Compete against yourself or friends in 32 mini-games, perfecting skills such as passing, dribbling, shooting, crossing and more. Hit targets, loft balls into cans and dribble through obstacle courses, collecting points and beating the clock as you progress through three levels to the Skills Challenge. Earn achievements, trophies, and XP while securing a global ranking and perfecting your skills.
As someone still relatively new the the FIFA series this is just the kind of thing I’ve been wanting to see. The idea of using skill games seems like a better way to teach players the depth of the control system than traditional tutorials have provided in the past.
FIFA 13 comes out on pretty much anything that can play a game on September 25th in North America, September 27th in Australia, and the 28th in the EU.