The beautiful game is back and better than ever in EA Canada’s latest iteration of the best-selling sports franchise in the world, FIFA 18. While not a lot has changed since last year’s game, there are certainly some quality of life improvements that are of note.
Are you a football fan and have your favorite team? As someone who lives in a family who LOVES football one shouldn’t look the other way when it comes to football games. Personally, I’m into football games (High School and College) that tend to have awesome field shows being someone who’s been in marching band. When it comes to the Superbowl that’s another game I love watch...[Read More]
I’m going to level with you right off the bat: I’m not a huge American football fan. I’ve been a fan of the Green Bay Packers since the mid-90s, but only because Green Bay rhymed with Green Day (who had not yet started to suck ass at that time), and because it really pissed off my 49er’s fan cousins. As a non-fan, I’ve generally found myself ignoring or not enjoying m...[Read More]
First, there was Wii Sports and stories of people letting go of their controller mid-tennis match and smashing their TVs. Then, PlayStation Move came out with its version, Sports Champions, and we heard the same stories. Well, Xbox’s Kinect takes away that fear by taking away the controllers! All while still providing a great sporting experience!
The Persian side of my family has always been deeply into Tennis and Soccer (football, if you’re not American). When I would visit as a kid, the summer would be full of watching one particular player: Andre Agassi. In the late 80s/early 90s, even if you didn’t care about tennis, you knew who Andre Agassi was just by seeing his long blonde hair(piece). He was the man. And now, with ...[Read More]
Today, EA Sports announced that there will be two main game modes in FIFA 11 Wii. One will be the traditional 11 vs. 11 style, but the big surprise was the addition of a street-style mode.
ARE YOU READY FOR SOME FOOTBALL!? The 2010 FIFA World Cup starts this Friday, June 11, and runs through Sunday, July 11. There are a lot of games, on a lot of days, at a lot of different times. It can be hard to keep track of who’s playing who, and when they’re doing it. Fear not, for there is hope! Last week I stumbled across a wonderfully designed interactive schedule for the 201...[Read More]