We don't see too much enthusiasm for soccer in the US. In fact, we call it soccer instead of football just to show how much we don't care what the rest of the world thinks. Classic America, right? At any rate, FIFA 16 Ultimate Team is out on Android, and I'm going to do my best to explain what it's all about.

FIFA 16 Ultimate Team is a mix of good old-fashioned soccer simulator gameplay and a collectible card game. By collecting the best players, you can forge an unstoppable ball-kicking monstrosity that crushes all opponents. Of course, this is an EA game, and that means you'll have to drop some cash to avoid grinding endlessly on your way to the aforementioned monstrosity.

The game includes 10,000 real world players from 500 teams. There's a new game engine for you to enjoy while controlling your little soccer men, and EA has implemented celebrations on mobile for the first time. I bet you can buy new celebrations too. That sounds like EA. It's free-to-play, but note the device compatibility is super-weird. I can't get it to install on devices like a Note 5, One M9, or 2014 Moto X. It might just be a mistake, though.