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Wednesday 26 April 2006
Microsoft and EA are allowing gamers to play 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany on Xbox Live for free for a short time in May.
To build footie fever among gamers before the FIFA World Cup starts, 360 owners with the free Live Silver membership will be upgraded to subscription-only Gold membership for one week from 8-15 May, allowing them to play just the EA football game. This upgrade will happen automatically once users go online.
EA is calling this event its Free-for-All
Thursday 27 April 2006
Electronic Arts has extended its exclusive licensing deal with football's governing body, FIFA, up to the year 2014, which means we have at least another eight versions of its FIFA football sim to look forward to.
The licensing deal allows EA to include players' names and likenesses, official team logos and kits for all console, PC, mobile and web-based games.
This is a major success for EA, as its FIFA branded football sim series has been a huge seller ever since the
Remember a couple days ago when we reported on a voice actor saying he was working on an unannounced Kingdom Hearts game, which we thought was called Recoded? Now Square Enix confirmed its existence in a list of the games they’re showing at E3. But how correct were the rumors?
Thursday 27 July 2006
Nintendo is launching 42 All-Time Classics for DS on 29 September, the 'classics' being various card, board and parlour games such as poker, chess and draughts. And as the title suggests, there're 42 of them.
Each of the games makes use of the handheld's unique touch-screen function making games like backgammon, darts and snooker easier to play than ever before.
Multiplayer is available for most of the games, with some enabling eight players to compete at once using DS's
There aren’t that many M-rated games on the Nintendo DS. So if you’re looking to pass the time with something a little darker and a lot weirder than your average JRPG, we suggest you check out the demo for Aksys Games’ 999: 9 Hours, 9 Persons, 9 Doors, which launched today. You can play the browser-based demo by clicking here…