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The IGEA Top Ten Chart in New Zealand: FIFA 15 is the ninth

We can easily know that FIFA 15 is the ninth in The IGEA Top Ten Chart powered by NPD, which is a very popular football video game in the world and always cost some of my pocket monet on FIFA 15 Coins. To my surprise, Dying Light is the noumber 1 in the chart, which i don’t really like.


After taking out all three of it’s eligible charts – PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, Dying Light has claimed the New Zealand number one spot.


As in Australia, Dragon Ball: Xenoverse has finished at number two, taking out the PlayStation 3 chart and at runner up on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Xbox 360.


The Xbox SKUs of Minecraft have again outsold PlayStation’s, dropping one spot to number three as last week’s number one, The Order: 1886 drops three spots to number four.




GTA V slips one spot to number five as Ubisoft’s Far Cry 4 holds the number six spot.


Two shooters hold the six and seven spots, with Advance Warfare dropping two spots to number seven and EA’s Battlefield 4 returns to the charts at seven.


Week 7’s number one, Evolve, plummets six spots to number nine, with FIFA 15 rounding out the top 10.


The below is the IGEA All Platforms Chart – Australia for February 23 through March 1.


1. Dying Light – Warner Bros. Interactive
2. Dragon Ball: Xenoverse – Bandai Namco Games
3. Minecraft – Microsoft
4. The Order: 1886 – Sony Computer Ent.
5. Grand Theft Auto V – Rockstar Games
6. Far Cry 4 – Ubisoft
7. Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare – Activision
8. Battlefield 4 – Electronic Arts
9. Evolve 2K – Games
10. FIFA 15 – Electronic Arts


Platforms Number 1s


PlayStation 4 – Dying Light, Warner Bros. Interactive



Xbox One – Dying Light, Warner Bros. Interactive


Nintendo Wii U – New Super Mario Bros. U, Nintendo


PlayStation Vita – Minecraft, Sony Computer Ent.


Nintendo 3DS – The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D, Nintendo


PlayStation 3 – Dragon Ball: Xenoverse, Bandai Namco Games.


Xbox 360 – Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition, Minecraft


Nintendo Wii – Just Dance 2015, Ubisoft


PlayStation Portable – FIFA 13, Electronic Arts


Nintendo DS – Bakugan: Defenders Of The Core, Activision


PC Games – Dying Light, Warner Bros.

Price cut: FIFA 15 PS4, Xbox One at retailer

FIFA 15 is popular football video game in the world launched by EA Sports, which brings the gamer the real football experience in a virtual world, so it has a lot fans in many countries. It is surely not a free game, you need buy it with some money, and you will need FIFA 15 Coins in the game, which spends money too.


Retailer Amazon.com Inc. this week price cut EA Inc.’s FIFA 15 for Sony Corp.’s Playstation 4 and Microsoft Corp.’s Xbox One to under $40 in a new retail initiative.


price cut, FIFA 15


This week, the FIFA PS4 and Xbox One SKU hold a discount price of $39.99 $20 off the $59.99 MSRP.


FIFA 15FIFA 15 includes the EA Sports Ignite engine, Emotional Intelligence, Correct Contacts, and Dynamic Match Presentation.


The FIFA 15 Ultimate Team Edition includes up to 40 FUT Gold Packs over 40 weeks, Lionel Messi FUT Loan Player, Adidas All-Star Team, Adidas Predator Boot Bundle and the Historic Kit Bundle.

FIFA 15: one bug fixed, another to deal with

FIFA 15 is one of the most popular football video games in the world and Ultimate Team mode is the most popular FIFA playing mode, which allows players to build their own football team with FIFA 15 Coins against their friends’ team on the pitch. However there are always some bugs in the game, which brings bad game experience.


It has been reported that these bugs are being ironed out by EA Sports and the affected players should be able to return to their teams shortly as EA fixes each account on an individual basis. The effected players need not fear that they fell too far behind on the pitch because EA has released a statement that there is some content that will be rewarded to everyone who lost time, as a reward for their patience.


FIFA 15, bugs


The reward is a sweet end to an otherwise bitter few weeks for the FIFA fan base that has seen the EA servers struggle to stay up. A few unforeseen internal errors as well as the aforementioned content freeze has left many players unable to play FIFA 15 online. Additionally there has been a growing frustration with the lack of functionality of the recently launched companion app for the FIFA 15 Ultimate team gaming mode. The app was functional, however trading patterns quickly deteriorated and EA has taken the market down until they can sort out a means to stabilization. The market was also removed from web services, leaving only in-game trades able to be completed. It has been two weeks since the market went down and app ratings have been taking a hit as users wait for their content to return.


None of this should derail an EA franchise that is riding a decade long high on nearly all of its sports gaming franchises. FIFA 15 used the tagline “feel the game” and although there have been some bumps and glitches along the way, it is clear that popular interest is only growing for these hyper-realistic sports games. Hopefully EA can iron out the errors it has found in expanding their platform to mobile and web content, and continue to grow the gaming industry.

