Posts Tagged "PlayStation 3"

Madden NFL’s Dirty Little Secrets

Madden NFL’s Dirty Little Secrets

If you’re a diehard Madden NFL fan, then you’re well aware the most recent game just debuted for all major consoles. You also know that the series has sold more than 85 million units since it debuted in ’89 and you’re probably well versed in the Madden Curse. But we’ll bet that you don’t know everything about the latest installment, so we tapped EA Sports senior producer Phil Frazier to let us in on eleven things you didn’t know about Madden NFL...

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Making Movie Game Tie-Ins Work

Making Movie Game Tie-Ins Work

Video games and Hollywood have always been the Woody Allen and Soon-Yi of the entertainment world. They’re together forever, but the fit has always been an odd one – and a little creepy at times. The amount of ink wasted bemoaning the sheer volume of crappy movie-based games is copious – and I promise this isn’t more of the same. In fact, for the first time games and movies may have found a good way to co-exist. Word came out this week from TG Daily that...

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The Future of Digital Distribution

The Future of Digital Distribution

The biggest names in the gaming industry explore where digital distribution, cloud computing and streaming multimedia have the potential to take video games, movies, music, TV and more. Plus, a look at how streaming multimedia and downloadable content (DLC) promise to change home entertainment forever. Features commentary from a litany of video game business experts and insiders including Atari founder Nolan Bushnell, Electronic Arts/Digital Chocolate founder Trip...

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The New Face of Retro Games

The New Face of Retro Games

Per earlier posts, retro gaming is back in a major way in 2010. But as we recently discussed with The Christian Science Monitor, old-school game sensibilities aren’t just being tapped in the form of series remakes, franchise updates delivered as digital game downloads and complete overhauls of your favorite old-school computer, console and arcade hits for next-gen platforms. There’s also the “Retro Revival Trend Fueled By New, But Old-Looking...

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The New Definition of Video Games

The New Definition of Video Games

When it comes to critics and the video game industry, sometimes, you have to draw a line in the virtual sand. Case in point: Our recent column for CNN entitled What Does ‘Video Game’ Mean, Anyway?, which explains why it’s ludicrous to look to falling retail sales as some sort of canary in a coal mine indicating that the hobby is on the decline, or worse… destined for extinction. The reason why? More people are playing video games than ever...

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