Summary: Good game play, fun, and pretty additive. But somehow I have found it too easy to beat the computer even in the most difficult level. Many reviews say FIFA 13 is just FIFA 12. Well I do not have FIFA 12, so that does not bother me at all.
A good gift for my brother-in-law, but certainly not for everyone
4 January 2013
Summary: Before buying this for my brother-in-law I read most of the other reviews and most of them were *very* negative, and I understand why. It's basically the same game with a roster update, which is why I'm "only" giving it 4 stars. However, my brother-in-law is from Italy and he's a *huge* soccer fan. Really, it's the same game as last year, with a roster update, but he really cares about the roster update so it is a better game to him.
Summary: I have 3 kids which are 6, 9 and 12 years old and all of them have enjoyed a lot to play FIFA Soccer 13. The game has several variants like playing between the biggest team of the world (of course Boca Juniors and Barcelona are included), playing in a square, and being an amateur player that has to train, play and grow in his professional career.
Summary: Bought this game for my 10 year old daughter who is the proverbial tomboy. As the game is practically two years old at this point it is greatly reduced in price and a real bargain at just over a tenner. Updates to the players/teams seems to be the only main difference between the versions and she is completely unbothered by the fact that Bale no longer plays for Spurs, and that Rooney's hair looks a lot different today than it does in FIFA 2013!