FIFA 12 Ultimate Team 2100 Points Card Xbox Live
Av. User Rating
Av. User Rating
FIFA 12 Ultimate Team 2100 Points Card Product Details
Released on TBD
Build Your Club
- Build a club for free from over 8,000 FIFA players.
- Join a massive online community where you build, manage and compete with YOUR ultimate football team.
- Open packs for chances at superstars including Kaka, Rooney and Benzema.
- Access your team anywhere through EASPORTSfootball.com
- Find ideal chemistry by signing new players and making trades.
- Power up your team using training, coaches, contracts and stadiums.
- Show off your club to your friends.
- Play against your friends, skilled opponents and participate in a massive online community.
- Test your skills in weekly global tournaments for in-game coins and trophies.
- Negotiate trade offers for key players.
- Bid on 100,000's of live auctions from around the globe.
- Play Fifa Ultimate Team, securely anywhere on any major web browser. Make key trades and get elite players without having to use your console.
GAME best digital games round-up
With the cold weather setting in, picking up an Xbox Live or PlayStation Network point card would be a great idea for Christmas. With your account topped up and plenty of exciting downloadable titles to choose from, there little need to leave the warmth of your home to access a range of quality gaming experiences. Here, GAME rounds up five of the best digital offerings for Xbox 360 and PS3 players.
Lost in limboMulti-award winning platformer Limbo sees players take on the role of a young boy journeying through a hostile world in an attempt to discover the fate of his sister. Taking in an eerie forest and a desolate cityscape, all depicted with stunning black and white visuals, players must overcome a variety of physics-based puzzles and traps involving machinery, electromagnetism and gravity. With its hauntingly minimalistic use of sound, players are also forced to pay attention to every noise, as a lack of caution can lead to any number of gruesome fates in this entrancing adventure.
Stunt happyJoe Danger is a death-defying, side-scrolling game incorporating racing and platforming elements. Assuming the role of daredevil motorbike rider Joe Danger, it sees players boosting and pulling off ludicrous stunts in a bid to maintain speed and successfully navigate courses before a timer runs out. Playing solo or racing against friends to earn a place on the podium, players will leap across giant mousetraps, school buses full of screaming kids and pools of ravenous sharks in an attempt to wheelie their way into the record books in over 60 colourful levels.
Arcade goldMortal Kombat Arcade Kollection PS3, X360) brings the original Mortal Kombat arcade trilogy together in a single collection for the first time. Featuring Mortal Kombat, Mortal Kombat 2 and Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3, the 2D fighting collection offers fans the chance to play through the games in their original arcade state, rediscovering their favourite characters, fatalities and environments. Newcomers will also be tempted to enter the fray by the addition of modern features including online play, leaderboards, achievements and trophies.
Cartoony carnageTurn-based strategy blast-a-thon Worms 2: Armageddon features cartoon-style visuals, comical audio and great customisation options as players bid to take out opposing teams in a diverse range of themed landscapes. Theyl employ a variety of crazy weapons and utilities to do so, including earthquakes, poison strikes, sentry guns, holy hand grenades, parachutes and jetpacks, across single player modes, tutorials, firing ranges and four-player multiplayer game types. Players can also customise the game rules and create their own battlefields to play on.
Build a new worldBastion is an award-winning action role playing game set in a gorgeous, hand-painted world, in which players must create and fight for civilisation last refuge following the Calamity, a catastrophe that shattered the world into 1,000s of floating islands. Players wield a large arsenal of upgradeable weapons, gain powers from specially-brewed spirits and battle savage beasts as they bid to build a new world. Featuring a reactive narrator who marks your every move, the beautiful art style and immersive gameplay is complimented by a rich, atmospheric story.
As another weekend disappears into the rear view mirror of history, EA Sports' perennial footy game spent a fifth consecutive week at the top of the UK charts, its seventh time in the number one slot since its launch in September last year.
That success was rather dwarfed by an even more impressive achievement: FIFA 12 has now made more money than any other sports game in the UK, ever. It's slurped up more cash than any previous FIFA title, more than every tennis game, every athletics game, even more than PDC World Championship Pro Darts.
Few would begrudge the series its phenomenal success, and even though the feat is clearly helped by the fact that there are more consoles and gamers in circulation today than at any point in British gaming history, it's still an achievement worth celebrating.
Official GfK-ChartTrack figures show that the football sim is now the highest-grossing sports game in UK history, outselling all previous FIFA titles and spending a total of seven weeks on top of the charts.
The game's current five-week winning streak is also the second-best of any FIFA entry, behind only FIFA: Road to World Cup 98, which spent 11 straight weeks as the UK's top-selling title.
Second place this week went to The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, the UK's Christmas number one, while a trio of threequels - Just Dance 3, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 and Battlefield 3 - rounded out the top five.
Role-playing epic Final Fantasy XIII-2 has become the first new release of the year to top the UK all-formats chart.
The latest instalment in Square Enix's legendary series toppled the long-reigning FIFA 12 from the summit of the GfK-ChartTrack rankings, emulating the chart-topping debut of its direct predecessor Final Fantasy XIII.
