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Wii Sports Club’s Physical Release is a Good Idea

Nintendo has just announced that Wii Sports Club is finally getting a physical release and all I can think is, it’s about time. While Wii Sports Club has been around since November 7, 2013, I think it’s only after its physical edition launches on July 25, 2014, that it will actually succeed as a game. more »

Baseball Heroes adds professional players to 2014 version

Syntasia’s social game Baseball Heroes is a fun game in a genre that it’s often hard to stand out in. This year, a new version of the game adds the Major League Baseball license and that’s helping it catch on. Since its February launch, it has picked up more than 646,000 monthly active users. Players more »

FIFA 14 adds World Cup Ultimate Team mode

In celebration of the World Cup, FIFA 14 is adding a special Ultimate Team mode as a free update. It allows players to build an Ultimate Team from players among the 32 World Cup teams. Now you can’t use your regular Ultimate Team in this mode, but every pack purchased there will yield a gold more »

Madden Ultimate Team finalist blasts Madden NFL 25 defense

It’s beyond awesome that gaming has evolved to a point in which big prizes are relatively common. There has to be pressure to only say things that benefit the company footing the bills for your play experience. That’s why I love it when a noteworthy gamer just tells it the way they see it. EA more »

WWE 2K15 will be out in October

The next iteration of Take-Two Interactive’s WWE franchise is due out on October 28. WWE 2K15 will be launching in North America on that date followed by international releases on October 31. 2K Sports shared this information with Polygon today. This information shows us that it’s business as usual despite chances of the game’s release more »

Get your kicks in free-to-play FIFA World

Soccer is the world’s most popular sport, thus EA’s games make it a whole lot of money. Now it is taking the franchise into the free-to-play arena with FIFA World. The game is now in open beta and more than 1.5 million fans are taking to the pitch. It contains more than 16,000 players from more »

EA Sports to reward ‘NBA Live 14 Gamer of the Year’

I guess we can give EA some credit for continuing to acknowledge the existence of NBA Live 14. As part of its promotional efforts, it’s holding fan voting to determine the NBA Live Gamer of the Year. The competition will feature some of the game’s top ambassadors and best players facing off to win two more »

WWE 2K15 may be moving to spring release

Take-Two Interactive’s most recent earnings release may have revealed a new schedule for the release of WWE games. Several titles are listed in the fall release schedule including NBA 2K15, Evolve and Civilization: Beyond Earth. WWE 2K15 is listed only as fiscal year 2015. That time frame ends March 31, 2015. That might not be more »

NFL 2014 draft first rounders enter Madden Ultimate Team

The possible future stars of the National Football League are now available in pro packs for Madden NFL 25‘s Ultimate Team Mode. This marks the first time Madden has added the entire first round in this fashion. It required a team of 20 people working long hours to get these players rated and into the more »

EA Sports reveals Madden NFL 15 cover bracket during draft

An NFL commercial once joked that the season was around 15-16 months long. Considering how NFL Draft talk dominated social media Thursday night during the NBA playoffs, that’s probably close to the truth. EA Sports took advantage of the primetime spotlight to announce this year’s Madden cover vote. Barry Sanders, a former cover boy himself, more »

League MVP Kevin Durant earns cover of NBA 2K15

If winning the NBA’s Most Valuable Player Award and tearing it up in the playoffs didn’t confirm his awesome, Kevin Durant will also grace the cover of NBA 2K15. Durant earned 119 first-place votes in the award revealed today. He also got well-wishes from LeBron James, perhaps the only other player in his league right more »

College football lawsuit still costing EA money

EA’s problems with its NCAA Football franchise escalated quickly. When the lawsuit first came up, we covered it as an interesting development I never expected to go anywhere. Then the NCAA decided not to renew its partnership with EA in July 2013. EA attempted to salvage the series through an agreement with the Collegiate Licensing more »