Summary: I bought this game because I didn't have fifa 12. I was having fun until the game freezes at Intercity challenge final round. I googled this problem and looked like many people are having the same issue but no solutions. EA had no responses so I pretty much wasted my money. I will never buy ea sports games for wii.
Summary: When you buy a brand new game,the least you expect is to find all the new features they've been announcing fro a while i.e. New Voices, New Broadcasters, New "Experiece" with the graphics, but no, this is just the same Fifa 12 with updated rosters. Don't buy this game, it'll dissapoint you!
Summary: EA sports administrators will not answer questions about being accused of simply updating the rosters from Fifa 12 and selling it at new game prices. I guess it's up to you to decide if you want to donate your money to them. Yes, it would be a donation if you already own 12.
Summary: Lets face it, its tough to do a yearly update to sports games. Basically a developer needs to try to come up with all the fresh ideas they can and fix all the previous years flaws. Then of course there's the usual roster updates and uniform changes. With the WII version of FIFA 13 however, about all you get is a few minor menu changes, and roster update. Yes people, this game is 99.9% the exact same game as FIFA 12. Did EA not think people would notice?
Summary: This excerpt is all you need to know: EA offered a comment to Wired about the matter, telling the site that they "felt it was important to continue to offer fans the opportunity to play an authentic football experience on Wii," which is a nice way of saying that they don't care much for the Wii anymore. However, they also confirmed that indeed, FIFA 13 contains no new modes or features.
Summary: Same game, sold two years in a row. Except this one costs $50. I cannot believe that they get away with this. The ONLY thing changed is the player roster.. $50 for a player roster? You've got to be kidding.