FIFA 15 was released in 2014 as the 22nd installment to the FIFA series from the series developer and publisher, EA. The football simulation game series first began in 1993 and since then the releases of this game have been annual. This is the first game in the series to be fully licensed by the Premier League.
 Game Play
FIFA 15 follows the standard gameplay set by the previous games; the player still controls a football team and by controlling characters one at a time the player needs to control the ball and score the most points. While this addition to the series follows the same basic idea and structure, some changes and upgrades were made for this game.
The new full licensing from Premier League has allowed EA to include much more in this edition to the FIFA series; the game features 35 licensed leagues with over 600 clubs, 41 licensed stadiums and over 16,000 players.
The AI in FIFA 15 have been overhauled with the new team tactics system; the AI teammates and opponents now recognise what is happening in the game and adjust their tactics accordingly. This does not have much impact in the online mode, players will still have total control over tactics when playing online. This was not the only change to AI however as goalkeepers have been overhauled with a new AI system and over new 50 animations.
There is also a new emotional intelligence system; with this system all 22 players on the pitch have some sort of emotion or attitude towards the other players on the pitch. The players could be angry if the same opponent repeatedly fouls them for example and may even confront them. FIFA 15 has over 600 animations which players use to express their emotions in the game.
In the previous games, tackling another player leaves the ball to roll free from both players however due to a new change in this area it is possible to physically win the ball with a tackle now.
The career gamemode has had a few changes to improve the Team Management feature where the player can now create up to five new team tactics for different line-ups. Other changes were made to make this mode more authentic; improvements to player growth, the Global Transfer Network, Player Search and storyline were made to improve the management portion of the game.
Kick Off mode is the gamemode where players can play a single match which can be played against the computer or online against up to 3 other players. The Ultimate Team Mode allows players to form a team for the short term; players can buy new people for their team in the Transfer Market and keep them until their contract expires. A chemistry feature was added to the Ultimate Team Mode where players will communicate better if they play on the same team in real life, in the same league or even come from the same nation.
New AI – The AI systems have been overhauled to create more intelligent and responsive AI players
Full licensing – The full licensing allows for over 16,000 players, 600 clubs, 35 licensed leagues and 41 licensed stadiums
More realistic – The chemistry feature in the Ultimate Team Mode makes the game much more realistic
Manage the team better – The Team Management feature allows players in career mode to design stronger tactics and better place players
Online Multiplayer – Play with up to 4 players online
 Hardware Info
FIFA 15 has been released on a multitude of console; Windows PC, Playstation 3, Playstation 4, Wii. Nintendo 3DS Xbox 360 and Xbox One. However not all features of the game will be available on the seventh generation consoles.
The Ultimate Team Mode is also available on iOS and Android devices along with Windows Phone.
 PC Hardware Info
• OS: Windows V/7/8/8.1 - 64-Bit
• CPU: Intel Q6600 Core2 Quad @ 2.4Ghz (or AMD Phenom 7950 Quad-Core, AMD Athlon II X4 620 equivalent)
• RAM: 4GB
• Hard Drive Space Required: 13.0 GB
• Minimum Supported Video Cards: ATI Radeon HD 5770, NVIDIA GTX 650
• DirectX: 11.0