Reviewing FIFA 16 for PC is a tricky proposition. Sure, EA Canada has yet again laid out an all encompassing soccer smörgåsbord that boasts immaculate presentation and dizzying production values. Yet it’s hard to fight off the feeling this season’s effort feels more like a glorified DLC pack, rather than the full priced annual update you’d hope for.
No Touch Dribbling. Dynamic Crossing. Clinical Finishing. Confidence In Defending. Interception Intelligence. Good lord does EA love a capitalised buzz phrase. Unfortunately, most of this year’s supposedly new on-pitch features translate into diddly squat when you’re looking for tangible, easily felt improvements over FIFA 15.