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FIFA 17 by EA Sports








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FIFA 17 is rated 2.7 out of 5 by 10.
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  • Platform: PlayStation 4
  • Publisher: EA Sports
  • Developer: EA Sports
  • Category: Sports , Soccer

Product Details:

Powered by Frostbite, FIFA 17 transforms the way you play, compete, and emotionally connect with the game. FIFA 17 immerses you in authentic football experiences by leveraging the sophistication of a new game engine, while introducing you to football players full of depth and emotion, and taking you to brand new worlds accessible only in the game. Complete innovation in the way players think and move, physically interact with opponents, and execute in attack lets you own every moment on the pitch.



The Start Of A Promising Career
by Matthew Kato

Introduce The Journey story mode within the natural gameplay experience while retaining the rest of the traditional modes


The player heads look really good, but they are inconsistent in conveying the character's emotions in the story mode


The voice actors do well, especially Hunter and his grandfather. Despite real-life managers appearing in the game, they are unfortunately mute


The Journey can be played by player switching through the whole team or by being player-locked only on Hunter. Either way, the new physicality initiated by depressing the left trigger comes through


Whether you're interested in the new story mode or not, the bevy of modes and slightly improved gameplay means FIFA 17 has something for everyone


Moderately High

Real-life soccer players act out their own destinies on the pitch with each passing minute, but that's trickier in video games. FIFA 17's new mode, The Journey, has no shortage of inspirations; every match and season is full of them. But The Journey is in an ambiguous position: It gives the illusion that you're directing the tale of Alex Hunter, but you're neither in control enough of Hunter to take ownership of him, and the story of the mode itself can struggle to synch up to his actions. Despite this, The Journey has memorable moments and is an admirable first step worth experiencing alongside the series' customary modes and improving gameplay.

The Journey is an elaborate wrapper for the traditional Be a Pro mode, using the match rating feature to assess Hunter's performance based on the quality of his passes, shots, and positioning. This increases his abilities (along with his results in training sessions) and determines whether he's among the starting 11 each week. Hunter experiences the ups and downs as a young phenom in the English Premier League, and we get a glimpse of his personal life.

The mode is at its best when it captures Hunter's awe of the situation, such as signing with his favorite club from his childhood (which you choose). Like Hunter, I geeked out at seeing current first-teamers in the background and soaked up the occasion. The solid voice acting and character models add to these moments, as do settings like Hunter's childhood bedroom. Developer EA Vancouver smartly kept the story mainly confined to the world of soccer; it takes some detours into Hunter's family life, but they are only okay.

See more of the review at Game Informer


Powered by Frostbite: One of the industry's leading game engines, Frostbite delivers authentic, true-to-life action, takes players to new football worlds, and introduces fans to characters full of depth and emotion in FIFA 17.

  • New Football Worlds: Frostbite injects even more detail into the worlds of FIFA 17. Experience all new environments like tunnels, locker rooms, the manager's office, and the team plane.
  • Authentic True-To-Life Action: Frostbite powers a truly immersive, story-driven experience that embeds you in football and lets you live through all of the emotions of the sport on and off the pitch.
  • Characters Full of Depth & Emotion: Frostbite delivers heightened realism for characters on and off the pitch. This leap in fidelity unlocks exciting new opportunities for telling stories and delivering engaging experiences for every player.

The Journey: For the first time ever in FIFA, live your story on and off the pitch as the Premier League's next rising star, Alex Hunter. Play on any club in the premier league, for authentic managers and alongside some of the best players on the planet. Experience brand new worlds in FIFA 17, all while navigating your way through the emotional highs and lows of The Journey.

  • Introducing Alex Hunter: A touted prospect, Alex Hunter is on a journey to make his mark in the Premier League. Emerging as one of the best young prospects in the academy, the expectations are high and the opportunity is there for Alex to perform on the world's biggest stage. Will you deliver?
  • Your Performance. Your Decisions. Your Unique Story.: In The Journey, Alex Hunter's Premier League career is impacted by your performance on the pitch, and the decisions you make off of it. Make critical decisions throughout the game that will change what happens next and how other characters react to you. Will you put your team first before your own success? The choice is yours.
  • Authentic Storylines: The Journey will pull you through a true-to-life experience in the Premier League. It's a cinematic world informed and influenced by real players, personalities, locations, and events that take you places you've never been and bring you experiences only available in FIFA 17.

