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Yet there are reasons to choose this over its resurgent rival.

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12:36 am
October 9, 2016


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Some flaws return. Where Pro Evo facilitates contemplative play, particularly in central midfield, Fifa still feels geared towards working the ball upfield as quickly as possible, prioritising fast wingers and mazy dribbles. More annoyingly, play on any difficulty above World Class (four stars, in old school parlance) and it can often be impossible to regain possession once your AI opponent takes the lead. In real life, that advantage turns most winning sides nervous in the dying embers of a match. In Fifa, it too often gives every opponent magnetised insteps.
Variety is also a small issue. Play a Master League campaign in PES as an English second-tier side and you’ll compete against an assortment of strategies and tactics, depending on your opposition: triangular passing, long balls at physical forwards, and all things in between. In Fifa 17’s career mode, at the same Championship standard, every AI competitor attempts the same possession-focussed ground game. New features such as board objectives keep the mode interesting, but long play sessions can feel laborious with little to differentiate the play styles of Chelsea, Cardiff and/or Cheltenham Town.
Yet there are reasons to choose this over its resurgent rival. Limit yourself to exhibition matches alone and PES plays the (marginally) better game of football – but no one does that. Fifa’s card-collecting Ultimate Team, where you assemble a dream roster by amassing Panini-style cards, remains unsurpassed by any contemporary, and its package is bolstered by features such as online seasons, Pro Clubs, and 50 real tournaments. And while it seems passé to mention licences, Fifa again dwarfs its rival where real kits, faces, stadia and presentation are concerned. Although some of these elements can be tackled in PES with a quick file download, this factor remains a deal-breaker for many fans, cementing FIFA 17
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’s status as the complete footballing package. The Journey, really, is just the beginning of what is on offer here.

Some flaws return. Where Pro Evo facilitates contemplative play, particularly in central midfield, Fifa still feels geared towards working the ball upfield as quickly as possible, prioritising fast wingers and mazy dribbles. More annoyingly, play on any difficulty above World Class (four stars, in old school parlance) and it can often be impossible to regain possession once your AI opponent takes the lead. In real life, that advantage turns most winning sides nervous in the dying embers of a match. In Fifa, it too often gives every opponent magnetised insteps.

Variety is also a small issue. Play a Master League campaign in PES as an English second-tier side and you’ll compete against an assortment of strategies and tactics, depending on your opposition: triangular passing, long balls at physical forwards, and all things in between. In Fifa 17’s career mode, at the same Championship standard, every AI competitor attempts the same possession-focussed ground game. New features such as board objectives keep the mode interesting, but long play sessions can feel laborious with little to differentiate the play styles of Chelsea, Cardiff and/or Cheltenham Town.

Yet there are reasons to choose this over its resurgent rival. Limit yourself to exhibition matches alone and PES plays the (marginally) better game of football – but no one does that. Fifa’s card-collecting Ultimate Team, where you assemble a dream roster by amassing Panini-style cards, remains unsurpassed by any contemporary, and its package is bolstered by features such as online seasons, Pro Clubs, and 50 real tournaments. And while it seems passé to mention licences, Fifa again dwarfs its rival where real kits, faces, stadia and presentation are concerned. Although some of these elements can be tackled in PES with a quick file download, this factor remains a deal-breaker for many fans, cementing Fifa 17’s status as the complete footballing package. The Journey, really, is just the beginning of what is on offer here.

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