The Price of Fifa 15 Coins for Different Kinds of Consoles

FIFA-15-1 offer fifa 15 coins for different kinds of consoles and we can make the delivery very fast after your order is confirmed. The price of fifa 15 coins for different kinds of consoles is following.

100K FIFA 15 Coins      €2.85
200K FIFA 15 Coins     €5.69
300K FIFA 15 Coins     €8.52

100K FIFA 15 Coins      €4.35
200K FIFA 15 Coins     €8.69
300K FIFA 15 Coins     €13.01

XOBX 360
100K FIFA 15 Coins      €4.35
200K FIFA 15 Coins     €8.69
300K FIFA 15 Coins     €13.01

100K FIFA 15 Coins      €2.85
200K FIFA 15 Coins     €5.69
300K FIFA 15 Coins     €8.52

500K FIFA 15 Coins      €4.51
600K FIFA 15 Coins     €5.40
800K FIFA 15 Coins     €7.20

2000K FIFA 15 Coins      €4.00
3000K FIFA 15 Coins     €6.00
4000K FIFA 15 Coins     €7.99

2000K FIFA 15 Coins      €4.00
3000K FIFA 15 Coins     €6.00
4000K FIFA 15 Coins     €7.99

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FIFA 15: Lionel Messi and Eden Hazard, clash on the cyber pitch, there will surely be fireworks

Tis the season for superstars to battle at FIFA.

When two of the world’s biggest stars, Lionel Messi and Eden Hazard, clash on the cyber pitch, there will surely be fireworks.

In FIFA 15‘s Christmas push, Messi battles Hazard with Barcelona and Chelsea, respectively (duh—a Champions League final preview?) with some holiday-themed singing gingerbread men spectating.

There’s also a dancing reindeer on Hazard’s pillow, and Messi is serenaded by a Santa Claus coffee mug.

It’s all very good fun.

FIFA 15: Defending Tips


I see a lot of people asking for help in defense this year and I thought i’ll help as I don’t concede many goals. In fact, I concede less goals this year than I did in 14. I was getting raped on the counter and crosses on 14, not anymore. This fifa suits my playing style a lot more and I thought i’d share it. Here goes:

  1. Defend like in a real football game. Do you see people pressing high and tackling all the time in a real game? No right? Stay compact, stay back, and shepherd your mark to the wing. Crosses aren’t OP anymore, so you can allow them to come in most of the time. Use contain and jockey to push your mark to the wing. BUY PACEY CB’s.
  2. Auto tackling distance has been drastically reduced. You can go within a foot of the player and he’ll still get past you. This fifa, you need to start using the tackle button a lot more and a LOT more intelligently. Don’t spam the tackle, wait for your opponent to show you the ball, and go in for the tackle.
  3. You need to learn how to predict your opponents moves, just like in a real game. Don’t only concentrate on the ball and the player with the ball. Keep glancing all around the pitch and cut off dangerous passing lanes. Most people I have seen tend to pass it forward all the time with no thought for build up play. If you defend well, you can get him caught high up in possession.
  4. Again, keep an eye on the full pitch and the radar. Imagine your opponent striker has the ball. Instead of pressing him with your CB, leave him alone and switch to your DM. Rush him back and cover the 1-2 pass. In case you are too late and the opponent lays it off for the 1-2, immediately switch to your CB and run back like hell while covering the runner whilst pressing RB. This will make your DM press the man with the ball while you chase after the runner. Now, the player with the ball either attempts the 1-2 through ball and you intercept it, or he hesitates and your DM gets him. ALWAYS ALWAYS ALWAYS run back with your DM to cover the center.
  5. This is the second most important tip I can give you today. Try playing with a formation that has a single central DM. I tried playing with last years 4-2-3-1 (This years 4-5-1) thinking that 2 DM’s would help. It did not. The 2 DM’s often stay far apart from each other which leads to a big gap in the middle of the park. I usually play the 4-3-3 or the 4-1-2-1-2(2) version (My favorite). Now, and this is very important, go to team management > Instructions and select your DM. Change his “Attacking support” stat to “Always stay back while attacking”. I found a massive difference when I did this. Let me know how it works for you.
  6. Now for the most important tip: A good offense is a good defense. This years game is all about possession and patience. Ever seen a Barca game? Play exactly like they do. I am a Barca fan so I always play the possession style in all FIFA’s. I was getting demolished with that style in fifa 14 on the counter as you couldn’t dribble and passing was piss poor. Counters were OP last year, not because of the chipped through ball, but mainly because it was so easy to defend and tackle. This year, it’s a lot easier to pass and dribble which means you can keep possession a lot better. But it isn’t OP. It is fairly balanced. chock up a lot of passes, pass quick and try dribbling around players. NEVER EVER RUSH A PASS. Do not just kick it to your striker if he has no support near him. He will quickly get outnumbered and loose it. Gradually advance the ball towards the opponents box by passing. Pass to players with the most space, even if it means giving the ball back/sideways. Now, when you get to the opponents box using this method, you will find that you have 2-3 players pushing the opponents 4 man back line, 2-3 mids serving them through balls and 1-2’s, and overlapping wingers to stretch the opponents defense if he gets too compact. You have thus created a lot of 1-1 situations. trigger runs, tap Y, do your 1-2’s all in the final third and watch your forwards make short work of the opponents defense while your DM stays back and covers counters. If you can learn basic skill moves and apply them in this situation, you will get really really good. I have been playing around with custom tactics and I have typed my favorite combination below.

