A lack of full optimisation and feedback in matches holds back what is otherwise a good recreation of the team-building and managing game.
Already a contender, and if the developer puts in the training, this could feasibly become the best footie game on iOS.
FIFA 13 is the best football sim we’ve played on iOS, and is great for the price, even if there’s still room for improvement.
Short-lived? Perhaps. But we can’t think of many ways we’d rather spend 69p, and this one’s especially gorgeous on a Retina iPad.
Bewildering, dense and feels lacking in both precision and fun. Issues like the need to be online and poor tutorial only compound our lack of interest.
Those looking for something new will be disappointed, but fans of the original will lap up Frisbee Forever 2’s visuals and track design.
The idea seems nice, but there just isn’t enough information to feel like you’re in control of the matches.
A great multiplayer game with a few irritations, but plenty of options and a fun, simple premise – though the ‘football’ isn’t exactly at Spain’s level.