Post Thumbnail

You could watch actual World Cup soccer games on TV this weekend, but wouldn't you rather dive into 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa instead? Good thing then that Amazon's offering up a 20 percent discount on the Xbox and Wii versions, making right now the moment to live out your dream of seeing Ur...

5 years ago 0 Comments
June 12, 2010 at 10:00PM
Post Thumbnail

Ain't nuffin' gettin' between the Brits and a tumble around the Wild West, partner. Not only is Red Dead Redemption the top selling game in the UK for the third week in a row (despite a 22 percent dip in sales) but, according to Chart-Track, it sold more units than the all-format chart's numbers tw...

5 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa held its top spot on the UK all-formats chart for a second week in a row. Meanwhile, like a good showgirl, Wii-exclusive Just Dance worked its way back into second, pushing Super Street Fighter IV down the stairs -- all the way to sixth. Modern Warfare 2 got back...

5 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa kicked off to a mighty fine start on the UK all-formats chart this week. Of course, the real news would have been had the footie franchise not scored the top spot during its launch week. Super Street Fighter IV also enjoyed a solid premiere in second place. And, les...

5 years ago 0 Comments

We know, we know -- we've been desperately waiting for more new media on April's South Africa-themed FIFA release as well, and today we've finally got some more. Arriving care of GDC 2010, EA Sports released the trailer you see above and the smattering of new screens seen below (for Xbox 360/PlaySta...

5 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Footy aficionados fancying themselves some world class football will get just that in EA's newly announced spinoff, FIFA World Cup 2010 South Africa. Simultaneously releasing on Xbox 360, PS3, PSP and Wii, this special installment -- only once every four years people! -- in EA's ongoing franchise f...

5 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

EA is hoping to support 11 vs. 11 play in time for their FIFA 2010 World Cup edition. This will allow them to have a "Virtual World Cup" with 11 of the best players from each country representing. FIFA 08 producer Joe Booth says, "In the long term we have big plans. We'd like for the 2010 World C...

8 years ago 0 Comments