Custom Tactics:

Build up play:

Speed: 68. Now this might seem to counter what I said above about playing a slow passing game. However, in this FIFA, it is very easy to hold on to the ball with a single player, and your team mates make much more intelligent positioning and runs. So, if you couple a fast build up with a DM who always stays back, you get a scenario where you can ward off pressure by passing around your DM and back line, while your mids run faster up field towards the half way line. Gaps will appear if you can keep the ball for a few seconds and your mids will be in loads of space when you eventually find a pass to them.

Passing: 28. I keep this short to prevent my forwards from running past the back line. Now, when your CM’s get the ball, your ST and wingers are very close to them, opening up all sorts of opportunities for 1-2’s against the back line.

Positioning: Organized so that you stay compact in defense.

Chance Creation:

Passing: 69 I keep this risky. Get good CM’s with good passing and ball control. Now, your forwards will make nice runs in behind defense and if you can find them with Y, you almost always score. Finding them isn’t as easy as it sounds though. You will need to be creative and quick. Otherwise, you get a lot of offsides.

Crossing: 25 I don’t cross a lot and prefer skilling my way inside from the wing. I haven’t played around with this much.

Shooting: 70 Now this is a tactic that has really helped me out. This makes sure that you forwards are positioned just outside the box and at an angle to the defenders. Now, you can either shoot, skill past, or play a quick 1-2 and watch your attacker run through even the smallest of gaps.

Positioning: freeform Be quick and creative. Use the runs and shuffle your mids around. Confuse the heck out of the opponent. Keep passing back to reset your attacks.


Pressure: 41 I keep this pretty balanced. The defenders will pressure near the box and leave attackers alone when they’re a ways outside.

Aggression: 40 Same as pressure. Keep it balanced. Be aggressive around the box.

Team Width: 68 I play this wide because I love attacking. The high width ensures that your LB and RB will always be in free space on the wing. If you give the ball to one of them and your opponents mids are out of position, you can kill them with a swift counter. Having said that, I have conceded a few goals with opposition wingers getting inside my full backs. I can generally shut these attacks out with me CB’s but so far, it has been a 50 50 success. I do notice that I score at least 1 or 2 more goals per game thanks to wide full backs.

Most of my games end up with a scoreline of 2-0, 3-0, 3-1, 4-1 or 5-1. Very rarely do I end up conceding more than one goal, and even if I do, I generally have at least a 2 goal cushion so I win by outscoring.

Hope this helped. Let me know how this works out for you. Good luck, have fun!

EDIT You can change custom tactics after the game starts in the pause menu.

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Help You Trade and Make FIFA 15 Coins Fast

This FIFA 15 video guide teaches you trade and make FIFA 15 coins the fast way.
It shows 16 different trading techniques / methods to help make you loads of money.

The Basics: Trading in short is to: buy low & sell high. The trick is to buy a card under the value of the Buy It Now (BIN) price that you can lookup in-game manually.

