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  • NHL 2K11 iPhone Impressions
    Posted August 31st, 2010 at 12:45 pm 2 Comments
    By Corey Andress Being Canadian I can tell you first hand that there are certain things expected of us. We have to be overly nice (not really true), like bacon (very true), say things completely wrong (about, eh?!), and most of all - love hockey. Now I’ll admit up front that I’m a much bigger fan of the NBA or NFL, but hockey is religion to us Canadians. Even if there are some of us that hate it, when our team plays on a national level the whole country stops. With that said, I l...
  • Madden NFL 11 iPhone Impressions
    Posted August 17th, 2010 at 1:30 pm 8 Comments
    By Corey Andress Going into the 2010-11 NFL season EA is giving its popular Madden franchise another shot on the iPhone platform. So far EA’s simulation football titles haven’t fared very well in porting over to mobile form. Although Madden NFL 10 was okay for a first attempt it failed to spark any excitement at all for sim fans such as myself. NCAA followed, and was by far one of the worst sports titles I’ve ever played for the iPhone. Gameloft’s attempts haven’t done much better. ...
  • NFL 2011 (Gameloft) iPhone Impressions
    Posted August 11th, 2010 at 8:36 pm 13 Comments
    By Corey Andress With the NFL season around the corner, August is normally a time for gamers to get a taste of the pro gridiron. This year the NFL comes to us in two different forms on the iPhone platform. Gameloft’s NFL 2011 and EA Sports’ Madden NFL ‘11. With EA clearly being a leader when it comes to the sports genre Gameloft did the smart thing by releasing NFL 2011 a week before its big named competitor. Gameloft secured the NFL license last year for use on the iPhone and releas...
  • NCAA Football iPhone Impressions
    Posted July 7th, 2010 at 1:37 pm 22 Comments
    By: Corey Andress Last September EA released Madden Football for the iPhone in hopes of giving football fans a chance to experience some NFL action on the go. After nine months, and a somewhat successful port, EA has decided to give the NCAA franchise a home on the device. Unfortunately the game is a laggy mess and an embarrassing release to accompany the console versions. NCAA Football released last week in Apple’s App Store in two different versions for the iPhone. There is a $6.99 3...