If there’s one thing about competition, it’s that it brings out the best in each competitor.
Just a friendly reminder. FIFA 15 – EA Sports latest in its long-running soccer series – can now be demoed on the PC via Origin, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One.
With the world’s greatest sporting event just around the corner, it’s about that time when EA Sports releases the newest videogame tie-in to the FIFA World Cup.
Ever since its release, people have been questioning Microsoft’s decision to include the Kinect with the Xbox One.
Sometimes I get jealous of other countries. In this case I’m jealous of Europe, because it’s getting Inazuna Eleven 3: Team Ogre Attacks, a whimsical soccer game by Level 5 that mixes the world’s most popular sport with RPG elements.
FIFA 14 is a mainstay when it comes to sport’s titles available year after year.
When people think about soccer games, they usually think about EA’s FIFA. But there’s also another game series in the market that year after year has delivered quality football to the masses and garnered a fan base of its own: Pro Evolution Soccer (PES).
With each new year comes a new soccer (or football, if you prefer) season.
Konami has announced that the latest iteration of their popular soccer game, Pro Evolution Soccer (PES) 2014, will be arriving in stores September 24, 2013 for the PS3 and Xbox 360.
It’s that time again for another “Street” game from EA Sports. A next-gen reboot of a series that started in 2005, EA Canada’s FIFA Street takes to the concrete to reclaim the glory from the good old days.