Tip: Early in the day is the best time to earn coins with FIFA 15 Ultimate Team Trading. You should be able to make a 25% profit with this bidding method*, around 10,000-15,000 coins every few hours you put in. – Using all techniques, over time you’ll increase your budget from 25,000-100,000 coins to 100,000-1,000,000 coins and even over a million coins! This will allow you to buy the best ranked players in the game much sooner!

Example: Invest in key players. Pay attention to the players nationality, clubs, pace, height & skill rating. Invest in them early on, and when you release them to the market in the weeks after the game’s release, their prices will increase with a factor two to three in value.

Here’s how to make easy coins in Ultimate Team with the currently overlooked Fitness Cards! They will go up in price soon, allowing you to sell them at a profit.

Comment if you have any other easy coin tips for FIFA 15.


With the Use of Old Tricks, FIFA 15 Gets Popular


The goals come in bunches. The passes are crisp and fresh. Sounds from the crowd swell with the sounds of the soccer game below.

“FIFA 15” makes all of this happen, putting gamers right in the middle of what seems to be a real-life soccer experience.

“FIFA 15” has done what the latest round of FIFA games have done — improved on the old bag of tricks to make an even better gaming experience than in previous years. While playing matches, no matter which of the many modes the game has, players will see their passes and player movements echo those of real life. When a player receives a ball, the first touch is vitally important, much like it is during actual soccer games.

The game also has some stellar modes for its players to use. “Career mode” is back with a new setup and dynamic, making it even more of a challenge for teams to sign players and convince players to stay. The mode also allows managers to pick through their lineups with suggested substitutions, and truly gives the user full managing experience for their respective clubs.

All the other traditional modes are back. “Ultimate Team,” where users play online with players they can pick up, trade and sign, is as strong as ever. “Tournament” mode is at its peak, too.

And one of the biggest strengths of this year’s game is that “FIFA 15” will have some downloadable content coming your way that Major League Soccer fans will find fascinating. This winter, expect to see the new MLS clubs Orlando City SC and New York City FC become available for download. That’s one awesome deal for MLS fans, since those clubs are debuting in MLS next spring.

All in all, “FIFA 15” is yet another excellently made soccer game for the entire family to enjoy. Players will find it enjoyable to compete together with friends and family, bonding over the missed opportunities and the beautiful goals.

Game: “FIFA 15”

Platforms: Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, Nintendo 3DS, PC

ESRB rating: E

Price: $59.99

Let us play the game together. If you need some FIFA 15 coins, please go to FIFA to buy them and its price is very low.

India on Top of FIFA 16 Leagues Survey List

The results for FIFPlay’s FIFA 16 survey on country leagues – December 2nd, 2014 (8.45am CET). 337,470 votes submitted by FIFA fans for 60 countries. The countries India, Ukraine and Malaysia are in the Top 3 list. (FIFA 16, PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox, Xbox 360, Xbox One)


FIFA 16 Leagues Survey Results – Dec 2, 2014

01 – Indian league – 11% (36,923 Votes)
02 – Ukrainian League – 11% (36,012 Votes)
03 – Malaysian league – 11% (35,944 Votes)
04 – Greek League – 10% (35,275 Votes)
05 – Kazakhstan League – 9% (29,850 Votes)
06 – Uruguayan League – 9% (29,430 Votes)
07 – Czech League – 6% (18,847 Votes)
08 – German 3rd League – 5% (18,054 Votes)
09 – Hungarian League – 5% (17,047 Votes)
10 – Brazilian League – 5% (16,405 Votes)

11 – Chinese League – 4% (12,922 Votes)
12 – Bangladesh League – 2% (5,887 Votes)
13 – Moroccan League – 2% (5,538 Votes)
14 – Iranian League – 1% (4,609 Votes)
15 – Egyptian League – 1% (4,156 Votes)
16 – Peruvian League – 1% (3,894 Votes)
17 – Algerian League – 1% (3,298 Votes)
18 – Serbian League – 1% (3,071 Votes)
19 – Venezuelan League – 1% (2,765 Votes)
20 – Japanese League – 1% (1,977 Votes)

