the AI of your teammates, who now do a better job of positioning themselves for an attacking pass by making more aggressive runs into the defense. FIFA 13 features 32 skill games that are fun on their own, but also useful in helping you practice how to move, pass and shoot with greater control and precision. As always FIFA is loaded with single-player and multiplayer options for seasons, careers, ultimate team and tournaments. The new Club Match Day allows players to play real-life fixtures where real-life player performance is reflected in the games. FIFA fans will no doubt appreciate the gameplay improvements, and fans new to the franchise are in for one of the best sports games of the year. Score: 9 out of 10

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