We talk with NCAA Football's Ben Haumiller about Ultimate Team Mode and what to expect!
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Best Buy has inadvertently (or purposefully) leaked more info on this year's FIFA.
A look at what EA Sports' new game(s) which are planned to be revealed at E3 might be...
- FlatOut Gameplay Footage 3-4 (PC)
- FlatOut Gameplay Footage 8-10 (Xbox)
- FlatOut Gameplay Footage 12-14 (PS2)
- Need for Speed Underground 2 Video Review (Mobile)
- FlatOut Review (PS2, Xbox, PC - 7.9/10)
- Playstation 2 (75%)
"It would've been nice to see more cars, deeper customization, or tighter controls, but FlatOut gets the job done. It's solid with friends, but falls pretty short for solo fun. It's facing some tough competition, particularly from Burnout 3: Takedown, but it doesn't quite cut the mustard."
- Xbox (75%)
"FlatOut's graphics aren't the best on the market, but they do the job. The tracks are filled with interactive debris and things to crash into, but the car models are the real treat. Each car comes fully equipped with a dynamic damage model, meaning that if you hit something head-on, your front end is going to get wrecked."
- Playstation 2 (8.9/10)
"Overall, I couldn't be happier with MVP Baseball 2005. For next year, all I need is more mini-games, more un-lockable content, and a couple of pitchers who don't give up poorly-timed gopher balls."
- GameCube (8.9/10)
"Unlike the Xbox and PS2 versions of MVP Baseball 2005, GameCube owners won't have a chance to experience the series' new online features. Another major issue that GameCube owners will encounter is the amount of memory card space needed to delve into features like the Dynasty and Owner Modes, which is quite a lot, even for a sports sim."
- SSX On Tour Hands On (Xbox)
"SSX on Tour will deliver 12 brand new slopes spanning four unique sections of the mountain that can be explored during day or night. While we didnít get to check out all 12 tracks, we were able to play through a few different race types to get a feel of the gameplay and the controls."
- Tiger Woods PGA Tour 06 Hands On (Xbox)
"Another tweak to the single-player game has come in the way in which you improve skills and acquire gear. Instead of just earning money and having to decide whether to spend it on skill upgrades or gear, in Tiger 06 things have been separated."
- FlatOut Review (Xbox - 8.0/10)
"For slightly less than premium coin, you can own a great compliment to the other extreme-style racers on the market. Itís hard to compare FlatOut to the other extreme games on the market, but thatís a good thing since it feels fresh in many aspects."
"WWE: Day of Reckoning feels a little rushed. The story mode lasts a good 8 Ė 10 hours, however it still remains fairly linear, without many angles. With no backstage fighting, no commentary, and barely anything to keep you entertained apart from the basics, Day of Reckoning has wound up being a bit of a disappointment."
"When its all said and done, NCAA Football 06 is not only the best EA college game, not their best Football game, NCAA Football 06 is generally the greatest sports game ever created on a next gen system. Many EA basher and haters would contest different but before being biased and saying the game sucks just because it carries the EA tag, I advice you to atleast go out and rent it. Because NCAA 06 brings a level of experience that neither of the NCAA games before it did. Its as if Electronic Arts and Tiburon put all their creative efforts and minds together to bring us this masterpiece. I mean in some areas, Tiburon feel short, like the RFTH feature and the recycled commentary."
Question:"Is a traffic system being thrown into the mix? Or are we racing at times when no one else is on the road?"
SN:"Later in the game there's a lot of traffic present in the game, especially in The Alps and Monaco environments. However depending on the missions you can be driving all by yourself or trying to avoid traffic; for example police patrols. "
"Anyone familiar with the console version will be completely blown away by the incredible job Rockstar Leeds has done to downsize the entire game for PSP - pretty much everything has been squeezed in. It's a truly colossal achievement."
- SSX On Tour Trailer #3 (Xbox - 4.73 MB)
"Fourty second long SSX On Tour trailer, mostly showing gameplay footage."
- Burnout Legends Trailer (PSP - 6.38 MB)
"Minute long video from the PSP racer Burnout Legends."
- Burnout Revenge Movie #2 (Xbox - 49.7 MB)
"Two minute long Burnout Revenge gameplay movie."
- Need For Speed: Most Wanted Trailer (X360 - 7.13 MB)
"Minute long trailer with some gameplay footage from EA's racing game sequel Need For Speed: Most Wanted."
"Cricket 2005 fails to take cricket to the next level of video gaming goodness. Cricket fans may find some slight satisfaction but if you don't love cricket, there's nothing to see here. Frankly, you're better off playing cricket down at the park or the beach."
"With all the talk of how powerful these next-generation systems are, and how much more one has over the other and yada yada yada, just take this screenshot in for a moment and just understand exactly the kind of detail Bizarre is able to bring to Microsoft's upcoming system."
"Racing fans may look forward to a hot fall. The historic motor sports simulation GT Legends which has already received numerous accolades will now be released a few weeks earlier than planned, at the beginning of October! Publisher 10TACLE STUDIOS AG and developer SimBin have confirmed that the development of its PC racing game is in its final testing phase."
- Street Racing Syndicate Review (6/10)
"SRS is home to some nice ideas that could have worked very well if implemented better, but sadly the time was not taken to ensure their quality and thus the game suffers greatly. Couple this with the inferior driving while compared with other games in the genre and you sadly get a rather average racing title. Maybe it would be better to pick up Burnout Revenge in a couple of months time."
- Burnout: Revenge Trailer
"A new trailer for Burnout: Revenge has been released, offering two minutes of pure in-game footage. Burnout: Revenge lets you rip through rush hour traffic and lay waste to scores of rubbernecking roadhogs in an over-the-top scene of vehicular mayhem."