FIFA 15 is influencing real life football

FIFA 15 is a popular football video game in the world, just some FIFA 15 Coins, you can build your ultimate team in the game, which brings a good football experence. Now you can buy some footballer who has a good performance in the first Champions League knockout on FIFA 15, which have already been completed last week.


Despite both Arsenal and Manchester City suffering disappointing home defeats, there was one incident we’re not accustomed to; Messi missing a penalty (and then the rebound). This was something that we thought we would only have seen on Fifa.


The Argentine usually converts penalties for fun but last night, he slipped up meaning one thing: Glitches have began to creep into real-life football.


In recent months, clips of Fifa 15 glitches have emerged, providing us with great goals, shocking errors, but more importantly, hilarious moments.


FIFA 15, real football life


Have Fifa computer games become so big, that they’re influencing professional footballers or is it still the opposite? Let’s take a look at a few examples and similarities and ye can make your own minds up.


The Good


Forget Rooney, Ronaldo and Van Persie, there’s no better feeling in football than when a goalkeeper scores a goal from his own box. It’s a rare occurrence that we’re only blessed to see once every few years. Tim Howard’s famous long range effort against Bolton three years ago seems to have added a new dimension to the roles of keepers in Fifa.


Last ditch defending is an art in itself. Some are born for it, others aren’t. Call it extra training and analysis or pure expectancy pressure, defenders seem to have the goalkeepers back more these days. When the keeper decides to take a wander out of his box, the centre-half is always there to cover. Recent Fifa games have incorporated a similar feature allowing for a tougher challenge to score, and lets face it, much more craic.


As important as defenders and keepers are to the game, we all turn on the match so see the big-name strikers do what they do best- score absolute crackers. However, rabona goals have become a recent trend again as players make it look so it easy. Is this down to how good they look on the game? Probably not, but you never know. Either way, it’s great to see the trick has resurfaced in world football.


The Bad


As last night’s events inspired this article, we must start off ‘The Bad’ with Messi’s penalty miss. As prolific as he is from 6 yards, he has been known to fail from the spot on Fifa. Could that have caused it? You wouldn’t think so, but, then again, missing the follow-up didn’t help his case either!!


Remember Nani’s acrobatics? Of course you do! It was one of the biggest Champions League sending off debates, after the Man United winger rose high and planted the boot in Arbeloa. I don’t think we have ever seen Sir Alex run as fast to confront the referee. Had Nani got the idea from Fifa the year earlier?


FIFA 15, real football life


There’s nothing more entertaining to a neutral (apart from a 40 yard screamer) than a calamity in defence. More so when it gives the striker a tap-in into an open goal. Keeping a clean sheet is the name-of-the-game for defenders so when it goes pear-shaped, players are sacked and controllers (and even TV’s) are destroyed.


The Ugly


In recent Fifa games, there seems to be much more physicality brought into matches for gamers entertainment. I have (as most of us have) seen headbutts, boots to faces and players hacked from all kinds of angles. However, what we haven’t seen much of are the WWE-influenced ‘clotheslines’. The move hasn’t been too apparent in recent professional football, but that doesn’t mean the Fifa makers have to kick it out.


..And The Sexual


Due to the hundreds of camera’s pointing at every angle at football matches, we are able to see the ‘Pictures/Videos taken at the Wrong time’. This year’s Capital One Cup semi final 1st leg encounter between Liverpool and Chelsea experienced one of these moments. John Terry and Raheem Sterling got into a tangle (and for once, the sexual mix-up was not orchestrated by the defender), imitating similar scenes from Fifa 13.


For some odd reason, players making out (as a way of eradicating some sort of altercation) has become more and more incorporated into Fifa. There is no explanation why, it just happens every now and again. Gary Neville and Paul Scholes must have taken a few tips.


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The formation of Team of the Week February 28

FIFA 15 TOTW package have been released by EA Sports, which includes some top performers who has great performance in the real world. This week’s formation is 3-4-3, which is a classical formation in the football world. We can guess that there are some guys who will lose a lot of FIFA 15 Coins, because this week’s footballers are so talented and strong.


Arjen Robben has a great 93 card, with a significant increase to his shooting stat (+7) and David Silva’s IF card has also seen a significant bump to shooting (+8), passing (+6) and pace (+3). With two silvers in the lineup, though, and three cards below 80, this week’s selection is poor overall.


The formation of Team of the Week February 28


The cards will be available in packs from 6pm tonight, so expect the transfer market to flood with unwanted cards around this time.


