FIFA 16 announced with female teams


EA, the famous American developer, marketer, publisher and distributor of video games, recently made an official announcement about the release of FIFA 16 revealing a feature-surprise that will be added to this addition to the FIFA series. FIFA 16 will be the first edition that will include 12 female national football teams (USA, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, England, Spain, Germany, Italy, France, Sweden, China and Australia). The female football players will obviously be different than men but the gameplay will remain the same.

Nick Channon, the producer of FIFA 16 said: “In this new edition we wanted to include the best players in the world despite their sex. Obviously, the best female players are in national teams, which is why we started from there. Our goal is to do a complete work and not just put a female head to a male body. In FIFA 16 you’ll see unique bodies based on the female body types, with long hair and special animations for their movement”.
Channon made clear that there will not be an option to put a female team versus a male one and he also stated that the ultimate mode and the career mode will be absent from this edition. That however, may change if the company sees the appropriate acceptance from the audience.

In the next few weeks, we also expect to learn a lot more about the gameplay and all the new features of FIFA 16 which will be released on September 22th for Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation S4, PlayStation3 and Windows PC. By then we will also learn more about the system requirements for good gameplay experience. Luckely I’ve just equipped myself with a powerful gaming laptop I found a nice deal on through Tech news central gaming laptop article.

EA truly puts a lot of effort to make every FIFA edition better than the previous one. The gameplay and the physics of the game get better every year and now, with the female teams added we really expect to see what the gameplay and the physics about the women will be like. Perhaps this feature marks the beginning of a new era on all soccer games since other companies will have to get equally innovative to keep up with EA and FIFA 16.
Stay tuned to find out what’s new with FIFA 16.

GRID Autosport Review


GRID Autosport is Codemasters’ third attempt to balance the gameplay of one more racing game with the requirements of an audience that constantly asks for a good simulator but always ends up playing arcade games.

If you remember, GRID 2 had received some bad critics from the players who said that it too much of an arcade and so this time the GRID Autosport is clearly the company’s effort to behave according to the critics. And so far it seems to be doing pretty well.

First of all, you can drive from inside the car something that lacked from GRID 2 and caused negative reviews. This mode may be chosen by only 5% of the gamers but it is the most realistic.

However, let’s make clear that even though the Autosport is more realistic than its predecessor, it is not a simulator that can satisfy the most demanding gamers. Those need to simply put their interest to

The video games industry seems to have been compromised with the arcade side of its racing games for 20 years no, and Autosport is no exception.

Codemasters is a company that has offered a lot in the field of racing games for decades, with the firs GRID being one of the kind’s greatest moments. In the years that followed, the DiRT series offered gamers races all over the world with very accurate representations of the routes.

A vital difference that brings the GRID Autosport closer to a simulator than the arcade side is that the player has to use his vehicle’s speed to win his opponents where as in the kind’s arcade games, the player usually has a slightly higher speed that the other NPC vehicles and so when there are no turns, getting in the first position is easy as a walk in the park. But try to make a turn on high speed in the GRID Autosport and you’ll find yourself spinning around like crazy.

Instead of unnatural speed, the game gives you better breaks than your rivals meaning that you will need to improve your driving skills in order to overtake your rivals.

From a technical point of view, things look satisfying and the system requirements are easy to fulfil. All you need to play the game at regular settings is a GTX 680.

Overall, the GRID Autosport is the new – worth checking out member – of the GRID family and Codemasters made sure to make this one make up for the GRID 2 which didn’t seem to keep up with the players’ demands.