Pick My Home Store

Get access to great in-store deals and local pick-up

Exclusive Deals

Sign up for our email deals newsletter!

2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil by Electronic Arts

BUY PRE-OWNED

$9.99

$8.99

PowerUp Rewards Pro Price
Learn More

BUY DOWNLOAD

$60.00

  • Available now
    Additional fees and charges may apply
  • Downloads to U.S. addresses only
  • Download orders are not eligible for returns or credits
  • Price shown is for currency to be used in your Microsoft account. Sales tax is not included. At redemption, state and local taxes may apply based on the address of the Microsoft account of the redeeming party.
E
  • Online Interactions Not Rated by the ESRB
2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 7.
  • y_2017, m_5, d_23, h_1
  • bvseo_bulk, prod_bvrr, vn_bulk_1.0.0-hotfix-1
  • cp_1, bvpage1
  • co_hasreviews, tv_0, tr_7
  • loc_en_US, sid_113794, prod, sort_[SortEntry(order=SUBMISSION_TIME, direction=DESCENDING)]
  • clientName_gamestop
  • bvseo_sdk, net_sdk, 3.2.0.0
  • CLOUD, getAggregateRating, 11ms
  • REVIEWS, PRODUCT
  • Platform: Xbox 360
  • Publisher: Electronic Arts
  • Developer: EA Canada
  • Category: Sports , Soccer
  • Players:1 - 4 Offline Players

Product Details:

Experience all the Fun, Excitement, and Drama of Football's Greatest Event. Multiple improvements and innovations to the award-winning gameplay of FIFA 14, plus 100 new animations, make EA SPORTS 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil the most accessible, fun, and exciting EA SPORTS FIFA title on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. Bring to life the world's greatest tournament by choosing from 203 National Teams in the deepest set of modes ever in a tournament title from EA SPORTS. Immerse yourself in the FIFA World Cup as you play in authentic Brazilian stadiums, and recognize the support of newly rendered crowds created to replicate the passion and pageantry of the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil.

PATRIOTIC PRESENTATION

Feel the support of a Nation with all-new crowd scenes including banners, flags, and seat cards in the stadium, and from Live City events in all corners of the World. Score a goal with England and hear from fans live in Trafalgar Square. Painted faces, patriotic outfits, and all-new crowd renderings bring the World Cup atmosphere to life. Stadium confetti, fireworks, and streamers contribute to the pomp and pageantry of the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

UNPRECEDENTED DEPTH AND AUTHENTICITY

Bringing to life the world's greatest sporting event by showcasing the world's best footballers performing for their country, and delivering the most authentic and exhilarating presentation in the EA SPORTS FIFA series on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.

Capturing the storylines and drama of the 2014 FIFA World Cup through the deepest set of modes ever in a tournament title from EA SPORTS. In total, more than 10 Game Modes are available.

Choose from 203 official national teams and play in all 12 authentic World Cup stadiums plus many more venues during the qualifying stages.

KEY MODES

Road to the FIFA World Cup

The most immersive tournament mode in EA SPORTS history. Choose any of the 203 National Teams sanctioned by FIFA, play with up to 32 players locally through qualifying rounds, and proceed on to the group stages of 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil. Along the way, get tournament updates from EA SPORTS Talk Radio.

Captain Your Country

EA SPORTS 2014 FIFA World Cup marks the return of one of the most popular FIFA game modes of all time. Start from the bottom, work your way up the squad list and eventually lead your country through qualifying, and on to the FIFA World Cup. A brand new auto-positioning system makes the mode accessible to new players.

Road to Rio de Janeiro

Players progress across a map of Brazil's 12 host cities in licensed and authentic stadiums. Compete in Online Stages with any of the 203 National Teams to advance, remain in a city, or be relegated. Win the final of 12 stages to hoist the FIFA World Cup Trophy at Estadio do Maracana in Rio.

Online FIFA World Cup

Compete in the Group Stage and World Cup Finals. Win seven games in a row against online competition to hoist the coveted FIFA World Cup trophy.

Story of Qualifying

Play over 60 real scenarios that the world witnessed during the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifying stages.

Story of Finals (online)

Activated at the beginning of the tournament and updated throughout, play challenges based on the narrative of the day's events.

Additional Modes

2014 FIFA World Cup, Kick Off, Skill Games, Online Friendlies, EA SPORTS Football Club.

KEY FEATURES

World Class Control -- All-new control system which includes additional dribbles and flicks. New passing animations, including both ground and outside of the foot curling passes, will open the door to more attacking options.

Set Piece Tactics -- Turn quicker at every angle and keep the ball under control. Using the left trigger, fans will find success beating opponents at slow speeds with the new dribbling system. Plus, use all-new new flicks, dribbles, and a new Brazilian-inspired skill move to beat defenders.

