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2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil
8.2 out of 10

2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil

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Overall 8

2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil (for PlayStation 3)

PC Magazine
11 July 2014
  • Conclusion: This "Brazilified" version of FIFA 14 captures the spirit of the World Cup with a new presentation style, team rosters, and game modes. Soccer (ahem, "football") enthusiasts will enjoy total immersion in this year's World Cup events, but next-gen console gamers are left out.
  • Pros: Captures the spirit of the Brazilian World Cup. New dribbling system adds flexibility. Exciting challenges based on real-world events from this year's World Cup.
  • Cons: Frustrating new passing system. Only available on Xbox 360 and PS3—a step down for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One players.
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Overall 7

FIFA World Cup Brazil Review: a brief glimpse into the game of soccer

PlayStation Universe
16 May 2014
  • Summary: FIFA World Cup 2014 has enough for both newcomers and veterans alike, but the appeal is embedded so deeply in the World Cup playoffs that that appeal won't last past the actual soccer season.
  • Pros: Appealing control schemes, Top-notch commentation, Pristine gameplay
  • Cons: Limited game mode longevity, Mixed bag for newcomers, Missing from PS4 game roster
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Overall 4

Family-friendly soccer simulation captures thrill of FIFA.

Common Sense Media
3 May 2014
  • Summary: Parents need to know EA Sports' 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil is a family-friendly soccer simulation based on the 2014 World Cup games that features digital versions of real soccer stars.
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Overall 8

2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil

Game Over Online
29 April 2014
  • Excerpt: Initially, I had an internal debate over how to write this review. I have to admit, I was tempted to write it backwards. After playing FIFA 14 on the PS4 since launch, going back to the PS3 graphics and framerate issues was hard to take at first.
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Overall 8

2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil Review – PlayStation 3

Game Chronicles
29 April 2014
  • Excerpt: Every four years or so EA gets to really take advantage (i.e. hose gamers) with their FIFA license and release multiple $60 soccer games. Normally we see the annual FIFA release (clubs and select national teams), and the World Cup edition every 4 years (just national teams with World Cup graphics).
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Overall 5

2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil review

16 April 2014
  • Conclusion: Essentially last-gen FIFA 14 with a World Cup mode and a bit of presentational spit and polish. Not worth the money.
  • Pros: The presentation is vibrant and evocative, Put off penalty takers with the wobbly knees schtick, 20 new stadiums and 15 hours of extra commentary
  • Cons: The actual football has barely changed, Madden and NBA 2K still outdo it TV-presentation-wise, Slow framerate if you're used to playing on next-gen
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Overall 9

EA Sports 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil Review

15 April 2014
  • Summary: With its superb atmosphere and genuinely innovative inclusions, this is perhaps the best World Cup tie-in of recent times. It instantly creates a buzz of excitement about the tournament, which should be a vivid celebration of soccer in a place where the sport is virtually a religion.
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Overall 8

Expert Review

15 April 2014
  • Summary: There are people out there who are more jaded by FIFA's yearly release cycle than they are by the schoolboy "tactics" Roy Hodgson employs as England manager. Year after year we're asked to part with our hard-earned cash in exchange for a game that, on the surface at least, changes little with each...
  • Pros: Focus on attacking play makes for exciting matches, Over-the-back headers make it more difficult to score from corners, Unique and engaging audio and visual presentation, All 203 FIFA-recognised national teams are included and fully licensed
  • Cons: Crowd animations are still awful
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Overall 1

2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil review – official souvenir

2 weeks ago
  • Summary: A promotional tie-in more than a fully-featured video game, but as long as you know what you’re getting into this at least conjurers an enjoyably colourful footballing atmosphere.
  • Pros: Excellent presentation, including all the official stadia, kit, and players, and some particularly good commentary. The basic FIFA 14 gameplay is still perfectly sound.
  • Cons: All the gameplay changes are extremely minor and offer little to no improvement. Smaller range of game modes and options than FIFA 14 and yet for almost the same price.
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EA Sports FIFA World Cup 2014 Brazil Review

iLL Gaming
24 May 2014
  • Excerpt: The stage is set, the clock’s ticking in, heartbeats have started skipping, it is time for the world to drench up in the biggest competitive sport on the planet – The FIFA World Cup 2014 in [...]
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