FIFA 13 on Wii U contains three revolutionary new ways to play bring players of all abilities together, making this the most accessible FIFA console game ever made. Families can play together in Co-op Mode, where one player manages and up to four others play. Team Management Control features interactive radar to send players on supporting runs, attacking or defensive, and touch screen control to change tactics, formations or subs on the fly. Experience the thrill of managing your favourite soccer club in Manage Match, directing players from the sidelines and even giving half-time talks. Plus, view a statistical analysis of the match and any player at any time.
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Fifa has long been one of the leading franchises in not only sports games, but in games in general. Time and time again they have produced games that play and feel very realistic, and that provide the user with a great gaming experience. FIFA 13 for the Wii U is no exception to that. FIFA's newest addition to their franchise includes some great new features, and is proving to be a very interesting and fun game in its own ways.
A number of great new features have been added to the Wii U version of FIFA 13. For example, users can manage the match in real time, meaning they can substitute players, change formations, and so on. FIFA 13, like other FIFA games, provides an extensive list of teams and leagues, with the ability to use players from those teams, and play in hose clubs. FIFA 13 even adds the Saudi Professional League to the list of leagues on the game.
A number of modes have been changed on the Wii U version. In career mode, not only can users manage clubs, but they can also manage international teams. A big added feature of FIFA 13 is the Ultimate Team feature, or FIFA Ultimate Team (FUT). In FIFA Ultimate Team, you can create your team from real life players. You can them compete using your players against teams on the internet. If you win you get coins which you can use to buy cards which improve your teams and players. You can buy decks of cards and single cards.
FIFA games are made to be as realistic as possible, and the Wii U is no exception to this. The players in the game are all real players, and even the stadiums in the game are real life stadiums, found all over the world. There are 26 real life stadiums found in the game. 4 of the stadiums in this game are new additions to the franchise. The teams are all real teams, both international and club teams.
The Wii U version of the game is different to other platforms in a number of ways. The use of the Wii U Gamepad helps the user to be completely immersed in the gameplay, which in turn helps the game to be a lot more realistic. People can use the Gamepad to better aim the ball and take penalty kicks, which eliminates the "hit and hope" aspect that some previous soccer games had.
Overall, FIFA 13 for Wii U is a great new gaming experience. The use of the Wii U Gamepad adds an aspect of realism that is not available to other gaming platforms. FIFA is one of the leading names in soccer games, and for good reason. This game is no exception to the fact that FIFA games are leading the way. The addition of several new features proves the fact that FIFA is looking foreword in their games, and we can expect to see games getting better and more realistic as time goes on.