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The List of Best FIFA 15 Goals

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Chelsea attacking midfielder ace Eden Hazard tops the list of best FIFA 15 goals. Chelsea’s teammate, César Azpilicueta, has already recorded Chelsea ace to win the Ballon d’Or. Basing on Liverpool star Daniel Sturridge and Real Madrid’s Karim Benzema’s likes, César Azpilicueta ever pulled off a ridiculous piece of skill.

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Hazard has been in scintillating form for the Blues this season and is one of the bookies favourites for the PFA Player of the Year award.

And Azpilicueta believes the attacker has the quality to triumph, telling Maca: “I think in the future he could win the Ballon d’Or, he has the quality to it, but I see more focus on titles than achieving individual trophies.”

Round 14 is open to anyone can enter to Best Goals of the Week and gamers can submit their entry for the next “Goals of the Week” video here.

EA also offers users the chance to get ahead of their competiton with the Tips and Tricks Hub.

EA meanwhile have confirmed that the FUT Web and EASFC Companion Apps is closed on Xbox to help connectivity.

EA revealed a post that it will help with recent Xbox connectivity issues by closing Web App & Companion App for Xbox players. And it haven’t revealed the time that Web App & Companion App will be brought back online.

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Green Keane Classic Goal Contest Be Used To Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day By FIFA 15

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Green Keane Classic, a new competition, is challenging football fans to try and deliver impressive strikes using players from Ireland. And FIFA 15 is sparing no effort to get football fans to spend St. Patrick’s Day in front of their computer with the new competition and try to score goals by giving Coins and an untradeable card.

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The official Twitter account states that gamers need to access the official site of the competition in order to register their videos and the development team will put together a montage to show them off.

The Green Keane Classic tournament also challenges gamers to use only players from the Republic of Ireland in order to get access to some coins which they can use in the Ultimate Team mode and to an untradeable version of the best player the country has ever delivered on the world stage.

FIFA 15 has recently received a new patch which is designed to improve overall stability on all platforms but does not introduce any kind of changes to the core mechanics.

As EA Sports team develop a new installment in series that will be introduced the late May, the team is supporting the sim with events and new Team of the Week deliveries.

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FIFA Pro Evo 15 Price Drop Be Announced

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Pro Evo 15 Price Drop announced that a price drop for football simulation, Soccer Sim is now $20 on PC and last generation, $40 on current systems.

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The prices will remain different on each, but both are cheaper than before. Pro Evo 15 will now be $39.99 on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and just $19.99 on PC, PS3, and Xbox 360.

It’s a big move given that the European football season is in the crucial home stretch right now, and the MLS is just beginning again–this is not an offseason shift to sell copies in the lull. On the contrary, it perhaps is looking to capitalize on the height of footballing excitement, and undercut rival EA’s FIFA 15 juggernaut.

The title is a good alternative to FIFA, and in the opinions of some offers a better on-field depiction of the sport with more realistic play. FIFA is miles ahead in terms of presentation and licensing though, which makes it difficult for many to make the jump, even if the gameplay is arguably less realistic.

As you know, there are no two fully-priced football sims could be justified, if you want to try Pro Evo. Of course, you will fell less guilty if you jump in now. Although I am so happy to EA do something for FIFA like this, reduce the price is unnecessary to genre-leading title. Unfortunately, you have to wait a long time, after the season over for some cut-price FIFA action and FIFA 16 is rolling around.

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FIFA 15 Fixed Prices Reflection

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There is no any comment in football, after Germany’s defeated Brazil for the 2014 World Cup. Recently, the new polemical FUT 15 price ranges have attracted communities’ attention. Forums are filled with highly elaborated arguments based on socioeconomic calculations about virtual football, and millions of people’s personal testimonials on sleepless night, ruined squad plans and coin losses all the way. As far as I know, EA’s customer service is doing extra time with all the matters in the week.

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Don’t even think that this will help you get Ronaldo or Messi. After many nights of insomnia and nightmares with coins, us traders are beginning the study for new techniques concerning the market with these new minimum and maximum prices. The market observation still hasn’t finished, there will be adaptations, because it’s still too soon to say that trading is over. After all many players still have got this exercise as a post modern therapy.

What about the coin sellers, will they lose their jobs? If it’s on those who are against mass market manipulation, yes. Fired, off you go! The legion of honest traders, if that’s even a thing, is happy with the changes made by EA. On the other hand, buying coins is an alternative for players who don’t have time to trade, a quick and efficient option for you to build a better competitive squad. But who’s never played against a team full of TOTS/TOTY/TOTW/TOTW players and was able to beat them easily? That’s right, excellent player cards will never beat actual training and play time.

