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For gamers who are addicted to EA Sport’s highly popular football/soccer game, you’ll all be happy to know that the eagerly awaited FIFA 13 demo drops today. UK PS3 gamers will have to wait until late on this evening, working it’s way into the early hours of tomorrow (between 10pm and 2am) before they can get their hands on the demo.
Gamers who looking forward to this game and are in the US, we’re not quite sure when the demo is due to hit your stores just yet, but if you want to find out when the demo is expected to hit your timezone, visit the website below:
EA announced yesterday that EA SPORTS™ is offering an exclusive FIFA 13 Ultimate Edition to UK/European gamers, which will supply fans with 24 FIFA Ultimate Team gold packs to kick-start their season, and its most extensive global pre-order* incentive in the history of the FIFA franchise.
Fans who purchase the FIFA 13 Ultimate Edition will receive 24 FIFA Ultimate Team Gold Packs — one per week for 24 weeks with a total value of over £15 GBP — to help build an ultimate team of football superstars.
FIFA Ultimate Team brings the massive FIFA online community together with fans building, managing and competing with their ultimate football team from the world’s best players in FIFA 13. Each gold pack is a mix of 12 items, including players, contracts, stadiums, managers, staff, fitness, healing, balls, kits, and badges.
Gold Packs consist of players rated 75+ in-game, and include one rare item, such as enhanced player attributes, longer contracts, and the most coveted players.
The FIFA 13 Ultimate Edition is available only through pre-order or on September 28 (UK/EU regions).
EA Sports has released a new trailer for their upcoming game SSX (previously SSX: Deadly Descents) featuring a remixed version of “It’s Tricky” by Run D.M.C. There is no word on whether the song will be in the game, but the trailer is a throwback to SSX Tricky, an earlier title in the series.
SSX was originally being marketed as a grittier version of the past games, but with this video, it seems EA Sports is finally showing fans the humorous and over the top gameplay that they have been accustomed to.
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Greetings sports fans!! You know, I have been contributing my writings and opinions for almost a year now, and I’ve noticed one thing…I can’t remember seeing a review done on a sports game, let alone a hockey game. So here we go, here it is, lets drop the puck and get into some hockey action. Here is my review on NHL 12, EA’s latest addition to one of the most successful sports franchises that stretches the span of 20 years… Yes, you read that right, EA’s first game in the ‘NHL’ series was NHL Hockey back in 1991; boy that takes me back. Most people, however, most recognize the series for its 1994 masterpiece, as it defined the genre and set the bar for future hockey games to come. Even still to this day, EA hockey games still have the option to use the ’94 control scheme’.
It takes a special breed of gamer to purchase sports games like the NHL series, or the NFL series, simply because there are few, if any, changes made from year to year aside from roster updates, uniforms, and gameplay fixes. This year, however, EA took into account all the feedback from last years game, good and bad, and really tried to present us with a polished, fresh, and invigorated game. Did they accomplish this task? Did EA create another NHL ’94? Do we have hockey gold? Or did they drop the ball and completely miss the mark? Well, read on and find out!