It was one of a number of new releases to make a big splash this week, with second place going to Konami's compilation title Metal Gear Solid HD Collection, which features three of the most popular entries in the classic stealth series.
Next week should see another batch of new releases making their chart debuts, including fantasy blockbuster Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning, comic book shooter The Darkness II and quirky relationship drama Catherine.
There's no denying it, we've been spoiled rotten by the flood of quality games this year. There isn't enough time in the day to get through them all! Fortunately, the Christmas holidays are here to give us a little more time to catch up on the best of 2011.
We've hand-picked a selection of games from this year's release schedule that are all worthy of your Christmas Gaming time...
Batman Arkham City
A comic hero game that turned out to be very good? We were left speechless when Arkham Asylum was released in 2009. Even more incredibly, Rocksteady Studios' sequel managed to be even better than the first!
Batman Arkham City sets you in a massive open world, players assume the role of a Batman imprisoned in the sprawling super-prison of Arkham City. Every nemesis you could hope for makes an appearance in the game - as well as an epic storyline offering dozens of hours of gameplay, there's a huge quantity of sidequests and missions to explore once you've put the baddies to bed.
This third outing for Nathan Drake is his grandest adventure yet. Set amongst deserts, lost cities and ruins, Uncharted 3 is a technically astonishing PlayStation 3 game that features all of the exploration, fighting and explosive set-pieces we've come to expect from the series.
Better multiplayer, more customisation options and some of the most impressive motion-capture animations to hit gaming make Uncharted 3 an unmissable, cinematic rollercoaster. Don't miss out on one of gaming's finest adventures.
The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim
If you can't get your money's worth out of a game like The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim, you're very hard to please indeed! Bethesda's follow-up to the best-selling game Oblivion left players and critics alike reeling. A gorgeously rendered, enormous world stuffed with terrifying dungeons, endless quest-lines and open-world dragon fights, Skyrim packs more content into a side-quest than most games manage full stop.
Are you an archer, berserker, magician or rogue? Whatever your play-style, there's a highly customisable role for you in this most epic of RPGs. Hundreds of hours of gameplay are here for players to gorge themselves on, all spread across a game that is likely to become one of the most fondly remembered of this generation. The greatest RPG of all time? It might just be.
Gears of War 3
Tying up all the loose ends of the previous games, this climax to the best-selling Gears of Wars franchise sees Marcus Fenix and co set out to finish the Locust Horde once and for all in Gears of War 3. Some of the most awesome baddies the series has ever seen make their appearance in this conclusion, and there'll be no shortage of sweaty palms once the fighting's over.
Multiplayer provides endless re-playability for the game, as you team up with friends to take on wave after wave of Locust forces. If you'd rather rip your friend's face off than lend a helping hand, you can now fight as the enemy, raining horrible destruction on your whole family once the Christmas pudding's gone down.
Once mocked by gamers for churning out what often amounted to little more than annual updates, EA has been on a charm-offensive these last five years or so, bringing significant innovation and improvements to their flagship footie title every single time.
FIFA 12 sees the introduction of a far more dynamic system for defending where you can link up with an AI defender to put pressure on attackers. Head to Head seasons allow you to take part in a highly competitive ladder tournament, while simply playing the game also adds points to your chosen club. It's as addictive as ever, and about as fully-featured a sports game as we could hope for.
The Legend of Zelda Skyward Sword
The perfect game to settle into while the family are having a good old row downstairs,The Ledgend of Zelda Skyward Sword will charm the pants off you with it's perfect telling of the classic Zelda tale, mixed with the best combat and world design the series has ever seen.
Set prior to the events of the N64 (and now 3DS) classic Ocarina of Time, Skyward Sword starts off in a beautiful cloud city by the name of Skyloft. Of course, it's not long until Link's childhood friend Zelda is whisked off into the lands below, beginning a fantastic journey of world exploration, soaring flight, and devilishly tricky dungeons. Skyward Sword is a must-play for any Zelda fans, past or present.
Top Download games for your favourite… (22/12/2011)
With the cold weather setting in, picking up an Xbox Live or PlayStation Network point card would be a great idea for Christmas. With your account topped up and plenty of exciting downloadable titles …
As another weekend disappears into the rear view mirror of history, EA Sports' perennial footy game spent a fifth consecutive week at the top of the UK charts, its seventh time in the number one slot …
FIFA 12 breaks records with fifth str… (23/01/2012)
EA Sports' FIFA 12 has claimed a fifth successive week atop the UK all-formats chart, breaking a number of industry records in the process.…
Final Fantasy XIII-2 soars to top of … (06/02/2012)
Role-playing epic Final Fantasy XIII-2 has become the first new release of the year to top the UK all-formats chart.…
Games you can't afford to miss from 2011 (14/12/2011)
There's no denying it, we've been spoiled rotten by the flood of quality games this year. There isn't enough time in the day to get through them all! Fortunately, the Christmas holidays are here to gi…
As a valued customer we now offer you the facility to sign up to email price alerts. Please enter the price you want to be, or below, and if drops to that level we will let you know...
- Only £17.50
Earn 140 reward points
Please note: prices in GAME Stores may differ.
You have chosen to add this product to your Wish List, but which version would you prefer to add?