New Penalty Kicks -- Feel the drama of FIFA World Cup penalty kicks with new save animations and a shot tuning that puts players in control of their nation's fate. Penalty Kicks in the run of play now have players on the edge of the box and ready to rush at spilled shots. Also, distract the kick-taker by using Goalkeeper Antics to throw them off using a series of animations including wobbly-knees, matador, and shoot-it-there animations.

Over-the-Back Headers -- Jump over your opponent's back to win the possession battle and head the ball. In one example - defenders can now jump over the back of a holding attacker to clear the ball to safety.

adidas® Ball Physics -- EA SPORTS and adidas® partner to deliver the most realistic ball physics system on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. Taking physics data from the adidas Innovation Lab in Herzogenaurach, Germany, EA SPORTS FIFA development team implemented it in EA SPORTS 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil to give the Brazuca and other adidas balls true-to-life flight and grass friction in the game.

adidas® micoach Training -- Complete adidas micoach training sessions to boost in-game attributes for individual players on your team. Choose from six different attribute boosts and 18 different drills to improve your players' performance during the tournament.

2014 FIFA World Cup - Group Stage Schedule

Key Features

  • World Class Control - Control the ball in possession with an all-new control system using:
    • Response Dribbling - Turn quicker at every angle and keep the ball under control. Using the left trigger, fans will find success beating opponents at slow speeds with the new dribbling system. Plus, use all-new new flicks, dribbles, and a new Brazilian-inspired skill move to beat defenders.
    • Pinpoint Passing - Key passing improvements and new animations result in crisper, more accurate, direct, and responsive passing. Ground crosses, outside of the foot curling crosses, and personality given to clearances make moving the ball more satisfying and precise than ever.
  • Explosive Movement - Change direction on and off the ball with purpose and get to space. Players are able to accelerate, decelerate, and change direction quickly on and off the ball, as well as make tight dribble turns and close touches on the ball while dribbling at pace.
  • Set Piece Tactics - New tactics will have opponents fearing set pieces from the flank or during corner kicks. Using the D-pad players tell their teammates to make runs to the near post, far post, edge of the box, or have them crowd the keeper.
  • adidas® Ball Physics - EA SPORTS and adidas® partner to deliver the most realistic ball physics system on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. Taking physics data from the adidas Innovation Lab in Herzogenaurach, Germany, EA SPORTS FIFA development team implemented it in EA SPORTS 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil to give the Brazuca and other adidas balls true-to-life flight and grass friction in the game.
  • New Penalty Kicks - Feel the drama of FIFA World Cup penalty kicks with new save animations and a shot tuning that puts players in control of their nation's fate. Penalty Kicks in the run of play now have players on the edge of the box and ready to rush at spilled shots. Also, distract the kick-taker by using Goalkeeper Antics to throw them off using a series of animations including wobbly-knees, matador, and shoot-it-there animations.
  • Over-the-Back Headers - Jump over your opponent's back to win the possession battle and head the ball. In one example - defenders can now jump over the back of a holding attacker to clear the ball to safety.
  • adidas® micoach Training - Complete adidas micoach training sessions to boost in-game attributes for individual players on your team. Choose from six different attribute boosts and 18 different drills to improve your players' performance during the tournament.

Key Modes

  • Road to the FIFA World Cup - The most immersive tournament mode in EA SPORTS history. Choose from any of the 203 National Teams sanctioned by FIFA and play with up to 32 players locally through the qualifying rounds, and proceed on to the group stages of 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil. Along the way, get tournament updates from EA SPORTS Talk Radio.
  • Captain Your Country - EA SPORTS 2014 FIFA World Cup marks the return of one of the most popular FIFA game modes of all time. Start from the bottom, work your way up the squad list and eventually lead your country through qualifying, and on to the FIFA World Cup. A brand new auto-positioning system makes the mode accessible to new players.
  • Road to Rio de Janeiro (online) - Players progress across a map of Brazil's 12 host cities in licensed and authentic stadiums. Compete in Online Stages with any of the 203 National Teams to advance, remain in a city, or be relegated. Win the final of 12 stages to hoist the FIFA World Cup Trophy at Estadio do Maracana in Rio.
  • Online FIFA World Cup - Compete in the Group Stage and World Cup Finals. Win seven games in a row against online competition to hoist the coveted FIFA World Cup trophy.
  • Story of Qualifying - Play over 60 real scenarios that the world witnessed during the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifying stages.
  • Story of Finals (online) - Activated at the beginning of the tournament and updated throughout, play challenges based on the narrative of the day's events.
  • Additional Modes - 2014 FIFA World Cup, Kick Off, Skill Games, Online Friendlies, EA SPORTS Football Club.

Presentation

  • Patriotic Presentation - Feel the support of an entire nation with all-new crowd scenes including banners, flags, and seat cards in the stadium, and from Live City events in all corners of the world. Score a goal with England and see fans cheering live in Trafalgar Square. All-new crowd renderings bring the World Cup atmosphere to life.
  • EA SPORTS Talk Radio - Receive dynamic tournament updates from your choice of Andy Goldstein and Ian Darke, or Michael Davies and Roger Bennett (Men in Blazers) as you play through various offline modes in English. Over 50 hours of recorded audio keeps the narrative fresh and entertaining.
  • Authenticity by the numbers:
    • Teams - 203 teams sanctioned by FIFA.
    • Players - 7,469 players in the game.
    • Managers - 19 officially licensed managers.
    • Stadiums - 21 new stadiums, including all 12 authentic stadiums in Brazil.
    • Commentary - Over 15 hours of added in-game commentary.