Another topic in the highlights: is this the end of the AB’s? The use of autobidders and autobuyers is totally disloyal against the FUT fans. Trading techniques and market observation have always been extremely valuable exercises and from now on they’re even more. Or will we just have an adaptation of the market for the clients? This is all really coming to light with economics. Inflation, competitiveness, market segmentation, speculation, we’re on the way to having long distance classes for people that want to specialize on FUT. For people living in Brazil, tragically this has actually got a reflection in the socioeconomic scenario: too much in the hands of few and too little in the hands of many.

All the discussion faces towards the players market, but there are also the consumable kind of traders. Did you forget about this area? They’re the least worried ones in all this, after all they’re the least affected with the FUT 15’s market twist. Changing the rules during the tournament, is that fair? The fact is that EA dictate the regulation and in case their interests don’t meet their expectations, done, rule changed and sorry if you had something to say. EA, you penny pincher!

It just seems to me like EA gave FUT 15 an end before FUT 16 was even announced. Either if this is or isn’t a test for next year’s FIFA, EA have miserably hit the post with this attitude. Changing the regulation on the 45th minute was a total disrespect to the community.

Some alternatives are even proposed by the FUT fans concerning the new price ranges. Increasing the tournaments’ coin prizes and match rewards won’t be enough to compensate. If that’s done will they be going in the opposite direction to collecting funds with FIFA points? Yes! This isn’t going to happen easily.

The repercussion on fixed prices also reopened space for some old complaints about the game. Product improvement is the most frequent claim stamped on company reports, however without efficiency. Updates along the year don’t resolve the problems pointed out by the community. The classic example are the Web and Companion apps, they’re just like those players with an injury history who do training just fine over pre-season, then play three games and spend the rest of the season in the medical department.

Everyone will feel inappropriate when face the big changes, and guess others’ reaction and intention. Boycotting, conspiracies and manifestations… no! Maybe FIFA U Team is finding chance to take action.

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The Lowest FIFA 15 CRISTIANO RONALDO

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Since we have pulled a 92 rated Cristiano Ronaldo from a recent FIFA 15 Ultimate Team pack opening, the dream that get one of the big two players in the game came ture. You think it over yet, the more crazy is that he actually came from a 7.5K pack that is the lowest that you can get if you don’t include the 5K packs that absolutely no-one opens.

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You can watch the full HD video above and see the moment when we found Ronaldo in the most unexpected way possible. This specific pack opening was a week before EA introduced the new price range feature so it was probably the best timing in that respect as well.

We packed Lionel Messi back in November but this one tops the lot as even that Messi was out of a 35K pack and also CR7 is worth more and is the most expensive normal card on the entire game if you don’t include IFS and Legends. In the footage there’s also some really decent high-rated and in-form pulls squeezed in-between as well so that was an added bonus.

Who are your highest rated players you’ve bagged for yourself this year on FUT 15? You could share with us by leaving a cheeky reply in the comments box below.

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EA Sports Launched Price Range in FIFA 15 Ultimate Team

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To fight against coin sellers, EA Sports launched a new feature in FIFA Ultimate Team. And to the new feature, different people willl have different feelings. Some people aren’t especially happy. Like, really not happy.

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According to EA Sports, the feature is rolling out now and will impose a price range limit on all FIFA Ultimate Team items (players, in-forms, consumables, and club items) sold on the Transfer Market. Every item will have its own highest and lowest price.

These new features are designed to, “help FIFA Ultimate Team gamers understand the value of the players in their Club”, “make high-rated players more attainable for all FIFA Ultimate Team gamers and ensure a level playing field”, “further restrict illegitimate coin transfers on the Transfer Market.”

EA Sports adds that, “Although the new FIFA Ultimate Team item Price Ranges will differ from current prices, their relative value to other player items on the Transfer Market will remain consistent in order to maintain a level playing field for everyone.”

EA Sports declared war on FIFA Ultimate Team coin sellers back in August last year, threatening bans for the use of Ultimate Team coin farming bots, as well as those using third-party websites to buy and sell coins. A month later it was revealed that FIFA 15 Ultimate Team would not allow players to trade cards directly with their friends. This is just their latest step.

