Could LAX bros finally be getting their own Madden or FIFA-level lacrosse video game? Simon Parkin documented one game developer's tireless quest to make a hit game based on his favorite sport in an excellent piece for Eurogamer. It's well worth your time regardless of whether or not you're a Lacrosse fan.
Wishful thinking is a common theme with conceptual EA Sports game covers; usually the artist is honoring a favorite player or another star he wishes would be anointed for cover recognition. Entirely imaginary titles, as conceived here by an artist and posted on Behance, are a little less common. No NCAA Lacrosse title…
Whomever at YouTube banned Crosse Studios' account might want to reconsider that action. Inexplicably, the entire collection of trailers for the independent sports video game developer was taken out of commission yesterday, on the grounds that the videos violate YouTube's policy against "scams, spam and commercially…
NLL Lacrosse, which last year became the first fully-licensed sports game on the Xbox Live Indie Games channel, has released its second version. Though it features all 10 NLL teams and its 230 players, it's not just a roster update. A completely new game engine, statistics compilation celebrations and fighting are…
College Lacrosse, which released last year on Xbox Live's Indie Games channel, returns this year with a new version and a slew of upgrades - including motion capture animations and an augmented control set. It will cost $5.
Promised for delivery by April 30, NLL Lacrosse 2010 arrived a week early on Xbox Live's Indie Games channel. The $5 download delivers all the players on all 11 teams of the National Lacrosse League.
By the end of April, Xbox Live's Indie Games channel will see a very unusual first: The service's first sports title licensed by a professional league, and backed with the sponsorship of a major brand.
Of the independent games available on Xbox Live, a sports title is currently the No. 1 downloaded title and another is the No. 2-rated game, across all offerings. But sports is far from the service's dominant genre.
Let's be real. It would take a nuclear war for lacrosse, even though it's literally more American than football or baseball, to displace either game on TV. It would take even more to put it in a retail video game box.
Absolutely, it's an exciting and physical sport. But even lacrosse fans admit the game has a niche following. But lacrosse does have its own video game now, which just went up on Xbox Live yesterday. Suck on that, water polo!
Great, Another sport I've never played in my life, but will have to review because, you know, I'm the sports guy. Here's lacrosse, game of Native Americans, Jim Brown, and every Volvo-driving L.L. Bean family between Charlottesville and Albany.