A Chicago Cubs fan has created a fantastic team-themed version of classic video game “Super Mario Bros.” just in time for the NLDS.
DeMarcus Cousins stands an imposing 6-foot-11 and 270 pounds, so on “National Video Games Day,” the Sacramento Kings turned their fiery superstar into an NFL running back and unleashed hi
Andrew Wiggins is big-time player on the NBA court and a devoted video gamer off of it. But not even he can get over his woeful overall rating in the upcoming “NBA 2K17.
Karl-Anthony Towns took to Instagram earlier this week to share an image of him playing an advanced copy of “NBA 2K17.
Colin Kaepernick’s decision to sit during the national anthem before a San Francisco 49ers preseason game over the weekend has been the source of controversy and sparked intense debates.
Jose Bautista’s majestic — and ultimately controversial — bat flip during the playoffs last season has become one of the more iconic scenes in recent postseason baseball history.
It was announced Thursday by EA Sports that New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski landed the coveted — or dreaded, depending on one’s view of supposed curses — cover of R
GAH! Aaron Rodgers is apparently such a phenomenal quarterback he doesn’t even need eyes to survey the field and pick apart defenses.
Odell Beckham Jr. on Wednesday was named the cover athlete for the upcoming “Madden 16.
That’s rich. Let’s just say the words “James Harden” and “play good defense” should never be part of the same sentence.
Everybody seems to be going crazy over this highfalutin “Madden 15 GIFERATOR” thingy which allows users to create their very own customizable GIFs featuring a bevy of NFL players, some ba
Cleveland Browns rookie linebacker Christian Kirksey may measure an imposing 6’2″ and 235 pounds in real life, but his pixelated representation in the video game world stands much shorter
Despite the enormous amount of hours, weeks, months of tireless work spent in an attempt to get every minutiae, ever detail and every aspect of the grand game of NFL football into each annual edition
The sophistication of sports video games in this day and age knows no bounds.
Despite his best efforts to get his fellow “Legion of Boom” cohorts on the cover with him, Richard Sherman appears alone on the cover of “Madden 25,” as EA Sports officially u