Kicking off the EA Conference at E3 2017, we get a glimpse with Madden 18‘s story mode, Long Shot. The trailer below showcases Devin Wade, an up-and-coming football player with aspirations of making it big with the NFL. Madden 18 releases on August 25 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. My Opinion: This looks very … Continue reading EA Shows off New Madden 18 Story Mode, Long Shot, Trailer
The numbers are in folks, and the month of July belongs to the Xbox One and Madden 17.
So who is excited to have a narrative experience added to their favorite sport game? Well you could be in luck, following some recent job postings with EA Sports.
As is tradition in the week leading up to the Super Bowl, EA Sports’ put Madden 15 to the task of predicting the outcome of the upcoming NFL title game. This year’s participants, the New England Patriots and the Seattle Seahawks, squared off in the simulation on the Xbox One.
EA Sports just released their first Madden 15 trailer.
For the second year in a row, EA has kicked off the E3 festivities with a press conference that featured interesting reveals and awkward moments. While retaining its focus on mainstream hits, the showcase offered intriguing new angles on established franchises mixed with promising first looks at new IP. Ending with an extended look at … Continue reading EA Play 2017 Recap
At EA’s 2017 E3 conference, Dice announced that coming this September, In The Name of The Tsar, a Battlefield 1 expansion, will be released.
The Nintendo Switch is less than a month away, and while we have been treated to a slow trickle of information and a Super Bowl commercial, there is still plenty we don’t know about Nintendo’s newest console. Of these unknowns, the questions surrounding the Switch’s Virtual Console iteration are the most tantalizing. Rumors of GameCube … Continue reading MONG’s 10 Most Wanted for the Switch Virtual Console
EA adds two new classics to the EA Access vault.
After the monumental success of Pokémon Go, many wondered what Nintendo’s next step into the mobile market would be. Their questions were answered during Apple’s annual September keynote, which saw Shigeru Miyamoto himself onstage to announce Super Mario Run, a mobile Mario game built from the ground up for mobile devices.