Video game review: FIFA 16 (X1/PS4/350/PS3/PC)

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If you’re a fan of FIFA then this is still the best complete footballing package on home consoles – bar none.

But EA seems to have treaded water in terms of notable improvements over the past couple of years – with some arguing that it doesn’t really need to – and seems to have lost a little of the sparkle it worked so hard to gain over the past decade.

That said, if you’re a FIFA stalwart, then the odd gaming inconsistency is heavily outweighed by the presentation polish, even though this version is probably nearer the secondary cover player Jordan Henderson than primary star Lionel Messi – consistent.

Rating: 4/5