We Recommend: Enjoy Real Football 2012 for Free Till the New Version Arrives (Video)

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  • 16 Sep 2012
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  • Gameloft teased the 10th iteration of the Real Football series, Real Football 2013, in a fresh video that you can watch here. Till the new version arrives you can enjoy the current offer – Real Football 2012 still one of the best when it comes to sports games on the Play Store.


    Real Football 2012 is the best Gameloft has to offer to compete in the football video games segment. In this game you will unlock leagues, uniforms, equipment, tournaments, balls and items like that with the money you earn while playing, but there is also the possibility of doing it with real money. The inevitable association with FIFA from EA Sports offered for PCs, is a good thing, given the series success over the years. The funny thing is that if you’re a fan of the franchise from Electronic Arts , you will feel that you embark on a journey through time. Real Football 2012 will bring back memories of what was FIFA in the late 90s.

    The graphics of the game are good but don’t expect a complete experience like on the PC. Maybe with the new title we will see some improvements in this area. The player models are very crude polygons, the locations are repeated, the alignments of the teams, despite having a license for the FIFPro , is completely laughable. In short, little by little, all the features that this game boasts become disappointment after disappointment as you discover. For some reason (maybe the fact that is offered for free) Real Football 2012 is an enjoying experience. It is among the best football games available for the mobile platform. You can enjoy it till the new version arrives.


     Download Real Football 2012 for free from the Play Store.

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