Sunday, 2 October 2011



Developer-EA Canada,HB Studios (Wii)
Publisher-EA Sports
Engine-Impact Engine
Platform-Android, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, Wii, PlayStation 2, Xperia Play, PlayStation Portable, 3DS, iOS
Release date-    

    NA 27 September 2011
    EU 29–30 September 2011

Genre-Sports simulation
Mode-Single-player, multiplayer

    ACB: G
    ESRB: E
    PEGI: 3
    USK: 0

Media/distribution-Optical disc, download, memory card.


FIFA 12 (titled FIFA Soccer 12 in North America) is the nineteenth game in Electronic Arts' FIFA series of association football video games. It was developed by EA Canada, and published by Electronic Arts worldwide under the EA Sports label. David Rutter, the line producer for FIFA 12, promised "a revolutionary year for FIFA ... especially in the gameplay department.."

An "Ultimate Edition" of the game was available through Game and Gamestation stores if pre-ordered. It included four monthly Ultimate Team gold packs, with each pack containing 12 items including players, contracts, stadiums, managers, staff, fitness, healing, footballs, team kits and badges. Each pack contained one or more (if you are lucky) rare item, such as enhanced player attributes, longer contracts and the most coveted players. On 22 June 2011, EA Sports announced that the Microsoft Windows version of FIFA 12 will have the same engine, features, and competitions as the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions.

Along with several other new EA Sports titles, FIFA 12 was available three days early to purchasers of the EA Sports Season Ticket.The release date of the FIFA 12 demo was announced at the Gamescom event in Germany on 16 August; the demo was available from Xbox Live Marketplace and EA's Origin Store for Microsoft Windows on 13 September 2011, though the PlayStation 3 demo was not available in Europe until the following day.


A "trinity" of major gameplay changes have been implemented in FIFA 12; these are the Impact Engine, Tactical Defending, and Precision Dribbling.In development for several years, the Impact Engine improves collision variety, accuracy, and momentum preservation. A new advanced procedural animation system is used along with collision physics to produce different results depending on the players and physical forces involved. This affects all players, so even those off the ball may have collisions. The Impact Engine has been cited as a game changer, making FIFA 12 less structured and synthetic than its predecessors, and has been described by producer David Rutter as the biggest technological change to the series since the transition to the current generation of consoles.The Impact Engine also directly affects injuries sustained by players during a match.The new Tactical Defending system aims to change the approach to defending by placing equal importance on positioning, intercepting passes and tackling. When defending there will be more of an emphasis on slowing attackers down and containing them, and pressuring them into making mistakes. This is intended to be a more manual form of defending, requiring greater timing and precision when compared to the defensive "press" system used in previous FIFA games.The old system, now dubbed "legacy defending", where a button press causes an AI player to home in on the player in possession of the ball, can still be used offline, and in online friendlies and custom unranked matches.


FIFA 12 features 29 licensed leagues from 22 countries. Unlike FIFA 11, Gambrinus liga and Turkish Süper Lig are not included.
        Hyundai A-League
        Austrian Bundesliga
        Pro League
        Campeonato Brasileiro Série A
        Danish Superliga
        Barclays Premier League
        Npower Championship
        Npower league 1
        Npower league 2
        Ligue 1
        Ligue 2
        1. Bundesliga
        2. Bundesliga
        Serie A
        Serie B
     Korea Republic
        Mexican Primera División
        T-Mobile Ekstraklasa


        Primeira Liga
     Republic of Ireland
        League of Ireland
        Russian Premier League
        Scottish Premier League
        Liga BBVA
        Liga Adelante
        Axpo Super League
     United States /  Canada
    Rest of the World
        Classic XI
        World League XI
            Boca Juniors
            Racing Club
            River Plate
            AEK Athens
         South Africa
            Kaizer Chiefs
            Orlando Pirates


FIFA 12 has 42 national teams in its international division. Five new teams are added to the list, while  China PR,  Paraguay,  Ukraine ,  Wales and  Nigeria are not included in this edition.

     Argentina (licensed)
     Australia (licensed)
     Austria (licensed)
     Belgium (licensed)
     Chile (new)
     Colombia (new)
     Côte d'Ivoire (new)
     Croatia (licensed)
     Denmark (licensed)
     Egypt (new)


     England (licensed)
     France (licensed)
     Germany (licensed)
     Greece (licensed)
     Mexico (licensed)
     Netherlands (licensed)
     New Zealand (licensed)
     Northern Ireland (licensed)
     Peru (new)


     Portugal (licensed)
     Republic of Ireland (licensed) * Romania
     Scotland (licensed)
     South Africa
     South Korea (licensed)
     Spain (licensed)
     Sweden (licensed)
     Turkey (licensed)
     United States (licensed)


There are 56 stadiums in FIFA 12, including most of the larger stadiums from Europe's most prominent leagues, as well as a range of generic stadia. In FIFA 12 there are new real stadia: Manchester City's Etihad Stadium, Juventus's Juventus Stadium, Vancouver Whitecaps' BC Place Stadium.

