Tag Archives: Career Mode

FIFA 18: The Immersion Problem

There’s been a lot of talk on the blog recently about FIFA and microtransactions, which after reading I thought “Hey I know, I’ll do a blog about FIFA”. That’s because we here at I Can’t Believe It’s Not Blogger can’t stop, It’s a serious problem but for now respect our addiction. Seriously though microtransactions are obviously bad but they’re not fully to blame for a why game series is getting worse or why a game on its own is bad. Even in FIFA, the microtransactions can be completely ignored, even more so if you’re a career mode player as they’re not a part of that mode, yet. I feel the main problem with FIFA has been around for a while, it’s been more noticeable in last few years where the game hasn’t changed too much and that problem is immersion, or as I like to call it, The Immersion Problem.  Continue reading

Five FIFA Career Mode Challenges to Make the Game Less Boring – 2018 Edition

Whilst I decided this would be the year I stopped handing EA money for a product that I stopped feeling deserved it, and instead made the jump to PES (I will justify this someday), I feel an obligation to many of you who still come to the blog for my recommendations for teams that make FIFA 17 less boring. So having got a handle of how the season is panning out across Europe we will go through some options to potentially make your FIFA career mode a little less dull – because let’s face it… it’s not much different than last years, unfortunately. Continue reading

FIFA 17: Career Mode Improvements

FIFA 18 will come out in 8 months time and instead of waiting until its too late for EA to make changes or add certain details I’m going to list some of the improvements I would like to see. Continue reading

Five FIFA Career Mode Challenges to Make the Game Less Boring

NEW EDITION FOR FIFA 18 AVAILABLE HERE.

FIFA Manager Career mode this year sucks, well it doesn’t suck, it just hasn’t changed much since last years, which itself hadn’t been a great change on the year before that – I could go on.

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