Fifa 18
Stuff UK|January 2018

EA Sports’ all-conquering soccer simulator is very much a game of two halves

Tom Wiggins

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp once compared his brand of football to heavy metal. “I always want it loud,” he said in 2013 when describing the differences between his all-action Borussia Dortmund side and Arsene Wenger’s orchestral Arsenal. If Jurgen picks up a copy of FIFA 18 he’ll discover it’s actually possible to have both.

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