The Line Drive for May 4

Posted May 4th, 2014 at 1:00 pm


The Line Drive is a weekly collection of news, links, deal alerts, and updates that didn’t necessarily warrant their own postings.

EA Sports will for the first time tease NHL 15 at some point tomorrow.
EA will be offering some Android games through the Comcast X1 box.
Check out the latest fighter screenshots for EA Sports UFC in the FB album.
The PlayStation 4 exclusive DriveClub now has a release date set of October 7.
Latest developer blog features the most popular user-created courses in The Golf Club.
The Press Row Hangout posted yesterday can be downloaded as an MP3 here.
Latest Press Row Podcast discusses The Show anticipation and death of arcade games.
The new mobile Tony Hawk game called Shred Session is targeting summer for release.
EA soft-launched an arcade golf game King of the Course for iOS in Canada to poor reviews.
The unique New Era NFL Draft Caps for this year are now available to order.
Check out Robinson Cano surprising Yankee fans who were booing his cardboard cutout.
Hollywood is already working on a Yasiel Puig biopic based on LA Magazine’s article.
The Xbox One will get some new audio controls in a future update.

News and content that may have been missed from the last week around the site.

The only major Blu-ray/DVD release is The Veronica Mars Movie for this coming week.
The cast featuring newcomers and originals for Star Wars: Episode VII was announced.
An Electro head is the featured piece in the CE Blu-ray for The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles now has a second trailer in advance of its release on 8/8.
Warner Bros. has handed over the keys for Justice League to Zack Snyder.

  • Details

    Drive Club being only 30 fps is a huge disappointment smh. Of all games, racing games in particular need to run at a smooth 60 fps. I was really looking forward to that game but oh well. There will be plenty of other games to keep me busy.

    • Keith.

      Think I read that ign will have an hour of gameplay footage this upcoming Friday — still looking forward to seeing how it looks. Hoping it or Project Cars (or both) will turn out great.