The move hasn’t gone down well with some fans, who are upset at the changes to the FIFA Ultimate Team economy. Whoever’s managing EA Sports’ Twitter account isn’t having the best time at the moment.

“We are confident that, in the long run, the FIFA Ultimate Team community as a whole will come to appreciate the balanced benefits that this new feature will bring to all FIFA Ultimate Team players, but it’s important you let us know what you think,” adds EA Sports.

The new feature, Price Ranges, stated that all Price Ranges will be universal across Xbox, PlayStation and PC. When you list an item on the Transfer Market, the range at which an item can be sold will appear. These price ranges will be set by the FIFA Team based on analysis of past Transfer Market prices. After Price Ranges have been activated, open bid transfers will be unavailable. In order to list an item on the Transfer Market, you will have to set a “Buy It Now” price within the Price Range.

Of course, every item of FIFA Ultimate Team will be set wide enough to enjoy trading on the Transfer Market. Similarly, the price range is not static, it will be adjusted to meet the demand in the future as we work to improve this feature over time.

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Significance of Setting New FIFA 15 Ultimate Team Price Ranges

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To help gamers understand player values, EA Sports sets new FIFA 15 Ultimate Team price ranges. Meanwhile, it hopes that the action can make high-rated players more attainable and ensure a level playing field to all FIFA 15 Ultimate Team gamers.

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When the new feature of the association football simulation video game is activated, all items in the FIFA 2015 Ultimate Team including players, in-forms, consumables, and club items, shall have a Price Range.

Apart from setting the highest and lowest coin prices that each item can be sold on the Transfer Market, the Price Range shall also restrict illegitimate coin transfers on the same market, notes EA Sports in the FIFA 15 website.

Developed by EA Canada and published by Electronic Arts, FIFA 15 was released to the last gen and next gen gaming consoles and the PC on September 23, 2014. It is the first game in the FIFA video game series to be fully licensed by the Premier League.

EA Sports disclosed that while the Price Ranges for every FUT item will differ from the current prices, their relative value to other player items on the Transfer Market will remain consistent to ensure a level playing field for gamers.

The developer also said that all Price Ranges will be universal across all gaming platforms. Once a player puts an item on the Transfer Market, the range at which it can be sold will appear. This price range will be set by the FIFA team based on trends of previous Transfer Market prices.

Open bid transfers shall become unavailable after Price Ranges have been activated. So if a player wants to list an item on the Transfer Market, he has to set a ‘Buy It Now’ price within the Price Range.

The Price Ranges for each FUT item will be set wide enough for gamers. The feature for certain players may also be adjusted in the future as EA continues to improve it. Meanwhile, new ‘in-form’ FUT player items will receive a Price Range upon its release.

While EA Sports see that there will be some period of adjustments among fans and gamers on how the Transfer Market and Price Ranges will take effect and impact the game, the developer sees long-term benefit on the change as it will make the video game more fun and fair for everyone.

Although the fact that it is convinced that the balanced benefits of the Price Ranges feature will be more appreciated in the long run, the developer is open to accepting proposals from fans and gamers. EA Sports said, the Transfer Market will remain inaccessible from the web and companion apps, while the Price Ranges changes are being effected.

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What Do You Think of FIFA 15 Ultimate Team’s new transfer system

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EA launched IncGamers vote about FIFA 15 Ultimate Team’s new transfer system, after it had changed the price range. What is this feeling … this rush of power?

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Anyway, FIFA 15. Specifically, FIFA 15’s Ultimate Team mode. EA managed to whip up quite frenzy of anger earlier this week when they introduced changes to how the transfer system works in that mode of player. Previously, players could be listed at any price. Now, there are minimum and maximum price caps for all players and items (contracts, and so on.)

This week, the IncGamers Poll is going to canvas opinion on these dramatic changes. From laissez-faire to a fully regulated virtual economy; what does this mean for the FIFA 15 Ultimate Team transfer market?

So, the question is pretty straightforward: “What do you think of EA’s changes to the FIFA 15 Ultimate Team transfer system?” Your options range from “They’re terrible” to “I don’t really care.”

As usual, the poll will close in roughly one week’s time and the results will be put up in a news item. Of course, you could write the polls as well, and nobody can stop you doing this to convey your views about new transfer system.

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The Views for New Fifa 15 Ultimate Team Update

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Popularity of FIFA 15 Ultimate Team should not be underestimated, it has been one of the most popular Android games on the market, so don’t be surprised when you hear some information about it in the news. A new update of FIFA 15 UT has been released, and it solves some main questions while adding transfers, but some users have refected that the update exist some flaws, so it’s not perfect.

