We talk with NCAA Football's Ben Haumiller about Ultimate Team Mode and what to expect!
A look at five features removed from the game that should make a comeback.
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...
- Pro Evolution Soccer 5 (PS2, Xbox, PC)
"Pro Evolution Soccer 5 furthers the realism, on and off-the-ball movement and intuitive control of the best-selling football series with Producer Shingo 'Seabass' Takaska and his team at KCE Tyo Inc. implementing a host of new gameplay features and aesthetic touches as he continues his quest to deliver the most realistic football title on any format."
- Premier Manager 2005-2006 (PS2)
"The game has been overhauled in terms of presentation and game interface which will enhance the brand further."
- STACKED with Daniel Negreanu Preview
"Playing poker against a computer is far different from playing with a group of friends or total strangers in a tournament. Myelin and 5000ft. realize that a poker game is only as good as its artificial intelligence, which is why they went to great lengths in order to make STACKED with Daniel Negreanu not only challenging, but tutorial in nature."
- NCAA Football 06 Exclusive Movies
"Today, we bring you five exclusive direct feed movies showcasing our prep star as he goes through a few drills for the college scouts and his debut at the University of Tennessee."
- Pro Evolution Soccer 5 Screenshots
"John Terry, England and Chelsea defender and 2005's PFA Player of the Year has been confirmed as one of the faces of Konami of Europe's Pro Evolution Soccer 5."
"The itch for football is starting to come on strong with the college season just around the corner, and NFL training camps starting in a month. Right around the time that the football itch hits a high, EA Sports always has the cure with NCAA Football. They have added some new features this year such as Impact Players and the new Race For The Heisman career mode."
"All too often sequels to long-running series disappoint, with minor updates to names and events to reflect the changes of that year. Not so with Moto GP 4. The improved physics and the addition of 125cc and 250cc bikes go to make Moto GP 4 a worthy update option for all fans of powered two-wheelers, only the lack of online play spoils an otherwise worthy challenger to the Xbox title crown. It will be interesting to see what that series can pull out of the bag to counter this excellent game."
"For people who want a huge variety or who aren’t really that into realism, I would recommend something else. If this kind of game is what you’re looking for, but you really wish they had some different cars, then perhaps you’ll be pleased to know that in a few months, the same developers are releasing GT Legends, using pretty much the same game engine, but tweaked up a little more, you’ll be able to drive old muscle cars like the Shelby Cobra and the ‘Vette."
"Rockstar's Midnight Club 3: DUB Edition has been shipped for the PSP across North America. Released previously for the PS2 and Xbox, the handheld version offers new content, as well as multiplayer modes, letting up to five players race it out wirelessly. Midnight Club 3: DUB Edition, retailing for $49.99, offers 10 different race types, downloadable content (in the future) and the ability to 'pimp' their rides."
- Road to Sunday Screenshots (PS2)
- Hoyle Blackjack Series Trial (PC)
- Madden NFL 06 Screenshots (GC)
- Madden NFL 06 Screenshots (PS2)
- Madden NFL 06 Screenshots (Xbox)
- Madden NFL 06 Screenshots (PC)
- Callaway Golf Review (Mobile - 5.1/10)
- Pro Evolution Soccer 5 Screenshots (PS2, Xbox, PC)
"Pro Evolution Soccer 5, aka Winning Eleven 9, furthers the realism, on and off-the-ball movement and intuitive control of the best-selling football series with Producer Shingo 'Seabass' Takaska and his team at KCE Tyo Inc. implementing a host of new gameplay features and aesthetic touches as he continues his quest to deliver the most realistic football title on any format."
- Road to Sunday Screenshots (PS2)
"Built from the ground up, Road To Sunday incorporates innovative game designs, new Artificial Intelligence (AI) and graphics, a compelling story and a variety of gameplay features. Road To Sunday presents a unique, sequential, episodic storyline that will provide both sports and entertainment videogame fans with the first ever sports entertainment drama."
- SSX On Tour Preview (Xbox)
"All of this good news is unfortunately spoiled by the simple fact that the game won't feature online play (which is just baffling) and EA hasn't announced a release date, but I expect that to change sometime this summer, as SSX sequels are normally dropped onto store shelves in time for the holiday rush. In the meantime, enjoy these screenshots and prep for your descent down the mountain."
- NBA Jamming Through The Years (Article)
"Acclaim was happy to work alongside the folks at Midway in producing the home ports of NBA Jam, along with Iguana Entertainment. The home releases followed shortly thereafter for SNES, Sega Genesis, Game Boy and Game Gear, and soon people were jamming basketballs like nobody's business using plenty of new hidden dunkers (like President Bill Clinton and all three Beastie Boys) and plenty of multiplayer opportunities on the 16-bit machines."
"It's not FIFA or Winning Eleven, but World Tour Soccer is a pretty fun soccer game that is worth spending some time with. It's realistic but not overly, as having fun is emphasized over all, something you don't see much of anymore in sports games."