EA Sports has sent over yet another trailer for FIFA 12, this one focusing on the flashy moves and trick shots that players will be able to execute on the pitch. Thanks to the game’s new impact and physics engine, FIFA 12 can accurately recreate some of the snazzier dribbles that players like Wayne Rooney or Kaka typically fool defenders with.

As we near the release of the game there isn’t much to show of FIFA 12 that hasn’t been extensively detailed. It was high time we got down to brass tax, and this sizzle trailer does just that.

While there are extensive developer commentary trailers for the game, it’s good to finally see the core mechanics of FIFA 12 in action. There has been so much talk about the impact engine and pro player intelligence, and not enough good clean soccer footage.

Check out the trailer below:


But today isn’t just about seeing FIFA 12 in action, it’s also about gamers getting their first hands-on time with the game. That’s right, EA Sports has today released the demo for FIFA 12 to prepare gamers for the retail release in just two weeks time.

Of course the FIFA 12 demo pales in comparison to the “demo” players can gain access to with the EA Sports Season Ticket, but this one is free and can last way longer than three days. Finally players will be able to experience the changes to the fundamentals of FIFA and understand why this might be the best soccer experience yet.

There’s been a lot of talk recently about things like cover athletes and soundtracks, but the most important news — finally getting to play the game — supersedes all of that. So get out on the virtual pitch and take FIFA 12 for a spin.

Have you had a chance to check out the FIFA 12 demo? If so, share your thoughts in the comments below.

FIFA 12 releases September 27, 2011 for the PS3, Xbox 360, PC, PS2, and Wii.