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  • Blog Post: Play The Goalie In FIFA 11

    Did a lousy keeper on your favorite team in the World Cup (with the last name of Green) cause you to lose your pride (or $250)? EA’s brand new, creatively-named Be A Goalkeeper mode for FIFA Soccer 11 does exactly what you think it would do. Give you a chance to right the wrongs of history as the... More
  • Blog Post: EA Sports Signs Branding Partnership With English Premier League

    Continuing the trend of sports leagues signing exclusive partnerships with various companies , EA Sports has inked a deal to become the "official sports technology partner" of the Premier League. The short take is that EA Sports branding is going to be plastered all over stadiums and game broadcasts... More
  • Blog Post: EA's FIFA Killing Competition

    In soccer, every goal is worth gold, and EA is bragging that it's got a quite a few up on its rival Pro Evolution from Konami. "We continue to beat the heck out of Pro Evo," said Jens Uwe Intat, senior VP for EA Europe, "and across Europe we're talking 75 percent of the football... More
  • Blog Post: FIFA 10 Gets Ultimate Team Download

    Last year EA Sports offered Ultimate Team mode as a post-release download for FIFA 09, and now it's coming to FIFA 10. The card-based team building game will be available as a download sometime in February. The Ultimate Team mode lets you build up your squad by acquiring players, managers, contract... More
  • Blog Post: Breaking News: Europeans Like Football

    …and as such, FIFA 10 is doing fairly well at retail across Europe. That may be a bit of an understatement. EA announced today details of the record-breaking launch, with over 1.7 million copies sold the first week. This marks the newest iteration of the FIFA franchise as the fastest selling sports... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Claims PSPgo Sales "In Line With Expectations"

    When you think of new gaming hardware launches, you probably envision droves of berserk consumers rushing retailers with wads of cash clutched in their fists. This frenzied reception may not perfectly describe the release of Sony's PSPgo , however, as Sony is hinting at merely adequate sales out... More
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