    Germany Allianz Arena (Bayern Munich and 1860 Munich)
    Netherlands Amsterdam Arena (Ajax Amsterdam)
    England Anfield (Liverpool F.C.)
    Canada BC Place (Vancouver Whitecaps FC)
    Spain Camp Nou (F.C. Barcelona)
    England Emirates Stadium (Arsenal F.C.)
    Mexico Estadio Azteca (Club América)
    Spain Estadio Mestalla (Valencia C.F.)


    Spain Estadio Vicente Calderón (Atlético de Madrid)
    England Etihad Stadium (Manchester City F.C.)
    Germany Imtech Arena (Hamburg SV)
    Italy Juventus Stadium (Juventus F.C.)
    England Old Trafford (Manchester United F.C.)
    Germany Olympiastadion (Hertha BSC)
    France Parc des Princes (Paris Saint-Germain)
    Italy San Siro (F.C. Internazionale and A.C. Milan)
    Spain Santiago Bernabéu Stadium (Real Madrid C.F.)
    Germany Signal Iduna Park (Borussia Dortmund)


    England St. James' Park (Newcastle United)
    France Stade Gerland (Olympique Lyonnais)
    France Stade Vélodrome (Olympique de Marseille)
    Italy Stadio Olimpico (S.S. Lazio and A.S. Roma)
    England Stamford Bridge (Chelsea F.C.)
    Germany Veltins-Arena (Schalke 04)
    England Wembley Stadium


Martin Tyler returns as the main commentator, with former Arsenal and England player Alan Smith co-commentator.Smith replaces long-term FIFA contributor Andy Gray following the controversy surrounding him earlier in 2011 and his subsequent dismissal from the Sky Sports commentary team.FIFA 12 producer David Rutter described Smith as "one of the top-tier broadcasters on the UK football scene, [who will bring] a fresh, new perspective and insight ... working alongside the trusted and well-known voice of Martin Tyler".A second English commentary team will be included in the form of ITV's Clive Tyldesley and Andy Townsend, who will be used for tournament modes and for the UEFA Euro 2012 expansion, though they can also be set as the default commentators.
Like previous versions, there is both PAL and NTSC commentary in Spanish language. For the PAL versions, Spaniards Manolo Lama and Paco González serve as the Spanish commentators. For the NTSC version, available in the United States, Mexico and Canada, former Mexican international Ricardo Peláez and Enrique "El Perro Bermúdez" provide commentary. Shortly after the release of the game, Peláez was chosen as director of football for Club América, effectively leaving his position as commentator; Followed by a Twitter post by Bermúdez who announced that FIFA 12 would be effectively, his last game with him commentating.

FIFA 12 will be the first in the series to be released in Arabic, with Essam El Shawaly and Abdullah Mubarak Al-Harby providing the commentary.


As with previous FIFA games, a number of different national covers are used. Most of them depict either Manchester United and England striker Wayne Rooney, and/or Real Madrid's Brazilian international Kaká,along with one or two other players, often from the country in question. In the UK and Ireland, Jack Wilshere of Arsenal and England is featured alongside Rooney,while Everton's Australian midfielder Tim Cahill partners Rooney and Kaká on both the Australian and Asian covers.Rooney appears for the first time on the North American cover along with Los Angeles Galaxy forward Landon Donovan and Rafael Márquez of New York Red Bulls.The French cover features Rooney alongside French stars Karim Benzema and Philippe Mexès, while the German cover only features two Germans: Mats Hummels of Dortmund and FC Köln's Lukas Podolski. The Polish game cover features, as well as Rooney, Jakub Błaszczykowski, the Polish national team captain and the midfielder for Borussia Dortmund, while the Portuguese cover features Manchester United's Portugal winger Nani alongside Kaká. Covers are also available to download from the internet, for example, a fan could go to search for their preferred club and download that cover. The cover players are also utilised in the FIFA 12 advertising campaigns, and other promotional and social media activities worldwide.EA spokesman Matt Bilbey claimed that the chosen players all "passionately play our game" and will be talking to fans about their own experiences with FIFA.The stadium featured in the background is Arsenal's Emirates Stadium.


As part of their promotion of FIFA 12 EA Sports have signed a deal with English Premier League club Manchester City that was described as "unprecedented in both its scale and scope within the computer game industry".The deal will involve content distributed through the digital channels of both the club and EA, including "match simulations" before the actual fixtures and "unique visuals of the City stars in action",as well as a "virtual kit launch" held on 21 July 2011.EA will be making available a downloadable Manchester City-themed game cover as well as installing gaming areas around the City of Manchester Stadium.The entire first team squad have had their heads scanned in 360 degrees for more accurate in-game representations.

For the third year running, EA Sports co-sponsors English Football League Two side Swindon Town, with the FIFA 12 logo featuring on the back of the home shirt and on the front of the away shirt.


* OS: Windows XP, Vista or Windows 7
* CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo at 1.8 GHz / Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core 5400+
* RAM: 1 GB XP, 2 GB Vista/7
* HDD: 6.5 GB free disk space
* Graphics: 256 MB Graphics Memory
* Sound Card: DirectX 9 Compatible
* DirectX: Version 9.0c

FIFA 2012
Release Date : 2011
Size : 3.3 Gb
Game Type : Sports
Published By : Ea Sports
Crack : Precracked

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