The Line Drive for February 7

Posted February 7th, 2016 at 11:15 am


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

NBA 2K16 shows how much better the Warriors would be by signing Kevin Durant.
Take Two faces lawsuit over copyrighted tattoos featured in the NBA 2K series.
EA Access subscribers now get Madden NFL 16 as part of membership.
Sale on PS4 digital download code: Rory McIlroy PGA Tour for $13.19
Sale on PS4 digital download code: FIFA 16 for 23.99
Sale on NCAA Football 14 digital download for $5 on PlayStation 3 or Xbox 360.
Will the new ABC broadcast light up three-point line make it into NBA video games?
Rules for the NBA 2K16 Pro-Am competition finally posted but don’t solve the problems.
The Rivet City MyPark faction in NBA 2K16 received a new park on top of a skyscraper.
Madden NFL 16 simulation predicted a big win for the Broncos over the Panthers.
Details on how to get Bruce Lee as a playable character for EA Sports UFC 2.
This week’s Press Row Podcast goes through early impressions of EA Sports UFC 2.
Rocket League is hoping for a mid-February release on Xbox One.
The free-to-play myClub version of Pro Evolution Soccer 2016 also now available on PC.
Game update brought snapshots and wrap sharing to Need for Speed.
Sale on PS4 digital download code: Need for Speed for $19.79
Sale on PS4 digital download code: Star Wars Battlefront for $30
Blu-ray releases this week headlined by Spectre and Crimson Peak.