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Landon Donovan Named North American Cover Athlete for FIFA 11
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Landon Donovan Named North American Cover Athlete for FIFA 11

In a move that surprised almost no one, EA Sports announced this week that Landon Donovan will be the North American cover athlete for FIFA 11. He will be joined on the North American cover by worldwide cover athlete Kaka of Real Madrid, and Arsenal’s Carlos Vela. Read on to find out why Donovan made the cover, and also, why it's a surprise that Kaka is the worldwide cover athlete. Read More

E3 2010: Nintendo Reveals the 3DS
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E3 2010: Nintendo Reveals the 3DS

At their E3 2010 press conference today, Nintendo finally unveiled the highly anticipated successor to the DS- the 3DS. For the first time, glasses-free 3D gaming will be available on a mass market, handheld scale. Hit the jump for the juicy details! Read More

Madden 09 and NBA 09 on Chopping Block for EA Sports' Online Cuts
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Madden 09 and NBA 09 on Chopping Block for EA Sports' Online Cuts

A commonly-heard complaint about EA Sports titles such as Madden is that it is just the same game, repackaged year after year with a few stat tweaks and the like. And yet, the complaint continues, fans eat it up year after year, thus making the company plenty of money. However, one must wonder if perhaps these same fans who have padded EA's pockets year after year have begun to catch on, thus prompting the company to take action by shutting down the servers for a number of its "09" titles. Read More

FIFA 10
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FIFA 10

FIFA 10 brings a bunch of changes to the FIFA franchise. Can EA's FIFA series still hold its place as top dog over Konami's PES? Read More

NHL 09
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NHL 09

We take to the game's innovate new features for a spin around the ice. Find out why you shouldn't hesitate to pick it up next week. Read More

Xbox 360 Becomes a Real Live Arcade
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Xbox 360 Becomes a Real Live Arcade

In a curious move, an arcade cabinet known as the "Arcade Station T2" has been developed with the explicit purpose of playing Xbox 360 games, complete with coinslot.Arcade Station T2 is in the vein of Nintendo's PlayerChoice 10 arcade machine from 1986, by bringing the home experience to coin-op. It's outfitted in a traditional upright cabinet design, but features two Xbox 360 controllers and memory card slots. While it supports "system link gaming", it hasn't been revealed that whether that refers to LIVE support or not. While the list of games is still being finalized, it could include Halo 3, FIFA 08, Assassins Creed and Devil May Cry 4. It won't feature the traditional Pay-to-Play model, but the Play-for-Time one, which the Stinger Report calls "VenderTainment". The cabinet is apparently fully licensed by Xbox and has been developed by American home arcade manufacturer Quasimoto Interactive. It's currently being tested in Asia and the UK and should be released in the upcoming months. -- KotakuCan't say I would really see this making a splash in the US or Canada so much, but this might be just the thing (besides Tales of Vesperia) to help Microsoft further penetrate the market in Japan, where arcades are everywhere. Incidently, though, I never liked the "pay for time" model on arcade games, except those where you can get extensions by reaching certain points before the clock ticks down. Read More

FIFA 09 Sports 10v10 Online
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FIFA 09 Sports 10v10 Online

Among other things discussed in an interview between the folks at CVG and Producer David Rutter, Rutter spoke at length about some of the online action to be featured in the next FIFA. FIFA 09 will be the answer to last years reigning champion, in my mind, FIFA 08. EA has outdone itself with two of their sport titles, FIFA and NHL. I look forward to the 09 editions of both. As for Rutter's comments? Well, he addressed the online play along with their method for dealing with early quitters. Read on after the break for what Rutter said about the details of online play... Read More