Electronic Arts kicked off the E3 press conferences with a rousing show that did everything it could to make up for the sins of the past year, including hosting a simultaneous three-day gaming festival where anyone could pick up and play the latest and greatest EA Games.
It’s that time again! Todd loads up Madden NFL and predicts the winner of Super Bowl LII. Will the Patriots once again win everything, or will the Eagles show that they are the team of the future? Grab some snacks and settle in for a real nail biter of a game.
Ever since the 08 version of the game, the FIFA series has improved every year. This time however, FIFA 15 takes a bit of a step back. While still a great game, it may be eclipsed by its predecessors.
Todd watched all of the major press conferences from Microsoft, Sony, Nintendo, Ubisoft and Electronic Arts. He brings us his take on what it all means, and picks an overall winner for E3 2014.
Unlike some sports games that rehash the old stuff, FIFA seems to just keep getting better. And FIFA 14 is no exception. Featuring improved controls, better management and stunning graphics, FIFA 14 really kicks things up a notch.
With Europe in love with soccer, (or European Football as it’s also called) it would make sense that the topic of including women in the FIFA Games would come up at Gamescom, which is the largest European trade show dedicated to the games industry. However, EA went on record saying that at least for 2014, women will not be included. There is a bit of a disconnect between the US and the European market over the game. While soccer is not very poplar in the United States, which prefers the hard hitting world of NFL Football, the soccer that is … Continue reading Gamescom: Women Out For FIFA 14, But Future Is Possible
FIFA 13 is one of the smoothest games our reviewer has ever played, able to mimic real life soccer with one foot, and provide innovative gameplay on the other.
EA’s Gamescom press conference didn’t feature many big announcements, but FIFA 12 offers football fans plenty to keep them busy through the season. New features include player injuries, which impact on your squad selection, as well as improved AI bringing out the best of star players. Check out the trailer. Publishers: EA Sports Developers: EA Sports Platforms: PlayStation 3, Wii, Xbox 360 Events: Gamescom 2011
Finally after a long, slow summer fraught with talks of baseball strikes, boring tennis matches where we already know the Williams sisters will win before the first serve, and a downward NASCAR season where Jeff Gordon finally won his first race of the year at Bristol, the return of football is upon us. Unlike last year when I had the heavily underrated XFL to hold me over, this year was a longer cross to bear. Don’t even mention Arena football to me, as I do not believe a real football game can be played in only 50 yards. A couple … Continue reading 2002 Football Report Card
Football is one of the most difficult sports to participate in. Aside from the obvious reasons (how many of you had mothers who wouldn’t let you play?), there are several other reasons football is one tough cookie. Having played on a football team for eight years, I can tell you from experience that some people just can’t take how rough the game is. Fortunately, for you people who couldn’t join a normal team for whatever reason, EA has come through to offer you NCAA Football 2003. Don’t worry about not being able to play football though, because NCAA Football 2003 … Continue reading College Ball Touchdown