the nearpost for flick-ons among others. But no need to fret, most of the game play is almost the same, so there will be some familiarity.
We absolutely loved the graphics. The game builds up some serious excitement with a fabulous presentation, which showcases the wonderful atmosphere of the host nation — Brazil, within its user interface. The dominance of hues like yellow and green look spectacular on the main menu. What we also like is the inclusion of the EA Talk Radio feature, where you can choose between two sets of commentators, both of whom are thoroughly entertaining. Their commentary sounds so natural, that you almost feel like you are soaking in the sun and enjoying the game live in Brazil. Although this title has a shorter shelf life and can’t replace the mainline series, it captures the wonderful World Cup mania perfectly. Until the hardcore fans of this franchise get their hands on the new title later this year, 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil is surely your best bet.