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Goalkeeper play With FIFA 15 has changed in big ways

The new FIFA 15 football game, due to be released next month on Xbox and PS, will be the most realistic yet, claim developers. “The ‘Feel the Game’ campaign celebrates the arrival of FIFA 15 and depicts how players are now so close to the action they can literally feel the emotion of every tackle, save and goal,” reads the press release. “Immersed in the game’s world, the film shows FIFA fans experiencing everything that the players feel. Fans are plunged onto the pitch for an in-game view of the action, separated only by a thin television screen.”

The FIFA 15 development team created the next-generation football player, ensuring players appear true to their physical form. An all-new physically-based rendering lighting system changes the way players look, ensuring users are able to see a level of detail in players' faces which hasn't been possible before. New body rigging and character models make players feel powerful and athletic, while kits move realistically and react with the environment, becoming dirty with mud and grass as the match unfolds.

Goalkeeper play has remained the same for many years. With FIFA 15, it changes in big ways. For one, animations and control have been improved. For goalkeepers, who are very reliant on twitch-movement, this is a big move. A professional goalkeeper was brought in by EA specifically for motion capturing, meaning what you see in-game is a reflection of real body movements by a pro. You'll now see much more accurate dives, so some of those awkward goals seen in the past should be history. The A.I. has been given a lot of attention, as such goalkeepers behave in a more realistic fashion. They'll track the ball like their real-world counterparts, and also occasionally make small but costly mistakes.



Keeping with the subject of keepers, they will also display a wider range of emotion thanks to the new ‘emotional intelligence’ that they and the rest of the players on the pitch now possess.  This is effectively a contextually appropriate animation designed to further enhance the presentation by adding another layer of realism in how players respond to in-game moments.  In short, when they are frustrated by something in-game that is understandably frustrating.  Or thrilled if circumstances were more consistently positive.  Honestly, though, this had little if any impact on the experience.

Scoring helps drive a lot of the game's emotion, of course, and scoring gets a lot of help this year with new momentum-based ball physics. Defenders and the goalkeeper will get in the way of more shots, but their rebounds will be less predictable and more apt to bounce further away. In past editions, the absence of momentum meant balls would stop dead and fall to the earth once they hit something; that made it easy for the defense to take possession of missed shots, and thus shot opportunities were almost too precious. The chance to get a second bite at the apple is nice, knowing the scoring chance I so carefully created doesn't go entirely to waste if I can keep the ball low and try to play a rebound.

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FIFA 15 is a lot of fun and does pretty much exactly what it sets out to do. If you're looking for tactics, in-depth press conferences, scout suggestions, and serious player movement, this game probably isn't for you. If you want to do all that and still play through match after match, there really is no better option on the market at the moment.
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