Specifications:

Game Features:

Number of Online Players
1 - 2 Players
Number of Players
1 - 4 Offline Players
Offline Modes
1 - 4 Players Offline Co-op
Sound
Dolby Digital

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 5 out of 5 by from Better than I expected actually!:)) Im actually a huge football (soccer) fan but when it comes to games, I don't have huge expectations!
Date published: 2014-08-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good and bad This game is very exciting and looking forward to buy it before the world cup. But after it is over, the excitement of playing this game is kind of over. It is some what like 2010 WC game but this is better because it has updated teams and all and the Soundtrack is great! Good game to keep as a memory. It would've been better to buy it before the WC
Date published: 2014-07-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from superb im not going to say to much, but I just want to add that you will feel like your in Brazil when you play this,
Date published: 2014-05-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from GREAT GAME!! I love everything about this game! the graphics are great for my xbox i love the game it is hard for me to get off of it
Date published: 2014-04-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Much better then 2010 World Cup The game is awesome. The only letdown I can think of is that its not on the next gen consols and the graphics are the same as fifa 14. But it has much more pros like captain your country (a mode thats pretty much career mode), World cup, world cup online, road to rio, kick off and much more.
Date published: 2014-04-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It is a great game if you like soccer. I think that the producer of the game knew what they were doing when they made this game. It is better than the last one but the only suggestion is that they should have released it a month later so all the people who wanted to buy it would get tired of FIFA 14 first and they would want a new soccer game.q
Date published: 2014-04-22
Rated 2 out of 5 by from This is basically FIFA WC 2010 I am a big World Cup fan. The thrill of your country or any other country I'm rooting for, seeing them play is just awesome. So here this game came out yesterday and it feels like I'm playing the same game that I played in 2010. Now this can be good and bad. To me it left a bad taste in my mouth. World Cup 2010 was an awesome game at the time. Everything was pretty much perfect. Hearing about World Cup 2014 as how it was going to be made to the limits of xbox 360, made me excited again to get this game. After playing this version though, it looks like they reached the xbox 360 limits in 2010. The game does not bring anything significant to the table to make it worth getting. Now if you have never played any previous World Cup games or skipped the 2010, I think this will be the game for you, as you will get to learn how to play the game with mini skill challenges that the game offers, which is kind of nice. So let me put this in a pro and cons list. Pro: -Up to date team members of each national team. -Great same gameplay as 2010 -Has mini games(skill challenges/training). Great for beginners and skilled alike. -Now you can listen to commentaries from 2 radio world cup shows, or play EA sound track instead during training or while at the menu list before your next match. (Kind of cool.) Cons: -While FIFA 14 was available on all platforms, this one is not. (Xbox One version would have been great and should have been made) -Graphics are the same and possibly (not noticeable) slightly worse than 2010 version. -Road to Rio, does not work as the servers seem to be screwed up. -Servers seem to not be able to connect to players on launch day. (You don't always get what you pay for) -Commentaries have pretty much not changed at all during game. Just a huge disappointing port of voices over from 2010. (I thought this was a new game that hopefully was worked on for 4 years... looks like not at all.) -EA -Fun facts on each country or any other info are completely gone. -Common weird glitches with players colliding and flying like balls themselves. More thoughts: The biggest disappointment is that they were so lazy and probably late on the game that they did an eh job so they didn't make this game available for Xbox One or PS4. That alone, right there is not worth the $60 for an older console. If this were like $40 at launch it would have actually be more appealing. I say wait till World Cup starts, you'll be able to pick up a pre-owned copy of it for $40 or less. EA just continues it's fails with inability to release new games. From what I heard this happened before with another FIFA title. I think it was the FIFA13 that looked and worked exactly the same as FIFA12, just had a different number on the title. Now I don't want to focus on EA as a company, but to keep this as a game review. This game should have been more and could have been, but this one does not deserve the price tag or the 5 stars. You might as well go play FIFA WC 2010, the servers don't work in either one.
Date published: 2014-04-16
  • y_2017, m_5, d_23, h_1
  • bvseo_bulk, prod_bvrr, vn_bulk_1.0.0-hotfix-1
  • cp_1, bvpage1
  • co_hasreviews, tv_0, tr_7
  • loc_en_US, sid_113794, prod, sort_[SortEntry(order=SUBMISSION_TIME, direction=DESCENDING)]
  • clientName_gamestop
  • bvseo_sdk, net_sdk, 3.2.0.0
  • CLOUD, getReviews, 14ms
  • REVIEWS, PRODUCT