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FIFA 13 demo for PS3 released today

EA has announced that a FIFA 13 demo for the PS3 is available from today on the Playstation Network, following yesterday’s news that a version for Xbox 360 is available for download.

A PC version of the FIFA 13 demo is already out, and the full game is set for release on September 28 on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC.

FIFA 13 Demo: What does it reveal?

The demo version of the game includes Arsenal, Manchester City, Juventus, AC Milan, and Borussia Dortmund as playable teams.

In a cool new feature, the in-game commentary will reflect any real-life media gossip, injuries and suspensions that take place with these teams.

Player’s forms will also be true to life, and wax and wane according to their real-life performances, which will be mirrored in the changing shape of their stats.

The demo also includes a new feature, SPORTS Football Club Match Day, which will ‘drive the deepest and most meaningful connection yet between a videogame and the real world of sport ever achieved.’

The game also includes the latest gameplay innovations such as FIFA 13 First Touch Control and the Player Impact Engine.

These offer players the chance to pit against their components via creative features such as Complete Dribbling and Attacking Intelligence.

FIFA 13 Demo: What’s the verdict?

Among some of the comments about the demo on the company’s Twitter feed include the fact that the game offers ‘smooth and fluid gameplay’, while others have questioned why Manchester United never seems to be included in the line up of teams on offer.

Reviews of the game have also given the thumbs up to features such as the skills mode, which allows you to simulate penalty kicks.

Gamers may be disappointed by the fact that although full versions of the game will be available on PS2, Wii, PSP, 3DS, and PS Vita, these formats don’t seem to have a demo attached.

With so much anticipation surrounding the game, FIFA could once again emerge victorious from the ongoing battle with PES.

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