"That development is now handled by the "real" FIFA team means amalgamation of the two sides of EA's game - both good and bad."
It's been a good week for EA's UK sales, with four of their titles sitting pretty in the top five, including both of the company's football titles. Back of the net!
It's another tough week for new releases as EA continues to dominate the charts.
FIFA Street was on top of the British charts for a second week running with Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City being its closest rival.
FIFA Street's scored the top slot of this week's UK multi-format charts, ousting Mass Effect 3 - but that at second, and SSX at three, it's a big win for EA.
A quick 5-a-Side.
It's all about the skills.
Trailer outlines some new moves.
EA announces Street Network.
... and you'll get Messi's all-stars.
Barca star on FIFA Street cover.
Why we should kick it next year.
EA kicks off Gamescom.