FIFA 12 News
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EA Sports has performed its best Cristiano Ronaldo impression, steering FIFA 12 back to the summit of the UK sales charts in style. The popular football franchise managed to leap-frog strong competition from Lollipop Chainsaw and last week’s winner Ghost Recon: Future Soldier to reclaim the top-spot.
All for one
EA’s booted up the first footage of its licensed UEFA Euro 2012 expansion pack for FIFA 12. The content – set for release on 24th April for £15.99 – will see EA’s club-focused soccer sim transformed into a patriotic party, with all of the international teams from the summer tournament included, in addition to a host of new modes...
On the ball
Video game fans can be a fickle bunch. After years of campaigning for the demise of bi-yearly summer spin-offs, now gamers are starting to question why the upcoming UEFA Euro 2012 tournament isn’t getting its own standalone game. For those that haven’t been keeping track, EA announced earlier this week that its Euro 2012 offering...
EA Sports has announced a paid expansion pack for FIFA 12 that will tie into this summer’s UEFA Euro 2012 international tournament. The DLC – due out on 24th April in Europe and North America – will cost £15.99 from the PlayStation Network. It will feature all 53 UEFA recognised international teams, in addition to all...
EA’s updated FIFA 12’s squad and player roster in order to reflect the changes made during this year’s January transfer window. The update – enabled by loading up a Head-to-Head seasons match – includes Gary Cahill’s switch to Chelsea, Louis Saha’s transfer to Everton and Bobby Zamora’s arrival at QPR. The update also...
UFC Undisputed 3 has fought its way to the top of the UK sales charts, beating out last week’s frontrunner, Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning, to claim the coveted spot. The EA Partners published RPG actually fell from the top ten completely, finishing up in 12th, and allowing faithful favourites such as FIFA 12, Call of Duty: Modern...
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EA Sports’ excellent soccer sim, FIFA 12, has enjoyed its eighth week at the top of the UK sales charts — beating out competition from Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim to maintain its place at the top of the league. A lack of new releases meant it was largely as you were in the multiformat top-ten,...