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  • A look at the Physical Play Overhaul in FIFA 17
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    Posted July 20th, 2016 at 12:45 pm 1 Comment »
    Please enable Javascript to watch this video In the final of four segments focused on gameplay-related improvements to FIFA 17, a new video from EA Sports goes over the work that's been done in terms of physicality. "A transformation in the way players physically interact in all areas of the pitch. Control is now in your hands as you battle for space and possession." Pushback Tech Pushback Tech innovates in trapping, dribbling, physics, and defending to create true-to-life battles for...
  • Improvements to EASHL in NHL 17
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    Posted July 19th, 2016 at 9:00 am 4 Comments »
    EA Sports today revealed a large number of enhancements and additions coming to the popular EASHL online mode in NHL 17. They include team customization, player and club progression, new player classes, and much more.  (more…)...
  • Patch released for Casey Powell Lacrosse 16
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    Posted July 18th, 2016 at 3:00 pm 6 Comments »
    One of the most pleasant surprises of the year came back in March with the release of Casey Powell Lacrosse 16. The game represents a solid introduction of the sport for a new generation. It's another recent example of non-traditional sports games making their way back to relevance in the last few years due to the work of independent developers. Today a significant patch was released to provide a number of improvements to the game. Additions in the update include a camera switch option ...
  • Four new cars now available in Rocket League
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    Posted July 18th, 2016 at 1:30 pm 1 Comment »
    Along with the bountiful free content that has been added to Rocket League occasionally developer Psyonix has offered up paid DLC as well. Four new vehicles have been added to the game today and are being sold for $2 each. The cars were previously only found in the Collector's Edition of the game sold by retailers in physical form. Now those who own Rocket League digitally can obtain them on PC, PS4, and Xbox One. Keep in mind all the cars in Rocket League essentially perform the same so...
  • First trailer for NASCAR Heat Evolution
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    Posted July 16th, 2016 at 1:00 pm 10 Comments »
    Today Monster Games released the first trailer for NASCAR Heat Evolution. With the NASCAR license back in-hand well over a decade after releasing the highly-regarded NASCAR Heat and Dirt to Daytona titles, Monster Games will be including over 40 drivers, all 23 licensed Sprint Cup Series tracks, Career Mode and Chase Mode for the start of the new franchise. NASCAR Heat Evolution is slated to release September 13 on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Amazon Prime members can pre-order it for $48 ...
  • Latest FIFA 17 video takes a look at the Active Intelligence System
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    Posted July 15th, 2016 at 3:00 pm 2 Comments »
    Please enable Javascript to watch this video EA Sports has released the third in a four-part series of videos going into different aspects of improvements that have been made for FIFA 17. In this edition, which focuses on cover athlete candidate Marco Reus, it's the Active Intelligence System that's is taken a closer look at. "This brand new gameplay mechanic introduces constant spatial analysis, increases activity off the ball, and changes the way players move, read, and react." Constant ...
  • Miniature NES to release in November with 30 games built-in
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    Posted July 14th, 2016 at 8:00 am 32 Comments »
    Big news has been made today with the announcement of the Nintendo Classic Edition, a mini-version of the original NES that will release on November 11 for $60. There are 30 great games built into the system, it'll come with a controller (extra controllers are $10), and will utilize HDMI with a cable also included. Check out the full list of games:  (more…)...
  • FIFA 17 video shows off new options in attack
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    Posted July 13th, 2016 at 11:15 am 2 Comments »
    Please enable Javascript to watch this video The latest video for FIFA 17 focuses on the new attacking techniques that will lead to more opportunities for creating scoring chances. They include driven finishes, downwards headers, driven goal kicks, and threaded through passes. DRIVEN FINISH A new shot mechanic lets players keep the ball low in any situation - finesse, volley, or when simply slotting it home. DOWNWARDS HEADERS Greater control in direction allows players to head th...
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