Own Every Moment: Complete innovation in the way players think and move, physically interact with opponents, and execute in attack puts you in complete control of every moment on the pitch.

  • Set Piece Rewrite: From free kicks to penalties to corner kicks, inject personality and experience control from every dead ball situation.
  • Physical Play Overhaul: A transformation in the way players physically interact in all areas of the pitch. Control is now in your hands as you battle for space and possession.
  • Active Intelligence System: A brand new system introduces constant spatial analysis, increases activity off the ball, and changes the way players move, read, and react.
  • New Attacking Techniques: New options in attack give players more ways to create chances and finish in front of goal.

Important Information:

If you are a fan of the FIFA Soccer franchise, check out all the latest FIFA 17 games and accessories available for Xbox and PlayStation now.

Rated 2 out of 5 by from Stay Away Horrific. Good graphics doesn't compensate for horrible gameplay. I played all the fifa's since 08 and I must say since fifa 15 they have backtracked. The AI just has way too many flaws and it messes up and cost you losses all the time. Please stay away. This game is a big L
Date published: 2017-04-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Just sad. I bought this game the day it came out and played it until like February before I returned it. It was fun at first but once you start to play competitively or play online the game becomes absolutely worthless. Terrible matchmaking in seasons and ultimate team. You will constantly play people with Messi and Ronaldo even if you are using a team of average players. Ultimate team is literally about who can spend more real money on packs until they get Ronaldo/Messi. Graphics are the only good part of the game. If you are a real soccer fan try to find something else this will just frustrate you beyond belief. The game is designed by people from EA Canada who never watch soccer/futbol so the players movements are unrealistic and just bad. Don't waste your time and money on FIFA or honestly just EA Sports games in general. This is a good game for little kids not real fans of the sport
Date published: 2017-04-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best FIfa Ever All these bad reviews make no sense. This is the best FIFA ever but it's not perfect. The graphics look amazing on Frostbite and the gameplay is really fluid. My favorite FIFA of all time
Date published: 2017-04-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The Best fifa game yet This game is very fun it has more game modes then ever they have the journey more than ever. The graphics are kind of a problem for me they are not great but a upgrade from last years fifa. I'm happy though that this game has cut scenes like more games are having now. It is fun for while but it my not be fun in the long term unless your a big soccer fan.
Date published: 2016-12-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Almost Perfect Fifa is so good, and this year they came out with an outstanding game. They have a couple more things to add, but besides that, it is fantastic, and I recommend it to anyone that likes football/soccer.
Date published: 2016-12-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by from FIFA 17 is absolute garbage I've been playing FIFA since they first began and I can tell you that this is the only game I have ever smashed and thrown in the trash. There are so many ridiculous things that randomly happen in this gameplay online. I've played 10's of thousands of online matches and it's senseless to play a game that is such nonsense. There is a lot of finesse and skill involved, and it is worthless in this release. Defenders won't select properly, they run past the ball when you are pointing your player there. You try to smash a goal one on one with the goalie and it taps a ground ball to the goalie. Almost all finesse shots end up directly to the keeper even after a side juke, power shots, and headers too. Try to setup a cross that is towards the front line of the box and it sails it right into the goalie's hands. Take a shot from outside the box and the player that is not in range will suddenly block the ball somehow. Players are so clumsy it's absurd. Start with a kickoff and even running away from teammate they will somehow move to your path to cut you off or get tangled up. It's just the worst designed game I've ever played. It's a dumpster fire this game. Makes me have ZERO faith in what they will put out next year. May never buy another EA FIFA again after this one. Terrible!!
Date published: 2016-12-17
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Bring back Fifa 12 The gameplay is so atrocious. You can only have one guest in online matches (used to be like 4). This game just is not fun like previous installments. It's like driving a car with the parking break on.While the REPLAY graphics are great (when it actually follows the ball), the gameplay is no different from PS3. Skip it.
Date published: 2016-11-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great visuals but lacks a major option I am old school couch co-op. This game would get a 10 had it not been for the fact I can only have one guest (as opposed to two or three) in an online match. That just seems weird. Like the arbitrary decision just to force the third friend to buy a whole setup. The graphics are great imo (you can see nutmegs and ankles snap on hard tackles) and the gameplay is good enough. Just wish me and my kids could play together online without having to pass the sticks.
Date published: 2016-10-24
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