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  • Blog Post: NCAA Football 14 Shows Off Its Cover Athlete

    After a long voting process involving 126 schools and a 5.7 million votes, the cover athlete for NCAA Football 14 is finally plastered on the box. Taking center stage is former University of Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson. Robinson is the third Wolverine to grace the cover. This year's EA college... More
  • Blog Post: Madden Gets Release Date And Possible Name Change

    Players will be able to take to the gridiron in Electronic Arts’ popular Madden series on August 27 of this year. An image posted on the EA website hints that the title may feature a new name to celebrate the franchise’s 25th anniversary. EA usually titles its sports series with the last... More
  • Blog Post: NFL Blitz Won't Have Late Hits

    One of the best parts of the NFL Blitz series was the brutal, after-the-whistle tackles. Though EA is resurrecting NFL Blitz in January, late hits are an aspect that isn't coming back with it. At one point, late hits were in the game, which is in development at Madden studio EA Tiburon. However,... More
  • Blog Post: Former Madden Developers Branch Off To Create Social Network Games

    When you think of Tiburon and EA Games, you think of Madden and other popular sports franchise games. What you don’t think of are woodland creatures like raccoons and bears fighting one another on Facebook. It’s an odd direction to go for a developer who is used to worrying about the virtual... More
  • Blog Post: Is NFL Blitz Following In NBA Jam's Footsteps?

    Back in the day, sports games weren't necessarily about comprehensive rosters, dynamic tackling animations, or down-to-the-millimeter-accurate representations of stadiums. Some of them used to actually be--sorry to use the F work here--fun. Games like NBA Jam and NFL Blitz ruled arcades, giving sports... More
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