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This game has had its fair share of updates in the past, but they seemed to do more harm than good. Many users have reported various issues with the game, mostly involving the mandatory Facebook authorization. Users reported all sorts of things from freezes and crashes to motorization bugs. FIFA 15 UT devs have since responded to those reports and attempted to fix them by rolling out various updates. The current version is 1.3.1 and besides a team rosters update that brings players like Juan Cuadrado from Fiorentina to Chelsea, it also adds performance enhancements to the mix, along with various bug fixes. Transfers are finally here, and this is a feature that’s been demanded for a long time now. Still, bugs are being reported by a lot of users on both the iOS platform as well as Android.

One of said problem is apparently a glitch that brings users back to the homepage. This may be another authorization issue or a networking issue, but it’s a very common bug right now. A lot of users are also reporting a bug that prevents the game from connecting to the EA servers. One player, for instance, says that he hasn’t been able to play once since he updated the game. You can see how this could be a problem for most players, especially considering that this buggy state of affairs has been going on for a long time.

For some of the matters reflected in the above, we hope that developers will take some action, and continue to launch a big update to address these issues. Have you updated to 1.3.1 yet? If so, how do you think the new version of FIFA 15 Ultimate Team? So far encountered any problems? Let us share your views by leaving a comment.

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FIFA 15 Ultimate Team Price Ranges Be Altered

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It’s been a lot of days since Price Ranges hit the FIFA 15 Ultimate Team transfer market, and although we were aware of this change is very great, which perhaps results in surpassing EA’s theories around what might happen to FIFA 15 Ultimate Team.

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EA could get rid of minimum Price Ranges, even at the time of writing it’s only been 72 hours since Price Ranges went live so it’s still very early days for something of this magnitude to settle. There are no doubt lots of people holding on to players right now too, watching and waiting to see where this lands. That’s understandable, (they don’t want to make a loss) but it isn’t helping overall. When an economy is slow, the best way to drive growth is for the people to spend, and they’re not, which is why the market seems so barren.

Of course, we need minimum Price Ranges, because the autobuyers which used to hoover up incorrectly listed players for ridiculously low prices. You’d think no one would ever list Messi for 40K buy now, but trust us, we’ve seen it. The scripts the autobuyers run are faster than any human could react meaning they’ll always grab their man rather than you getting lucky. Minimum prices stop that quick profiteering, which ultimately swells the coin sellers stock.

The issue seems to be minimum ranges which are simply set too high. Daniel Sturridge for example has a range of 20-30K. Now I don’t know anyone in their right mind, who at this stage of the FUT season is going to do 20K down Sturridge. No way. So EA need to extract the data around non-selling items quickly and drop the minimum price bands. If Sturridge was say 10-30K I probably wouldn’t be writing this. Some of the ranges are just too small, it’s that simple.

But as you can see minimum prices do have the potential to work, but there needs to be more variance in them for them to work properly. We discussed this in our last piece describing the 150-5000 lowest tier as “ok on paper”. Which it is, because there’s loads of room for manoeuvre there, especially when compared to our example Sturridge range. That variance in the lower range is potentially the recipe for success globally for Price Ranges, so hopefully EA can take those learnings and apply elsewhere. It’s important to remember too, that higher min ranges were only put in to protect our existing investments, the perhaps unforeseen knock on effect, is that now we can’t sell them at all.

EA have internally decided rightly or wrongly that Price Ranges are the way to fix the market, and now they have to stick to their guns because backing it out now wouldn’t achieve anything. That doesn’t mean Price Ranges will stay in their current format forever, but 72 hours in is certainly not the time to hit the panic button. EA must continue to adjust ranges where needed (perhaps faster) and slowly market confidence should start to rebuild as a result and coins should free-up for everyone. This is all an assumption at this stage I’d like to add, but it’s probably a fair one to make.

Where the problems will start however, is if nothing has changed over the next few weeks. EA have no doubt put Price Ranges in with the best intentions, but it’s also their responsibility to keep the service they run, available, fun and interesting for their paying community.

Although it isn’t easy right now for people who’ve maybe lost coins, players, time and effort, the impact coin selling has had on FUT has more than likely inflated player prices by up to 20 times the value that even EA think they’re worth. So, it must be tackled, and it may just be the pre-dawn darkness.

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