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A Look At What's In Store For FIFA 11

EA Sports officially announced FIFA 11 today and unveiled some sweet screens as well. And in that unveil? Well, lots of cool features. We covered the basics earlier today courtesy of the press release, but IGN has now provided a huge selection of facts to digest and dissect. Dig in after the break. Read More


EA Announces NHL Slapshot For the Wii

EA Sports announced NHL Slapshot today, a Wii-only hockey game featuring the Great One, aka Wayne Gretzky, on the cover and in the game as a player. The game will arrive on September 7 in North America, the same day that NHL 11 is scheduled to hit store shelves for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, and it's being developed by EA Canada, the team behind NHL 10, , and FIFA 10. NHL Slapshot will be EA's first NHL game made for the Wii, and will come a hockey stick peripheral that is 21-inches long and which EA says will revolutionize video game hockey. Will the peripheral be a waste? And what differentiates Slapshot from NHL 11? Hit the break to find out. Read More


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 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


Sony's Playable Games Lineup for TGS '09

While I'm sure many of you won't be able to attend this year's Tokyo Game Show and try out a number of upcoming titles, you can bet that those lucky enough to attend will be more than happy to fill you in with details on what was playable at this year's show. Sony's got an ambitious lineup of playable games that will undoubtedly satisfy any fan of the PlayStation brand. Hit the cut to find out what Sony's bringing with them to this year's TGS. Read More


XBL Update – 8/26/09: Mass Effect DLC and Racing Games

Unfortunately, there is not a whole lot to report on in the world of Xbox Live updates this week. The most notable release is probably the new DLC for BioWare's sci-fi RPG, Mass Effect. The new content will be heavy on the combat and take up about 2 to 3 hours of your time. You can grab it for 400 Points. In addition to that, Microsoft continues to roll out full downloadable 360 games with their Games on Demand service. This week they have added two racing games, Burnout Revenge and Need For Speed: ProStreet, and FIFA 09. Keep on moving past the break for the full list of releases. Read More