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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.; 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.; 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.
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  • Powered by Frostbite: One of the industry's leading game engines, Frostbite delivers authentic,...
  • The Journey: For the first time ever in FIFA, live your story on and off the pitch as the Premier...
  • Own Every Moment: Complete innovation in the way players think and move, physically interact with...
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Video Game
Brand
Electronic Arts
Creator
Electronic Arts
Edition
Standard
ESRB Age Rating
Rating Pending
Genre
sports-and-outdoors-game-genre
Hardware Platform
Xbox One
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1
Label
Electronic Arts
Manufacturer Minimum Age
24
Number Of Items
1
Operating System
xbox_one
Package Quantity
1
Platform
Xbox One
Product Group
Video Games
Publisher
Electronic Arts
Release Date
2016-09-27
Studio
Electronic Arts
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!--[if gte mso 9]> <![endif]-- 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...

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  • EAN: 0014633368727
  • MPN: 36872
  • UPC: 014633368727
  • Model: 36872
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5 Comments
  1. Been absent from Fifa for a long time and 17 brought me back. Glad I decided to take a chance. Definitely worth it.

  2. My son absolutely loves this game. He has all the FIFA games and they are all great.Would love to see the USL players/teams included in 18.The build a character function is difficult to use otherwise great!

  3. I have played FIFA 15 and FIFA 16 on Xbox 360 and FIFA 17 on Xbox One S. ’17 plays and looks closer to a live Premier League match one might see on TV than the older versions. The realistic graphics will impress even the nit picky reviewers. Because ’17 “plays”with more realism, I’ve had to adjust my playing style on both sides of the ball, when defending and advancing. My teams in the first twenty matches at Professionl level in ’17 tournament versus the computer were scoreless or scored but one goal. I initially suffered one inglorious defeat after another. To succeed at both ends of the pitch, I now try to think and play like a real Chelsea footballer. One week later my US international team won a match against a competitive Eurpean team 6-0! Now it’s up to World Class level for me. Head-to-head competition requires a similar adjustment for both players and depending on how quickly that happens, they may experience a period of unequal play and lopsided games. Another new feature I particularly enjoy is the new commentary team for international matches. They’re a refreshing change. My only complaint so far is that EA limit the number of offline tournaments one can save to three. Makes no sense and triggers negative feelings every time I save results of a match. Even so ’17 is a beautiful game.

  4. I’m a OG gamer. Certainly not hardcore but I remember the days of Atari, NES, Sega Genisis, and I owned a PS1 and PS2 to which I have used an sold all of them. I bought a Wii several years ago and finally this year decided to get an Xbox. I remember Fifa on the PS1 and PS2. I loved both of those. I played soccer in college and overall love the sport. I’ve played this sparingly, just don’t have time. I really like the story line of the game if you play that mode. It’s pretty challenging to keep preforming well to keep a starting spot. The graphics are awesome but of course this is me remembering Fifa of like 15 years ago. Bought the game used to save money and bought the year prior. All in all it’s a pretty neat game even for old gamers like me:)

  5. Highly addicted to this game. Leaps and bounds above Fifa 16. I loved the story behind this and the ability to develop my career as a manager. Took Real Salt Lake to a dynasty and then left for the Burnley in the Premiere League. Shoot, talking about this makes me want to leave work early just to play again.

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