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FIFA 17 - the football game where you're better off letting the AI defend for you

I've played over 50 online matches of FIFA 17 now, so feel comfortable in delivering a verdict of sorts: this is the sweatiest FIFA game I've ever played. I don't mean it actually makes me sweat. Well, it sometimes does, but not, you know, generally. I mean it's gameplay balances precariously on a knife-edge and matches are won or lost in a moment of madness. A mistake, invariably, either from the computer-controlled players or, yep, the goalkeeper.
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