"SOCCER" content on TweakTown - Page 1
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Hyundai to offer eco-friendly fleet for use during World Cup 2022
As a sponsor of the FIFA World Cup 2022, Hyundai is going to use its fleet of electric and hybrid vehicles on site - in an effort to go carbon neutral.
EA tributes tragically killed Chapecoense soccer team
Electronic Arts is giving all FIFA 17 players a free Chapecoense kit and crest so they can pay tribute to the tragically lost lives in-game.
FIFA 17 Xbox One Review
FIFA returns for another year with a brand new engine after having left the old generation behind. Is it enough to keep it at the top? Let's see.
Football Manager 2016 PC Review
Another season, another Football Manager game - only this year there is a lot more under the hood than ever before. Let's take a close look.
FIFA 16 Xbox One Review
Women's Football makes its debut in FIFA 16 along with a few other modes. Is it enough to make you shelve the excellent FIFA 15?
FIFA 15 PlayStation 4 Game Review
FIFA 14 was impressive, but left us wanting a bit more. FIFA 15 is here now - has it fixed the mistakes of last year? Here's Simon's full review on PS4.
FIFA 14 PlayStation 3 Review
EA adds yet even more to the FIFA series, but have they pushed it too far the wrong way? Simon thinks they just might have.
Football Manager 2013 Hands-on Preview
We go hands-on with the next version of the best footy manager sim around.
FIFA 13 PlayStation 3 Review
We think this is the greatest football game of this generation of consoles. Read on to find out why.
UEFA Euro 2012 PlayStation 3 Review
EA provides a brand new game via DLC, but it's disappointing.
FIFA 12 PlayStation 3 Review
EA takes the best and makes it better yet again.
Winning Eleven Nintendo 3DS Hands On Preview
We take the import version of Winning Eleven Soccer 3D for a spin.
Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 Xbox 360 Review
Having been relegated to the second tier, can Pro Evolution make it back to the Premier League?
FIFA 10 Xbox 360 Review
Ten million whistles blown? There'll be a whole lot more this year as EA scores again.