New FIFA Vita trailer shows touch screen/pad controls

Posted By | On 17th, Dec. 2011

EA Sports has released a new video for the upcoming PS Vita version of FIFA showing how the game can be controlled using the touch screen and the rear touch pad functionalities of the upcoming handheld. The game looks pretty good, definitely much better than what we’re used to seeing of the franchise on the PSP. Let’s hope EA Sports actually puts in some effort into their handeld games from now on, having much better systems on their hands.

FIFA Football releases as a launch title of the PS Vita when the system releases in Europe and US on February 22 next year. Stay tuned for more info.


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