Knowing that a shake-up was necessary EA yesterday confirmed the first report of Live being pushed back to 2017.Despite that acknowledgement uncertainty will continue to surround the series as there’s no guarantee it will again see the light of day on consoles.
The current state of sports games – on console, PC, and mobile devices – is ever-changing and evolving at a rapid pace.Former creative director of the Madden NFL series Ian Cummings returns to the Press Row Podcast to join host Bryan Wiedey and friend of the show Rich Grisham to discuss his own mobile game as well as the “bigger picture.
With four months of MLB The Show 16 now in the books it’s time to evaluate just how developer Sony San Diego can improve on an all-around excellent game next year.From gameplay to the big modes (Diamond Dynasty, Franchise, Road to the Show) Press Row Podcast host Bryan Wiedey and panelists Owen Good and T.
One of the most anticipated Press Row Podcast episodes on an annual basis is here with the Madden NFL 17 Review Roundtable!The panel discusses various themes of this year’s game, examine where it excels, and identify the areas that need the most work going forward.
Lauerman join host Bryan Wiedey on a new Press Row Podcast in reacting to Nintendo�s reveal event.In terms of pricing where does the Switch stand compared to Xbox One and PS4?
Every year it’s important to look back on developments within the sports gaming genre, not just as a reminder of what has happened, but as insight into the direction individual franchises are going and the trends within the industry that will impact them all.Bryan Wiedey and Rich Grisham discuss some*of the most important stories of 2016 in the new year’s first episode.
Electronic Arts’ stock is trading at all-time high levels and in looking forward to fiscal year 2018 (April 2017-March 2018) the company revealed a number of interesting facts and plans related to their various sports franchises.There’s the good: FIFA 17 was the world’s biggest selling sports game in 2016 and the company continues to see its digital revenue driven largely by Ultimate Team and free-to-play mobile show no signs of slowing down.
After more than 20 years a spiritual successor to the cult classic Mutant League Football has finally reached the red zone.The game is described as an “NFL Blitz arcade-style football game, with nasty mutants, ferocious monsters, deadly chainsaws, and lots of gory player deaths, along with some edgy, satirical humor that parodies America’s favorite sport.