Take back the Game one and get it from John Lewis. It's more than shop to and Amazon, but you have the 2 year warranty.Carrick 5 Gerrard 0 wrote:My brother got a PS4 recently, getting him another controller. Bought it in Game for £55 then realised I could have just got it from John Lewis for £45 with a 2 year guarantee so will get that instead or is there somewhere else I should be getting it from? Is ShopTo reliable, just seen they have it for £35?
Thanks, that's what I'll do. He actually got his ps4 from shop to on Black Friday, kept telling him to get it from game but he saw the deal and went for it.Dante wrote:
Shop to are charlatans I'd avoid.
And that right there, summarises how I play video games. Whether FIFA, WWE or just about anything really.Dante wrote:The WWE controls are similar, but not the same. They gave it an overhaul a couple of years ago, and have tinkered with it since, so You'll probably find yourself pressing the wrong thing for a bit, then it will all click into place.
The only thing that's still hard to do for me is getting out of pins and submissions, it's no longer bash the buttons as fast as you can.
It didn't get slow, just adjusted to reality!robertbrian23 wrote:Just bought FIFA 16 and I've felt that the speed of the game became slow. Since I haven't played FIFA in several months, playing Manchester United side v Man City on Pro difficulty. I've finished the game with 0 shots.
My team was totally overrun by City with their passing, maybe I've felt a little bit rusty, I normally play with wingers and get a cross or cut inside. The gameplay was a bit of a change from FIFA 15.
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