The game developers (EA) used this feedback wisely and put in Fifa55 brand new feature called the match day feature. This quality addition would actually be revolutionary to not only FIFA games, but football games in general.
The basics of the match day feature are that it will take data from real life performances of players, and then implement that information into the game. So if Wayne Rooney was playing really well for Manchester United, then his display would be good in the FIFA 13 game.
Another fantastic feature that was put into the FIFA 13 career mode was the graphics being improved dramatically. Now the realism put into the game is second to none with breathtaking detail. The players faces were also improved with EA actually using special software to catch the players faces with the finest details.
Now more players on the game actually looked like they do in real life with the closest to realism as possible. The Tottenham Hotspurs football club became the official partners of FIFA 13. So they had their entire teams photos taken so that all the players looked as real as they could.
The first touch control feature was a new addition to the career mode which had amazing results. Many fans did moan about the new feature which was hard to get used to at first. After a bit of practice and a few games later, gamers on the social site Twitter were saying how the first touch was a good move after all.
More club football stadiums were added to the game, including Newcastle United’s St James Park stadium. Many UK gamers wanted this arena added to FIFA 13 and their wish was granted when it was finally added to the finished game. Overall the career mode is very well set up and has had an amazing revamp for FIFA 13 this year.
In sports there were always talks about fair play and respect for others. Which should be obvious to anyone playing the game or participating in the sport. Of course, that is not the case. During the years and years of the development of sports there have been many changes on how it is governed, protected by different rules and the mentality of the participants. People developed different organizations who would control the sports (FIFA, UEFA, FIBA etc.), bring different regulations that would better the game, but over the years started to also discipline sports people for their bad actions.