We've been entranced with EA's Facebreaker since they announced it a little over a week ago. With its lighthearted attitude and Fight Night Round 3 meets Team Fortress 2 visuals, we can't help but hearken back to long summer nights spent playing Ready 2 Rumble Boxing on the Dreamcast. However...
February 9th 2008 at 2:00pm
Are you Ready 2 Rumble? "No," says EA's newly announced boxing game, Facebreaker. "But I do feature real-time facial deformation and a lighthearted approach to pugilistic pummeling! So really, I'm more like a Fight Night cel-out." According to the folks at 1UP, Facebreaker is being developed by EA...
January 31st 2008 at 5:30am
Starting September 1st, EA will officially shut down servers for the following online-enabled PSP titles:
FIFA Soccer 06
FIFA World Cup 2006
Fight Night Round 3
Madden NFL 06
NBA Live 06
In addition, Need for Speed Most Wanted will go offline starting November 1st. It looks li...
August 3rd 2007 at 5:00am
While it's still in the discussion stages -- don't listen when your buddy runs up, throws a left hook, and dances around your prone form crowing about Fight Night -- it does seem that there's a good chance that EA's boxing game will make an appearance on the Wii. In an interview with Doghouseboxing....
February 13th 2007 at 12:30pm
Come February 11 Assassin's Creed could be taking home two Visual Effects Society awards, for 'Outstanding Real Time Visuals in a Video Game' and 'Outstanding Pre-Rendered Visuals in a Video Game', as the visual effects organization hosts its fifth annual awards ceremony at the Kodak Grand Ballroom...
January 9th 2007 at 7:55am
This is a game I've
been waiting for since the impressive demo Sony used to advertise their PS3 at E3 last year,
and EA's Fight Night Round 3 has not
failed to impress. Every bone cracking punch, every drop of sweat and blood, almost every boxer you could ever want to
fight is ready in glistening 7...
February 23rd 2006 at 4:51pm
Fight Night Round 3 may look all
sweaty and pretty on the Xbox 360, but just try lugging that whirring next-gen behemoth and a TV onto a bus for some
portable game time and you'll appreciate the sleek, fits-in-your-pocket-ness of the PSP now that it's finally landed,
bruises and all, at a store in y...
February 22nd 2006 at 1:00am