21 – Indonesian League – 0% (1,407 Votes)
22 – Cyprus League – 0% (1,367 Votes)
23 – Slovakian League – 0% (1,089 Votes)
24 – Finland League – 0% (1,008 Votes)
25 – Croatian League – 0% (1,008 Votes)
26 – Albanian League – 0% (1,003 Votes)
27 – Welsh League – 0% (907 Votes)
28 – Dutch 2nd League – 0% (903 Votes)
29 – Uzbekistan League – 0% (813 Votes)
30 – Bosnian League – 0% (787 Votes)

31 – Romanian League – 0% (711 Votes)
32 – Bulgarian League – 0% (695 Votes)
33 – Israeli League – 0% (553 Votes)
34 – Nigerian League – 0% (416 Votes)
35 – Singapore League – 0% (284 Votes)
36 – Tunisian League – 0% (262 Votes)
37 – South African League – 0% (261 Votes)
38 – Polish 2nd League – 0% (248 Votes)
39 – Northern Irish League – 0% (231 Votes)
40 – Ecuadorian League – 0% (227 Votes)

41 – Hong Kong League – 0% (184 Votes)
42 – Kuwait League – 0% (148 Votes)
43 – Bolivian League – 0% (137 Votes)
44 – UAE Leagues – 0% (120 Votes)
45 – Venezuelan League – 0% (103 Votes)
46 – Scottish Lower Leagues – 0% (101 Votes)
47 – Qatar League – 0% (100 Votes)
48 – Afghan League – 0% (66 Votes)
49 – Canadian League – 0% (60 Votes)
50 – Luxembourg League – 0% (58 Votes)

51 – Icelandic League – 0% (45 Votes)
52 – Lithuanian League – 0% (38 Votes)
53 – Macedonian League – 0% (38 Votes)
54 – Paraguayan League – 0% (38 Votes)
55 – Thai League – 0% (33 Votes)
56 – Vietnamese League – 0% (33 Votes)
57 – Welsh League – 0% (32 Votes)
58 – Hong Kong League – 0% (20 Votes)
59 – Libyan League – 0% (20 Votes)
60 – Lebanese League – 3% (12 Votes)

Total Votes: 337,470 

A Piece of Good News for Gold Members of Xbox One/360

This Week’s Xbox One/360 Deals for Gold Members Gold members can get big discounts on digital downloads for Metro Redux, Saints Row, and more this week.

f you’re an Xbox Live Gold member, here are the discounts available to you on Microsoft’s digital games starting today through December 8. You can see all of the deals, and purchase them, if you’re so inclined, on the Xbox Marketplace. Major Nelson’s blog lists additional games on sale, however those may be part of a permanent price drop, or the deals my not be live yet. All currently live deals for Xbox One and Xbox 360are listed below.

Xbox One Deals with Gold

  • Metro 2033 Redux — $16.74 (normally $25)
  • Metro Last Light Redux — $16.74 (normally $25)
  • Metro Redux Bundle — $33.16 (normally $50)

Xbox 360 Deals with Gold

  • Cars 2: The Video Game — $10 (normally $20)
  • Catherine — $5 (normally $20)
  • Dead Island: Riptide — $4 (normally $20)
  • DuckTales: Remastered — $7.50 (normally $15)
  • Killer is Dead — $10 (normally $20)
  • LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean — $10 (normally $20)
  • Metro 2033 — $5 (normally $20)
  • Metro: Last Light — $10 (normally $30)
  • Metro: Last Light Season Pass — $7.50 (normally $15)
  • Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures — $5 ($20)
  • Pac-Man CE DX+ — $5 (normally $10)
  • Pac-Man Museum — $6.59 (normally $20)
  • Pure — $7.50 (normally $15)
  • Red Faction: Armageddon — $30 (normally $10)
  • Risen — $5 (normally $20)
  • Risen 2: Dark Waters — $5 (normally $20)
  • Risen 3: Titan Lords — $33.50 (normally $50)
  • Sacred 3 — $33.50 (normally $50)
  • Saints Row IV — $10.50 (normally $35)
  • Saints Row IV Season Pass — $2.50 (normally $5)
  • Split/Second — $10 (normally $20)
  • Toy Story 3 — $10 (normally $20)
  • Tron: Evolution — $15 (normally $7.50)
  • Who Wants to Be a Millionaire — $3.30 (normally $10)
  • Winter Stars — $10 (normally $30)

Gold members also have access to a few free games for December on both Xbox One and 360.