Every year, the folks at EA Sports rig a game of Madden to predict the Super Bowl. They're usually right—they've nailed something like eight of the last 11 winners. This time, it's safe to say that EA just rigged the actual Super Bowl.
Kevin Spacey's future tech may be "20 years ahead" of the fictional future military's, but that doesn't mean it works perfectly all the time.
Jumping puzzles aren't always very fun, especially in first person shooters like Destiny. Luckily, at least one of Destiny's super powers allows you to just pass by one of these frustrating sections.
Last week, we showed you a clip where a bladedancer single-handedly tore up a crowd of enemies. Well, after seeing this bladedancer, it seems that maybe having a knife is the answer to all of your Destiny problems.
In today's Highlight Reel, we see why Sean Connery's advice re: gunfights doesn't apply seven hundred years in the future. Also, a brutal play in Madden 15, some sparrow tricking, and more!
EA will remove all presence of disgraced NFL running back Ray Rice from Madden 15 in this week's update, stripping the former Ravens star from all roster lists in the latest edition of their annual football series.
Coming to you today straight from National Live Internet, it's Highlight Reel, the show where we round up great moments from around the gaming world and put them all in one easy-to-find video!
Remember that awesome Madden glitch that rendered one of the game's players - LB Christian Kirksey - as a tiny little man? Taking the joke and running with it, EA Sports have released a trailer telling the story of "Tiny Titan" (who actually plays for the Browns).
We've rounded up some of the best highlights from the past few days in the gaming world and put them all in one place for you. Today, a Madden player learns why you should never try to rub your victory in your opponent's face, and more!
We've rounded up some of the best highlights from the past few days in the gaming world and put them all in one place for you. Today, a death-defying dogfighting maneuver in War Thunder, a great throw in Madden, and more!
Oh, yeah. That's not supposed to happen.
EA pulled out the big guns for their Madden 15 commercial, bringing in Kevin Hart, Dave Franco, Colin Kaepernick, and a pool full of dolphins for what might be the weirdest and/or best advertisement in video game history.
Well this is a little creepy.