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Does EA score with FIFA 16 this time around?

EA has returned yet again, this time with the latest addition to their soccer franchise in the form of FIFA 16. While soccer fans rejoice at yet another year of dribbling, shooting and scoring with their favorite players some worry if the newest entry will have enough to make them go and pick it up. With the addition of playing with women’s teams for the first time in the franchise, new ways to learn controls with FIFA Trainer and more we decided to put the new game to the test.

Related: Xbox One hardware bundle includes FIFA 16, EA Access Membership

In this video, avid gamer Joshua Smith brings an exclusive look at the all new FIFA 16. See what’s new, what to expect and more as he shares his first impressions after playing the game for a few days. Does EA have what it takes to keep fans around this year? Find out all you need to know in this quick video.

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