Parents' Guide to

2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil

By Marc Saltzman, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

Family-friendly soccer simulation captures thrill of FIFA.

Game PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 2014
2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil Poster Image

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Even without all the FIFA World Cup Brazil dressing -- if you strip away all the green and yellow, the fireworks, the face-paint, team chants, and overall bump in visual and audio production quality -- there is still an exceptional soccer game here. The players move fluidly, ball handling feels great, and there are many modes to choose from to keep things fresh. This year's game focuses more on the offensive game, which makes it faster and more exciting for both sides. Those who like to play online can can compete in the Group Stage and World Cup finals. Win seven games in a row and you'll be hosting the FIFA World Cup Trophy at Estadio do Maracana in Rio.​

There isn't much to complain about here other than the odd jarring animation or crowd glitch. This family-friendly game is a must-have for soccer fans excited about the 2014 World Cup.

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