Here is the full Team of the Week:




Kossi Agassa – Stade Reims – 79




RB – Roberto Rosales – Malaga CF – 74


CB – Rolando – R.S.C. Anderlecht – 80


CB – Skrtel – Liverpool – 82




RW – Antonio Candreva – Lazio – 84


CM – Andrea Pirlo – Juventus – 85


CDM – Adrien Rabiot – Paris Saint-Germain – 74


LM – David Silva – Manchester City – 90




RW – Arjen Robben – Bayern Munich – 93


ST – Antoinne Griezmann – Atletico Madrid – 86


LM – Kris Commons – Celtic – 77




GK – Marwin Hitz – FC Augsburg – 74


LB – Fabian Schonheim – 1. FC Union Berlin – 71


CAM – Alexander Gerndt – BSC Young Boys – 73


ST – Ivan Santini – KV Kortrijk – 72


ST – Marc Janko – Sydney FC – 74


CM – Jed Wallace – Portsmouth – 64


ST – Reuben Reid – Plymouth Argyle – 64

FIFA refuses compensation for European football clubs

“We will not compensate clubs”, announced by the world governing body FIFA on Wednesday, despite the 2022 World Cup is moved to November-December, which have troubled European football clubs for a long time and make them angry a lot.


On Tuesday, Karl-Heinze Rummenigge, the chairman of the European Clubs’ Association, said his organization’s members wanted financial compensation following the proposed change.


FIFA, refuses compensation


This was to cover the costs that Europe’s clubs and leagues will spend on rescheduling their championships, many of which run between August and May.


But FIFA Secretary General Jerome Valcke dashed those hopes when speaking in Qatar, the country that will host the 2022 finals.


“There will be no compensation. I mean, they have seven years to reorganize football around the world for this World Cup,” the Frenchman told reporters.


“It is happening once and we are doing nothing that destroys football,” he added.


With concerns for both players and fans given the Qatari heat in June-July, a FIFA task force announced on Tuesday that the tournament should be played at the end of the year.


FIFA, refuses compensation


Average temperatures in Qatar are around 25 degrees Celsius towards the end of the year, roughly 15 degrees lower than the traditional World Cup months.


Valcke also said the duration of the competition would be reduced from 32 to 28 days.


FIFA is expected to ratify the proposals when its Executive Committee meets in Zurich on 19-20 March.


European clubs had been hoping for the tournament to be played at the start of 2022.


“UEFA and its National Associations had initially preferred for the 2022 FIFA World Cup to be held in January,” the European governing body said in a statement.


“However, once the FIFA Task Force recommended to stage the competition from late November to late December 2022, UEFA suggested an option could be for the final to be played on December 23.”


The English Premier League, whose chief executive Richard Scudamore said he was “very disappointed” by the switch, would prefer the final to be played earlier in order to maintain its traditional Christmas calendar, with matches having been played on December 26 for many decades.


FIFA, refuses compensation


Meanwhile, Valcke suggested that the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations, which normally takes place between January and February, will kick off in June because of the delay to the 2022 World Cup.


The Confederation of African Football has yet to comment on the matter, having previously stated it will only readjust its calendar once FIFA has confirmed the dates for the Qatar tournament.


In an unexpected move, FIFA announced that the 2021 Confederations Cup will not be held in Qatar.


The tournament is often described as a World Cup warm-up given that it allows the host nation to fine tune its facilities and conduct a test run some 12 months before the main event.


Valcke said the climate rules out Qatar and added that the tournament, which pits the World Cup holders against the hosts and champions of FIFA’s six confederations, will be played “in an Asian country,” which has still to be determined.


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This week, FIWC fans have one last chance to grab a prize with our FIWC Facebook February contests. The final prize for February is a very special one – a Sony PlayStation®4 controller signed by 2006 FIFA World Cup champion Alessandro Del Piero!




The Juventus legend, who represented Italy at three FIFA World Cups, signed the PS4 controller shortly after playing an exhibition match against reigning FIWC Champion August Rosenmeier at the FIFA Ballon d’Or 2014. You can watch August take on Del Piero in the above video.


Follow the FIFA Interactive World Cup on Facebook and keep a close eye on this week’s Facebook posts to make sure you don’t miss your chance to win this prize! Visit the FIWC Facebook Contest Terms and Conditions page for more information.


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FIFA 15 Ultimate Team stuck players coins issue will be fixed soon

There were some FIFA 15 Ultimate Team owners, whose FIFA 15 Coins or items was stuck, EA will helps those guys out. Because of some technical issues, according to EA Sports, they can’t solve this issue before, but they have some new solutions now and will fix it soon.


FIFA 15,  Ultimate Team


However, the company said that it’s now possible to review player accounts affected by stuck issue:


We recently ran into a technical issue that prevented us from properly resolving stuck content (player items or coins) for the FIFA Ultimate Team accounts of a small number of FIFA fans. We are now able to review these select few accounts, and we will be working to unstick these items for the affected FIFA fans.


The process of fixing this issue “will occur daily over the next couple of weeks.” In addition. EA will offer affected players “one-time package of untradeable packs” to make up for their troubles.


FIFA 15,  Ultimate Team


If you have been a victim of this issue, keep an eye on your Origin email address or EA SPORTS Football Club News Alerts for an update on the fix. After the issues has been resolved, your untraceable packs will arrive in the next few days.


In related news, Fifa 15 Ultimate Team has received a new update for over 130 players based on real life performance. Neymar, Alexis Sanchez, Sergio Aguero, Shinji Kagawa, Xabi Alonso and more are a part of the list. Visit here to know more about those updated players.