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Sports Games on the Wii

Pro-G has posted an article entitled, Sports Games on the Wii.
"I was a little disappointed to find out that you don't use the remote for running plays, which seems a little odd. Thankfully that limitation is tentative and EA might possibly address it before the game is released alongside Wii later this year."


Major Nelson Marketplace Update (360)

Major Nelson has posted the following:


LMA Manager 2007 News (PS2, 360, PC)

Eurogamer has posted some news about LMA Manager 2007.
"The next-gen version will include normal mapping, parallax mapping and realistic lighting effects, and 360 owners will indeed be able to play alone in widescreen at 720p progressive, as expected. You'll be able to keep an eye on the games in real time, too, reacting to decisions as they happen."


Table Tennis Screenshots (360)

Xboxyde has posted some screenshots of Table Tennis.
"Here comes a bunch of Table Tennis screenshots (thank's to our pals at Factornews !). Rockstar's game was one of this E3's big success, so don't forget to check-it out ! Hepefully, we'll get a XBLMP demo soon..."


AND 1 Movie Clips (Xbox)

Video Game Generation has posted some movie clips from AND 1.


LMA Manager 2007 Screenshots (360)

Totally360 has posted some screenshots of LMA Manager 2007.


FlatOut 2 Website Launched (Multi)

The official FlatOut 2 website has launched.


LMA Manager 2007 Screenshots (PC, 360)

Boomtown has posted some screenshots of LMA Manager 2007.
"LMA Managerís pioneering use of a 3D match has become a defining game element for the seriesí legions of players," said Codemasters. "Now, the gameís enhanced visual engine will make full use of next-generation rendering systems, adding normal mapping, parallax mapping, and realistic lighting effects for even more detail that really brings match day home. The Xbox 360 edition of the game also plays out in glorious widescreen, giving you an even better view of the action. Plus, the matches are run in real-time, meaning results aren't fixed before the whistle blows; it's about how you react as the game unfolds that can make or break the result."


Question of the Day

Last night I messed around and got a triple double in a league basketball game, what has been your biggest accomplishment in sports?


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# 1 Shaver @ 05/19/06 08:13 AM
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Last night I messed around and got a triple double in a league basketball game, what has been your biggest accomplishment in sports?
I guess that would depend on if we're talking statistical accomplishment.... performance... great moment...

Sine a triple double is statistical, I'll go there... I went 5-for-5 with 3 HRs/2 Doubles/9 RBIs in a Little League All-Star Game when I was 12. It was the only Little League game that my Dad ever went to.
 
# 2 Steve_OS @ 05/19/06 08:25 AM
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Originally Posted by Clay_OS
I guess that would depend on if we're talking statistical accomplishment.... performance... great moment...

Sine a triple double is statistical, I'll go there... I went 5-for-5 with 3 HRs/2 Doubles/9 RBIs in a Little League All-Star Game when I was 12. It was the only Little League game that my Dad ever went to.
Whichever you prefer. I'm sure dad was proud that day bro.

My 3 on 3 team back in 93 (I think it was) won the 3 on 3 championships It's the ONLY trophy I've EVER won, lol.
 
# 3 ExtremeGamer @ 05/19/06 08:30 AM
Melvin Levitt dunked on me in Hoop It Up back in 93...
 
# 4 Shaver @ 05/19/06 08:31 AM
Tyrone Wheatley ran over me in High School
 
# 5 dieselboy @ 05/19/06 09:05 AM
My biggest name dropping story is: Catching HS touchdown passes from KC Herren. (Drafted in the second round by the Texas Rangers in 2004)

Statistical: I had some pretty good statistical football games. I think there was one in which I had over 100 yards receiving, TD, a sack, a pick, and caused a fumble.

But probably my best was I think 9th grade basketball. It was our last game of the season, and I nearly had a quad-double. Had like 15 points, 8 boards, 7 assists, 7 steals, a few blocks, and likely probably 5+ turnovers, haha.
 
# 6 forensicd @ 05/19/06 10:52 AM
Playing in the final four in high school in indiana. That tourney run was the best time of my life, sportswise.
 
# 7 bergie56 @ 05/20/06 11:15 PM
Being named all state in baseball my junior year or striking out every single player in a game once.
 
# 8 Acid @ 05/20/06 11:17 PM
My friend Karl and I played in a tennis league a few years back and we dominated in doubles the entire year (I think we lost once or twice) and we ended up going to regionals at UCLA, but we ended up losing in the finals.

Next season for tennis, Karl and I are playing doubles for the school.
 
# 9 MachoMyers @ 05/21/06 02:05 AM
I guess mine would be a career accomplishment at Univ as a 4 year starter at Safety/Corner.
 

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