Author: makispla



  2. Rotua Frans Manalu

    i wish fifa 18 can be mod, game is about being happy and without mod happy will not 100%, there lot pro modder around the world that can improve this game. sorry bad english

  3. More national teams from Concacaf, Africa and Asia

  4. Romanian league…it would be great!!!pleeeease…

  5. Daniel Lanza Rivera

    We don’t want the 6 seconds rule to be automatically executed. If the goalkeeper holds the ball too long deserves a yellow card depending on the refery’s valuation.

  6. I’d like to have more national teams like Iceland. I’d like to have more competitions. Jupiler League from the Netherlands and from more countries. I’d like you to continue the story of Alax Hunter.
    Cut scenes of a transfer.
    Following the drawing of a cup like the world cup and champions league.

  7. I tried sending a nice e-mail, but the @$!# mailing form always returned a nondescript error, so I’ll send my suggestions here instead. So, without beating around the bush too much, here they go:

    * A wider selection of national teams. Considering we will have another World Cup in 2018, we could afford to have more teams contesting a place in the World Cup and any subsequent World Cups we may play in Career Mode as we manage a national team. No need to have all of them (especially considering 2018 will also see the release of a World Cup tie-in game), but about 80 would comprise a good range of teams. Continents other than Europe and South America are sorely underrepresented, without teams like Japan, South Korea, Nigeria, Ghana, Algeria, Costa Rica and so on and so forth. Not to mention that, since each continent has its own national team competition, these will become much more interesting and challenging with more teams, leading to more fun and varied experiences with the Confederations Cup.

    * AFRICAN LEAGUES. I cannot emphasize this enough. When it comes to club teams, for some reason, Africa is still an empty place. Just two South African teams in the Rest of World block don’t cut it. I’m sure EA knows the games have a following in the Arab World, or else they wouldn’t bother having the Saudi Professional League in the game, so they could afford to include the Egyptian Premier League, which is quite competitive and has some of the most traditional teams in the continent, as well as the ABSA Premiership, since we already have teams from South Africa in the game, plus probably a third league from the continent – likely the Ligue 1 from Algeria.

    * More teams from around the world in the Rest of World block. There are teams from Greece, Ukraine, and now Finland there just to make a broader selection for the European competitions. Some more teams could afford to be there, from the ones that are in European competitions without having their leagues in the game (such as Ludogorets or Dinamo Zagreb) to famous teams from other continents that don’t have their league (such as Uruguayan deadly rivals Peñarol and Nacional, or plenty of other Middle East teams).

    * More continental competitions, to make Manager Mode more worthwhile. When you decide to play at an Asian league to challenge yourself or for whatever reason, you figure out you cannot play an Asian Champions League equivalent. That’s quite a bummer, not to mention that it raises questions about the formula that is used in the Club World Cup stand-in at the end of each year. This also ties in to the idea of African leagues above: the idea here is to expand the world of FIFA, to show people that football isn’t restricted only to Europe, both for national and club teams.

    * More national teams for the women too. EA should know by now that the Women’s World Cup is contested by 24 teams from all around the world, and not just a measly 14 from the parts most people know. It especially displeases me that the Nadeshiko Japan team, 2011 World Champions and 2015 silver medals, aren’t in the game, yet Italy, who haven’t qualified since 1999, are. Maybe this will even serve as a springboard for women’s clubs in future games, or even a women-only spinoff. Who knows?

    * A simpler free kick/penalty kick system. As it is, there are just too many variables involved, especially where penalties are concerned. Choose your starting position, choose where to hit the ball, choose where the ball will go… It’s too complicated. It should be back to basics: just choose a corner to hit it and you’re good to go. In the case of free kicks and corner kicks, if you want aftertouch you could simply use the right analog stick, while mostly your only concerns should be aiming and strength (of course, some of the special commands could be used, but no need to put in more functions than we should bother to remember in the heat of the moment).

    * An in-game Creation Centre, with just enough resources to create teams that could believably step out to the pitch shoulder-to-shoulder with better established ones. That option could also be present in Manager Mode, as founder of a new team entering a league system of your choice.

    * Change the Classic XI roster. Why must we only have Pelé on Ultimate Team? I want to play with him offline, too! And also with Maradona, Caniggia, Redondo, Passarella, Ardiles, Ronaldo, Garrincha, Gérson, Tostão, di Stéfano, Zidane, Platini, Cantona, Cruyff, Neeskens, van Basten, Gullit, Rijkaard, George Best, Puskás, Lev Yashin, Dino Zoff, Bobby Charlton, Bobby Moore, Stanley Matthews, Rummenigge, Breitner… You get the idea. I have no doubt that the Classic XI players were great, but more greatness certainly can be achieved, and this little list of players is proof.

    Well, I guess this is it. As you can see, most of my ideas revolve around new content for the game. Maybe it’s because I’m more of a Manager Mode player than an Ultimate Team player, but I think the game would be more marketable and appealing if it catered to a wider public, not to mention it would have a lot of replaying factor both on and offline, with a wider range of selections and leagues. Sensible World of Soccer was an example of a spectacular game that was earnest in its attempt at including many of the football-playing nations of the world, which I believe FIFA, the entity, is all about in its mission. And I think the game should follow along the same lines, hence my suggestions.

    Thank you for your time and consideration.

    Best regards,
    Andy K., a fan of the world of football from Brazil

  8. EA should include the
    ASCENSO MX (Mexican 2nd Division)…Also the NASL and bring back creation centre

  9. Roumanian League

  10. Well, let’s see. The Champions League and Europa League will surely not be introduced because of the licenses owned by Konami.
    I would like to see the Liga 1 Orange from Romania, in the last years many people have bought the original game in my country and our league is pretty competitive and i believe it deserves to be in the game.
    Also i would like that EA would introduce more cutscenes, like when a player gets transfered, and also at the end of the season when he receives a prize.
    Moreover, i would like the introduction of a Youth department, like a youth league for academy players. So instead of just being there, to see that they are developing at a youth level before they get promoted to the first team.

  11. Bring back creation centre

  12. The number of days your players are in the transfer market so that you can adjust their sales prices

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