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Nick Akerman

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Nick Akerman is a freelance journalist who writes about games and football for the likes of Bleacher Report and the Telegraph.

RecommendedPro Evolution Soccer 2015 review

Don't cry for me Di Maria.

PES 2015's debut on the new generation of hardware serves as the perfect antidote to fans who lost faith during the previous console switchover. The FIFA juggernaut has rolled on well beyond the point Konami's series could last count itself holder of virtual football's Ballon d'Or. Dedicated players have converted, and an entire generation has moved on to EA Sports' series. PES 2015, however, storms onto the pitch, flag in tow, ready to go full Souness on its major rival.

FeatureThe mystery of FIFA Ultimate Team's rarest items

Forget FUT Legends - we're on the trail of teal cards, the most elusive items in the game's history.

Looking back on my life, there is one very good reason I wish I had been a professional footballer. I can live without the fame and fortune, it turns out, and while it saddens me that I will never appear on Dancing on Ice, I have learned to bear that pain as well. No, the real reason I wish I'd been a professional footballer is so that someday, way down the line, EA Canada would give me a one-of-a-kind player card in FIFA Ultimate Team.