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Submitted by Gwynne Dixon on August 2 2011 - 16:02

Subscription service offers access to games three days ahead of their retail launch...

EA Sports has announced a Season Ticket programme for the publisher's four major titles: FIFA, Madden NFL Football, Tiger Woods PGA Tour, and NHL Hockey (the first game to use it will be Madden 12, which launches on September 2nd in the UK).

The Season Ticket, which is available for 2000 Microsoft Points (£17) via Xbox Live from today, acts as a yearlong pass for exclusive and discounted content across EA Sports' biggest IPs.

Using the Season Ticket, players can gain access to digitally distributed versions of EA Sports' titles three days before they're released in the shops (the digital version then times out on day three but progress can be carried through to a purchased retail copy).

Other bonus content from the ticket includes a 20% discount on all premium DLC, free access to premium web content such as FIFA 12's Creation Centre customisation tools, and exclusive membership recognition badges both in-game and on EASports.com profiles.

Although the Season Ticket is available for both Xbox 360 and PS3 users in the US, PS3 users in Europe will not have access to the program for the time being. According to a Eurogamer report, EA Sports is yet to reach a licensing agreement for the Season Ticket with Sony Europe.

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By: Anonymous

Added:Sun 02nd Sep 2012 18:44, Post No: 19

fifa is the best game


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By: Anonymous

Added:Sat 27th Aug 2011 02:56, Post No: 18

bring back player form and increased player growth. Not as radical as fifa 10 but not as skimpy as fifa 11. somewhere in between.


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By: Anonymous

Added:Sat 27th Aug 2011 02:55, Post No: 17

bring back player form

 

 

 

 

 

 


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By: Anonymous

Added:Wed 24th Aug 2011 21:58, Post No: 16

Gutted that the USA are getting this game 3 days before the people who actually want it and will understand it...

In saying that, I still can't wait for it!


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By: Anonymous

Added:Sat 30th Jul 2011 01:48, Post No: 15

I haven't tried FIFA11 yet, and happy I hadn't bought it if this info is true,

After reading this I'm glad to stay with FIFA10

if they don't have ebough time, why it has to be an annual event??, just to have DISSAPOINTED USERS,

 

anyone have a bug like mine? if you get draw on FA cup then you're already out of competition even before the second game even played


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By: Anonymous

Added:Thu 21st Jul 2011 14:59, Post No: 14

yeant


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By: Anonymous

Added:Thu 21st Jul 2011 14:42, Post No: 13

All that fifa 12 needs is to look at what people liked in fifa 10 and fifa 11 and make sure they are in fifa 12. Also it is so easy and useful to survey people now and would benefit the game so much. I have searched for fifa 12 sergestion websites by fifa and i cant find one that they listen to. they could see what the majority of gamers wanted in the new fifa 12 and simply do it! Here are some of the thing me and my friends think should be in fifa 12...

1) swap deals, 2) managing international teams, 3) better youth squads (so for example evertons 25 man team and countless youth players), 4) more realistic game play, 5) numerous amazing boots, 6) all teams have a 3rd kit, 7) being able to see real managers on the oppositions touch line (MOYES, FERGUSON AND DALGLISH, ETC...) and 8) create a manager (create yourself as a manager e.g, face, clothes and detailed information).


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By: Anonymous

Added:Wed 20th Jul 2011 19:19, Post No: 12

I found that FIFA 11 wasnt as good as FIFA 10 and there are a few simple changes that could have made the game much better.

1) Swap Deals

2) More player interactivety

3) None of that stupid leg through a player stuff (when a player on the opposite team gets the ball off of your player by puting his leg through your player)

4) A better passing system

5) More realistic game-play (like Drogba not being pushed off the ball by a player who is 4ft / Torres winning a header against Vidic / Walcott getting out-paced by Terry etc)


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By: Anonymous

Added:Mon 18th Jul 2011 00:20, Post No: 11

make the be a pro accomplishments easier to get all of them. like for 5 star weak foot why not just have it as "score 100 goals with weak foot".

i play on professional and cant get the accomplishments for world class. its pointless, have you thought about people who are beginners and play on amateur... their virtual pro will be at like 70 at max. another thing, my player/manager retired at like 23... i mean come on, 23? why only 15 seasons... why no option to retire when you want.

it isnt fair. please just consider my idea. improve virtual pro.


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By: Anonymous

Added:Thu 14th Jul 2011 13:57, Post No: 10

I hope the 'improvement' on the transfer system includes SWAP DEALS ie Imbrahimovic for Eto'o,,, and maybe more offers for players not on the transfer lists because this is what happens in real life,,, ie adam for Liverpool and Milner to Mancity (Villa and Blackpool didnt want to sell their players. So, add transfer requests maybe?


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