FIFA 22 had many complaints lodged against it: the niggles, the frustration, and the grind caused a number of players to throw in the towel. You know what each edition of FIFA is. It’s the same game with new kits and a brand new lick of paint. Fifa 23, from £54.99 - buy from Amazon And that’s what FIFA 23 is. No more or no less than exactly what you expect it to be. Visually, EA Sports blows away the competition with it’s impressive use of next-gen technology and Hypermotion2 . The developer has worked hard to introduce a number of stunning animations and visual upgrades to keep you entertained. Players also handle differently from their predecessors. Your old muscle memory may have to be overcome. More in FIFA 23 FIFA FLABBERGAST This is FIFA 23’s highest rated player — and it’s not Mbappé or Benzema ON THE BALL I’m a pro FIFA coach – here are the best tips for FIFA 23 There’s less focus on … [Read more...] about FIFA 23 review: EA dribble out the same game for the final time
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GameCentral attends Logi Play 2022 and gets to try Logitech’s new Steam Deck rival, as well as a newly upgraded Logitech G Pro Racing Wheel. While big name AAA games may have been few and far between in the last couple of months, last week Logitech held their first two-day preview event called Logi Play 2022, which showcased, not new software, but new hardware. The star of the show was the new Logitech G Cloud , a handheld streaming console designed in conjunction with Tencent that features a seven-inch 1080p touchscreen and supports a 60Hz refresh rate, has over 12 hours of battery life, and remappable controls. We were able to go hands-on with the new portable and found the haptics and general feel of the device impressive. However, while looking slimline and chic, it doesn’t natively support 5G or include a SIM card slot, so there’s a need for a constant strong and steady Wi-Fi connection for you to be able to play anything. The interface navigation is smooth and … [Read more...] about Logitech G Cloud Gaming Handheld hands-on – the new portable console
For free real time breaking news alerts sent straight to your inbox sign up to our breaking news emails Sign up to our free breaking news emails A Labour government would fund a surge in NHS staffing by reversing tax cuts for the highest earners in Britain, according to Rachel Reeves. The shadow chancellor said the party would reinstate the top income tax rate of 45% on earnings above £150,000 and use the money generated to train more new district nurses, health visitors and midwives. Ms Reeves said a Labour administration would also implement the “biggest expansion of medical school places in British history” in a bid to ensure the NHS has the “doctors it needs”. Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng last week announced that, from April, the 660,000 earners getting more than £150,000 a year will no longer pay the top income tax rate of 45% and will instead pay the 40% applicable to those on more than £50,271. Labour said reversing this cut would raise … [Read more...] about Reeves: I’ll reverse abolition of 45% income tax rate to fund NHS staffing surge
Sign up for the View from Westminster email for expert analysis straight to your inbox Get our free View from Westminster email Liz Truss ’s decision to abandon the Conservatives ’ commitment to fiscal responsibility is a huge opening for Labour . But it also carries huge risks for Keir Starmer’s party. With the exception of the Blair-Brown era, in recent times Labour has struggled to convince the voters it can be trusted to run the economy. The party’s traditional weakness was predicated on the Tories’ belief in “sound money” and balancing the nation’s books. With Truss and Kwasi Kwarteng promising a borrowing splurge to fund tax changes in a way even Jeremy Corbyn shied away from, the Tories have foolishly allowed Labour to trumpet tougher fiscal rules than them. This is a remarkable turnaround. The pound’s slump on the financial markets since last Friday’s mini-Budget adds to the sense of topsy-turvy politics, with Labour looking serious … [Read more...] about Truss’s lack of fiscal responsibility is a huge chance for Labour – but can they rise to the challenge?
GameCentral takes a first look at FIFA 23 and learns that it is, in fact, a FIFA game – one that is subject to all the usual pros and cons. After almost 30 years, EA is finally preparing to release its last ever FIFA game. Not because of a drop in popularity – far from – but because of arguments with FIFA over the cost of using their name. That means next year EA Sports FC will be the new game and while a new FIFA title may be released it will have nothing to do with EA. For FIFA 23 though this is just another year, since there’s nothing special about the game itself – only its circumstances. Having now gone hands-on with a final version of the game it’s clear there are some intuitive and pleasing additions, but there are also more than a handful of disappointing moments from our initial few hours. EA has now managed to integrate player statistics to the point that there’s now a noticeable difference in the gameplay and feel of each footballer, and whilst this is an … [Read more...] about FIFA 23 first impressions – hands-on with the final FIFA
Faisal Islam @faisalislam on Twitter Published 2 hours ago comments Comments Share close Share page Copy link About sharing In the market turmoil on Monday, a highly consequential move was missed. In the Bank of England's statement seeking to reassure investors, it welcomed "the role of the Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) in its assessment of prospects for the economy and public finances". The OBR provides independent forecasts of the impact of government's plans on the economy. My understanding is that the Bank - at the very least - made a forceful suggestion to the Treasury that it needed to embrace the OBR as a means of earning back lost credibility with the financial markets. Turning down the OBR's offer of an immediate forecast to accompany Friday's budgetary announcements, as I revealed last week , definitely made the market reaction worse. … [Read more...] about Kwasi Kwarteng faces U-turn on tax or spending cuts