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  • More on 2014 FIFA World Cup Modes
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    Posted March 4th, 2014 at 7:30 am 7 Comments
    While passing on next-gen versions of 2014 FIFA World Cup clearly deflated much of the enthusiasm towards the upcoming title, which every four years is an incredibly popular offering, there's now just six weeks until release so the push of promotion is just beginning. EA Sports today released larger summaries of the six primary modes featured in the game.  (more…)...
  • NCAA Ordered to Talk Settlement in O’Bannon Case; Eventual Resolution Will Determine Future of College Sports Video Games
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    Posted March 3rd, 2014 at 1:30 pm 21 Comments
    Last week the judge in the Ed O'Bannon class-action case vs the NCAA ordered the two sides to enter settlement talks. Naturally questions have started to come in about whether this could accelerate a return of college football (and other sports) video games. There is no longer a video game element to the case - although Sam Keller has continued to argue that he was not a part of the earlier settlement that got Electronic Arts and Collegiate Licensing Company out of it. A conclusion to lit...
  • More on Golf Club Tours and Tournaments
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    Posted February 25th, 2014 at 3:45 pm 2 Comments
    Since HB Studios first announced The Golf Club they have done a great job of consistently providing information and insight on the upcoming game through videos and developer blogs. Considering it is a brand new series and carries no form of licenssing they have created an impressive level of awareness in a short period of time. Today the company released more details on the Tours and Tournaments which are largely driven by the community with created courses and customization options. (mo...
  • Press Row Hangout Clip: 2014 FIFA World Cup Announcement
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    Posted February 11th, 2014 at 10:00 am 3 Comments
    2014 FIFA World Cup was made official last week but the majority of the discussion has not been centered on the trailer, screenshots, or features. Instead everyone is talking about the decision to only release the popular every-four-years game on the 360 and PS3 while bypassing the Xbox One and PS4. World Cup was first mentioned back during an EA Sports October financial call where it was grouped in with other titles that would be releasing on the next-gen consoles. At some point since th...
  • 2014 FIFA World Cup Features Announced; Only Coming to 360 and PS3
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    Posted February 6th, 2014 at 8:45 am 23 Comments
    EA Sports today officially announced 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil which will release on April 15 in North America and April 17 in Europe. In surprising news however the highly anticipated game will only release on the last generation of consoles. It will not be coming to Xbox One, PS4, or PlayStation Vita. Shortly after the announcement EA made a statement addressing the decision to only release on Xbox 360 and PS3: (more…)...
  • The Show Leads Pack in Spring Game Anticipation Levels
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    Posted February 5th, 2014 at 3:00 pm 4 Comments
    The poll to gauge which of the five console games releasing through May were being most looked forward to was posted over a week ago and in that time the status for each of them has not changed. The most info out there relates to The Golf Club surprisingly, along with UFC which received a strong push back at E3. The Show carries over expectations but has not even solidified a release date. RBI and World Cup haven't been talked about at all yet.  (more…)...
  • What Spring Sports Games Are You Looking Forward To Most?
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    Posted January 28th, 2014 at 1:30 pm 9 Comments
    What once appeared to be a fairly week first half of the year for sports gaming has been bolstered by two recent announcements. New arrivals in The Golf Club and R.B.I. Baseball will join MLB 14: The Show, 2014 FIFA World Cup, and EA Sports UFC all to be released by the end of May. Varying levels of information are available on the five titles. The Golf Club has probably shared the most of the group - and that's in the least amount of time - with RBI and World Cup still not being discusse...
  • More Feature Details for The Golf Club
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    Posted January 25th, 2014 at 2:15 pm 3 Comments
    The announcement of The Golf Club earlier this week has been met with quite a bit of intrigue as it fills the void for golf this year and debuts on the new systems with what seems to have been significant development time behind it. HB Studios has released a feature list and have answered some questions relating to the game to go along with the initial details and videos. It's a significant amount of info and has helped establish it as a legitimate title to consider. Built as a simulation...
  • New Golf Game Coming to Xbox One and PS4 This Spring
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    Posted January 22nd, 2014 at 2:30 pm 20 Comments
    While there will be no usual golf game from EA Sports this year - as they transition away from Tiger Woods and attempt to launch in strong fashion on the new systems in 2015 - the new generation won't be going without golf after all. HB Studios, who has partnered with Electronic Arts in the past, most recently developed Rugby World Cup 2011 and the infamous NBA Baller Beats. They have also contributed to games like Madden and FIFA on the Wii and other EA Sports tiles that made their way o...
  • Microsoft and EA Engaging in Deceptive Youtube Marketing Campaigns
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    Posted January 22nd, 2014 at 10:45 am 32 Comments
    The biggest story in gaming right now is the controversy surrounding Microsoft targeting Youtube personalities to promote the Xbox One. What has really blown things up is the manner in which they have done so that violates FTC regulations by requiring any participating individuals to hide that they are being compensated for their opinion or endorsement. Now Electronic Arts has also made its way into the conversation with evidence they offered similar promotions where they would pay bonuses t...
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