Get ready for an exciting range of advances that take you even closer to the beautiful game with FIFA 14.
Test your knowledge of the game in every area as you look for the players to put together a winning team and prepare the tactics to take on your next opponent.
Build your ultimate team of football stars by earning, buying, selling and trading players and items within the FIFA community. Create, manage and compete with multiple squads in new competitions each week.
FIFA 14 introduces the new Real Ball Physics and Pure Shot features that make your attempts on goal more realistic than ever before. Your players will adjust their stride to get off a good shot when the opportunity presents itself but if the chance comes when they are off-balance, the accuracy and strength of their shot will be compromised – just like real life.
That is counterbalanced by improved team-mate intelligence that ensures defenders stay close to their opponents in a bid to limit their opportunities, while keeping an eye out for a counterattacking opportunity.
A new variable first touch makes dribbling with the ball even more of an art, while shielding the ball is more lifelike than ever.
The improved Career mode also makes player scouting more realistic than ever, letting you develop your scouting network and assess players on their attributes.
You can also use the new EA Sports Football Club app for iPhone and Android smartphone to manage your squad, search live auctions and bid to win new players.
FIFA 14 is set to be one of the year's biggest titles for the PS Vita.Age from 3 years.
The Jak and Daxter Trilogy for the PS Vita features three Jak and Daxter titles - Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy, Jak II, and Jak 3 - all remastered by Mass Media.
Now you can experience the adventures of Jak and his Daxter in 720p high definition with crisper visuals, smoother gameplay animation and in full stereoscopic 3D.
The franchise set a benchmark for the platformer genre in its PlayStation 2 heyday with its huge environments and gaming freedom.
Remastered in HD for superb visual and crisp picture quality, the original games now burst with life more than ever before.
Jak 1 is very child-friendly with its combination of combat and platforming, while Jak 2 is a little more grown up, with guns arriving and some tough boss battles to deal with. Jake 3 adds Mad Max style vehicles and a sprawling desert as the excitement goes up a notch.
Age from 12 years.