Month: June 2015

FIFA 16 Legends Wishlist – Gianluigi Buffon

FIFA 16 Legends Wishlist – Gianluigi Buffon

So, we made a prediction series; this is first of many posts about potential FIFA 16 Legends. We start with FIFA 16 Legends Goalkeepers. Who better to start than legendary goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon? The Italian goal stopper is one of few most consistent player in last 20 years. Playing for this year’s Champions League finalist Juventus, the 37 year old

He and Pirlo are only two players in Juventus squad who has won trophies for the club in the pre-2000. And, he is Italy’s most capped player till date and he is nowhere near retirement.

Yes, we know he says he is still far away from retirement but we never know about professional footballers and FIFA 16 Legends might have a place for him in the future when he finally retires.

We predict a 93 card will be given for him with 97 on diving and 95 on reflexes. He truly deserves a legend card and we hope he gets one if not now then in upcoming years.

Should Gianluigi Buffon be named as FIFA 16 Legend? Comment Below


FIFA 16 PC System Requirements

If you consider playing FIFA 16 on PC you will need the following system requirements in order to run the game:

Minimum Required Specifications

OS: Windows V/7/8/8.1 – 64-Bit
CPU: Intel Q6600 Core2 Quad @ 2.4Ghz (or AMD Phenom 7950 Quad-Core, AMD Athlon II X4 620 equivalent)
Hard Drive Space Required: 15.0 GB
Minimum Supported Video Cards: ATI Radeon HD 5770, NVIDIA GTX 650
DirectX: 11.0
Single System Multiplayer: 2-4 players and 1 keyboard on a PC
Input: Keyboard, Mouse, Dual Analogue gamepad, VOIP Headset

Recommended Specifications

OS: Windows V/7/8/8.1 – 64-Bit
CPU: Intel i5-2550K @ 3.40GHz (or AMD FX-6350 Six-Core equivalent)
Hard Drive Space Required: 15.0 GB
Minimum Supported Video Cards: ATI Radeon HD 6870, NVIDIA GTX 460
DirectX: 11.0
Single System Multiplayer: 2-4 players and 1 keyboard on a PC
Input: Keyboard, Mouse, Dual Analogue gamepad, VOIP Headset

How EA can ruin coin selling without getting rid of the transfer market.

Coin selling requires the ability to find a specific card on the market. There are 4 possible steps in order to make the market as obscure as possible.

Step 1: remove club names from cards on the transfer market. this is suggested a lot but people always mention that you could list a card for an obscure price and find that. so for the next steps

Step 2: Whenever someone lists a card worth more then 10X worth it’s lowest BIN, EA lists a dummy card for the same price. If EA could do this, coin selling would be DONE, and step 3 and 4 would be unneeded. If EA can’t do this, then they can do steps 3 and 4. Edit: Upon further thought, EA should just no allow listings for players 10X over the lowest BIN.

Step 3: make it so you can only bid with numbers that have 2 significant figures, and the last digit must be 0 or 5. so you could bid at 900, 950, 9000, 9500, 50000, 55000, ect. This would make it harder to list cards at obscure numbers. If that isn’t enough, make it so you can only bid to 1 significant figure. “But wait, this ruins trading!” you know what ruins trading? coin selling.

Step 4: Cap non rare bronze cards at 10k, non rare silvers at 15k, and non rare golds at 20k. Cap rare bronze cards at 50k, rare silvers at 100k, and rare golds at 15 million. if people have to list rare gold cards to buy FIFA 16 coins, It means their cards are more likely to overlap with other people listing rare gold cards at weird prices, and there are plenty of weirdos doing this already.


FIFA 16 Official E3 Gameplay Trailer

FIFA 16 launches on September 22 in North America and September 24 in other regions around the world. E3 is your first opportunity to see the heart of the innovative gameplay features* coming to the game. Watch our E3 Gameplay Trailer below and be sure to read about all the new & improved gameplay elements.

Defenders and attackers are balanced, creating a realistic and enjoyable experience when trying to regain possession of the ball.

In midfield, two game-changing features make the battle in the middle of the pitch as important as it is in real football.

FIFA 16 gives fans the tools they need to create thrilling moments in attack.

Regardless of skill level, everyone will have a chance to Compete at a Higher Level by utilizing the FIFA Trainer.

FIFA 16 will feature 12 Women’s National Teams for the first time in franchise history.



From Clinical Finishing to the addition of Women’s National Teams, learn more about all the key features coming this September to FIFA 16. leaks FIFA 16 release date leaks FIFA 16 release date

Sometimes it’s hard to keep confidential information a secret. Especially when it’s about a highly anticipated game like FIFA. In this case the FIFA 16 release date in Europe is discussed, which is supposedly leaked by the Italian Amazon website.

The online retailer in Italy already added FIFA 16 to their assortment, even though the game hasn’t even been officially announced yet. On the product page they reveal the release date in Italy to be the 24th of September, which is consistent with the yearly cycle of FIFA release dates in Europe. Since the release in the UK always has been one day later, we can assume this to be the 25th of September. The sites also confirms a simultaneous release for the current-gen consoles: PS3 and Xbox 360.

Even though has a history of leaking release dates through their website, as of this moment, it’s still a rumour. Though the dates are consistent with our own analysis, saying we think FIFA 16 will be released on Friday the 25th of September. Other websites also start believing these dates are genuine. Should EA Sports indeed keep to their current pattern, we will be playing FIFA 16 as soon as the 25th of September!

As for now, we have prepared everything for sale FIFA 16 Coins on September. The cheapest price as usual.

Ultimate Team Price Ranges

Price Ranges proved hugely controversial when they were first introduced in Ultimate Team, and it’s clear that a lot of work still needs to be done in order for fans to be truly satisfied with their inclusion.

Firstly, EA has a monumental task of setting the prices of cards for a market that doesn’t yet exist. The whole reason the devs were able to assign values to every card in 15 is because they could see what it had sold for previously. Not so now. Better balancing must happen from launch, and with EA now controlling the market from day one, there could be more issues to come.

Players need to be more richly rewarded for their time online with better coin payouts for matches. The whole reason Price Ranges were introduced was to cut out illegal FUT 16 coins sellers, but players turn to coin sellers simply because the game doesn’t represent good value for money or time. When FUT bucks can cost more than the price of the game itself and reward but a handful of gold packs, and you get less than a Sunday League player’s pay following each match, it’s easy to see why players are dissatisfied. The reason why players stick with Call of Duty and Destiny is because of the steady trickle of rewards that tells our brains to be happy with what we get, even if it is just a new armour skin.

The Ultimate Team system shouldn’t feel like it forces players towards forking out more cash in order to get good cards, and this delicate balance needs to be achieved this year, finally. One way to do this would be with solo challenges in Ultimate Team for those lacking a quality team. Big coin payouts for completing these challenges would help fill player coffers to create a decent all-gold Ultimate Team.