Pankapu Is Out Now On Nintendo Switch

Federation Internationale de Football Association 18 launches on September 29 on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and of course, Nintendo Switch. Though note that The Journey: Hunter Returns is only available on PS4, Xbox One and PC. The World's Game blurs the line between the virtual and real worlds bringing to life players, teams, and atmospheres with all new gameplay features including Real Player Motion Tech, a Dribbling Overhaul, Player Personality, and Dramatic Moments*. The new cinematic celebrations and the Career mode negotiation sequences are the most significant absences, but even in terms of general presentation, the Switch version is inferior. There has been a noticeable shift away from a quick game to a more possession-orientated and tactical one but the result is that it seems to take an eternity to get anywhere with build-up play becoming slow and stodgy.

I was just able to play two games of Federation Internationale de Football Association 18 (on Switch) in the auto whilst my boyfriend shopped in Kmart. A lot of the main version new features are in there, such as the new crossing mechanics, the single footballer kick-off, and the new skill moves.

Having legends on the game is, of course, not a new phenomenon as they have been on the game for years, but this time things are slightly different due to the introduction of ICONs Stories.

I'm not going to put time into Ultimate Team, so I'm just glad to have a high-quality soccer experience on Switch.

They usually sell the standard edition for £49.99, but if you've got the magic name then you can claim your free copy by sending your address and a scan or photo of your passport, driving licence, or birth certificate to content@game.co.uk. This year, it really feels like you are.

The new crossing also makes wide play more useful, and makes pace less powerful than it had been in previous editions.

FIFA Ultimate Teams are also on the console and perform exactly how you'd expect.

When it comes to gameplay, meanwhile, improvements to AI means that matches are far less monotonous with different teams relying upon alternative tactics.

  • Fernando Stephens