No age rating- not worth money.
I had FIFA 14 on Xbox 360, then I got FIFA 15 on Xbox 360, then when I got Xbox One, I bought FIFA 15 on Xbox One. Although I still enjoy playing FIFA, and I think it has more to it than most of the other games, it feels like I have bought three editions of the same game. On Xbox 360, I thought it was a massive con that they would not give you pro-clubs to try to get you to get Xbox One. In gameplay terms, it looked exactly the same and felt the same other than the fact they removed over-powered crosses. They added goal-line technology, in which I have only experienced once, when although it was a goal and it said it was a goal, the replay stopped at the wrong time, where there was actually none of the ball that had gone in the goal. Ultimate team is exactly the same, and not much extras that I can think of. There is also an error with my Xbox One edition, it says that I need to make a new origin account so that I could have a kid profile. Firstly, I put my mum's email in, which we have used before. The message read 'this is a duplicate email', so I used my email, and it came up with the same message. I then put up my back-up email, which still did not work. It didn't phase me too much though, as I often use, and enjoy, the career mode, which I feel has been improved on Xbox One. But anyone looking to buy this on Xbox 360, if you already have FIFA 14, just stick with it.