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
On Thursday, we noted how much effort was needed simply to get Colin Kaepernick’s tattoos into the upcoming version of the beloved football video game franchise.
MetLife Stadium? Board it up. Super Bowl Week? Nothing to see here. All the hype, speculation and media frenzy? Shut it down.
The Museum of the Moving Image, located in Astoria, NY, presently is hosting an exhibit called “Madden NFL: 25 Years and Running.
On Monday, the official Playstation blog unveiled a new trailer for “MLB 14 The Show,” which is set to be released some time next spring.
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It was announced on Monday by EA Sports that the video game giant would be parting ways with Tiger Woods, ending a 15-year partnership.
Not trying to blow anyone’s mind this early on a Friday, but allow me to let you in on something I’ve noticed over the past few years: Video games are getting more and more realistic.
In an interview to promote Tuesday’s release of “NBA2K14,” Michael Jordan argues that in his prime, he could have handled LeBron James one-on-one, but not Kobe Bryant.