Also people are not saying I give up on fifa I'm just going to spend it all on packs since it doesn't matter anymore and the game is old... Like pasts years which must mean lots of people like the game for once despite the complaints of
Auto tackle or auto defending which in most cases isn't actually happening.
I have had countless people message me complaining that I'm using auto defending and tackling which I don't use ever.
I think too many people were sweating to victory and now they made the movement and tackling on defense better which makes people believe that the CPU is defending for them because they don't realize how sweaty and predictable they play.
Anyhow the market will crash just as bad as any other year.
Expect 150k drops on robben bale Suarez and any ifs with some like if di Maria dropping a mil buy fifa 15 coins plus
WRs don't matter that much. he will start on the pitch as a CF but just make a few extra runs in behind which will actually make your attack a lot more unpredictable, he will still primarily be playing as a CF. If you have ever used Robben at RM you would know that he does get forward a lot but still primarily plays as a RM and not RW it'll be the same for Aguero as a CF.
Plus if you really want him to stay as a CF and not get in behind at all just set it to stay central+target man.
Never use a worse player for something silly like WRs that make a minimal difference IG.
I've never agreed with pure playmakers as a CF. I think they have to be a mix of both (i.e. good enough to be a playmaker or a striker) as the position is a hybrid of a striker and a CAM.
Aguero seems perfect, I just wonder whether he'll neglect his playmaking duties by never dropping deep to collect the ball, unless I set fifa 15 coins him to Target Man maybe?
It’s anyone’s guess who the best Premier League team on FIFA 15 will be because of these new signings.
With the new Premier League season upon us part of the reason anticipation is so high (aside from the painful three month break) is because football fans across the globe are desperate to see the impact incoming transfers will have on their new clubs. Will the millions Premier League sides spend on bringing in new talent be worth it or will they go the way of Fernando Torres and fall hopelessly short of expectation? These new transfers will also have a huge impact on the way Premier League sides feel on FIFA 15, which is released on 26th September.
Though this season the Premier League sides can’t claim to have splashed the cash in the same way as La Liga teams (namely Barcelona and Real Madrid), there are still many talented players coming over to the most exciting league on the planet.
So far, Chelsea have predictably been the side who have spent the most money, splurging around ￡82 million on bringing a handful of the world’s most exciting players to Stamford Bridge. Liverpool are hot on the Blues’ tails, spending their Suarez millions and then some on reinforcing the side which was so close to winning the league title last season, though it is worth noting that nearly all of Liverpool’s most expensive signings were already in the Premier League (almost exclusively playing for Southampton) so names like Lallana, Lambert and Lovren are ineligible for this list.
As is always the case, the transfers made this summer will inevitably have a huge impact on the top tier of English football this season. Here are the 10 new Premier League players who will have the biggest impact on the Premier League in real life and in FIFA 15 coins:
Sometimes you just have to sit back and wonder how some of EA FIFA 15 Coins Sports’ employees deserve to make a living.
You also have to wonder if some of the developers at EA are football fans or have access to a television in their caves to see what actually goes on in the real-life version of their leading game.
Let’s start off by giving credit where credit is due. FIFA is almost untouchable in the football gaming stakes. Pro Evolution, as quirky as it once was, has severely dropped off since the release of the PlayStation 3 back in 2007. This lack of competition means us football fans, who enjoy a dabble on a console from time to time, have to accept the ratings EA awards as gospel even if we vehemently disagree with them.
FIFA’s dominance means they must have the cream of the crop working for them, right? Wrong. Every year the game has glitches and problems that, to a less than expert gamer even, look simple to eradicate. All this before the players’ ratings are taken into consideration.
Of course, a dodgy looking player rating isn’t entirely EA’s fault. A player can rope them in with a string of fine displays before going on the most barren of spells that leaves fans and pundits bewildered.
These players, that have often just secured a big move after becoming too ‘good’ for their old club, make chairman, managers, supporters and game developers look like morons. It’s a weird food-chain of unfulfilled promise.
Here are 10 fifa coins ps players that need their ratings decreased when the January updates come into play.