PlayStation 5 Storage Upgrades Coming This Summer

Sony is getting ready to allow for internal PS5 storage upgrades, sources tell Bloomberg. This would obviously enable PlayStation 5 owners to store even more games at a time.

The PlayStation 5’s solid-state drive has only 667.2GB available for media storage—something that has vexed, pretty much everyone!

The issue has been that games can require between 40GB to 150GB of storage. Add other media, and space can be gobbled up quickly. Moreover, using external storage space is hindered by the new console’s unique architecture, meaning PS5 games cannot be installed there, causing games to crash among other issues.

The upgrade will reportedly come through a firmware update that would add support for more drives. It will allow for higher cooling speeds, preventing overheating. Once the firmware is installed, Bloomberg explains, owners would need to remove the PS5’s cover and connect a storage device.

“As previously announced, we are working to enable M.2 SSD storage expansion for PlayStation 5. The timing has not been announced and details will be shared later,” said a Sony spokesperson.


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Bad Bunny’s Music Comes To Fortnite

Bad Bunny‘s music has come to Fortnite in its most recent update of Chapter 2: Season 3.

The song “Yo Perreo Sola” can be heard on the Beat Box station that was integrated into some vehicles that players can use.

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Various artists were also added to Fortnite such as Drake, The Weeknd, Ed Sheeran, Marshmello, among others.

Epic Games crosses all borders and continues to add different content in its video game, it already did so with movies and concerts, and now music in the cars in the purest GTA style.

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[VIDEO GAMES] NBA 2K19 20th Anniversary Edition: “NBA 2K Is Back & Still Just As Great As We Remember”

It’s the time of year basketball fans love. NBA 2K19 is here – are you ready? Trust me you know I am. The best basketball franchise out right now looks to pull out all the stops as it gets ready for its biggest release to date.

From LeBron James and Giannis Antetokounmpo as the cover athletes to the disputed player ratings from the players themselves let’s get into why you need this title because NBA 2K is about to be lit AF.

The anniversary edition with LeBron as the cover athlete gives you a leg up on the rest of the competition. First, you’ll get the game 4 days earlier, but it will cost you a pretty penny marked at $99.99. For those who go straight to the pick up games, this will benefit you greatly because you’ll have the extra 100K virtual currency to start off, along with 50K MyTeam points just to name a few. So, if you put up the money right away, your player and MyCourt will be fresh right off the break. Definitely worth it to give yourself the best chance to get to the 90+ rating.

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[VIDEO GAMES] Red Dead Redemption 2

Red Dead Redemption 2 is just under five months away, and we still know very little about the game. That’s no surprise, considering that publisher Rockstar Games prefers to play things close to the vest. The company announced all the exclusive content that it’s packing into the game’s two special editions and offering as pre-order incentives, and the long list provides some clues as to how Red Dead Redemption 2 works. In particular, some of the items suggest that the game will feature deeper role-playing mechanics than we’ve seen in the series to this point.

Before we begin, let’s just get this out of the way: This is all pretty much speculation at this point, although we’ve tried to make educated guesses. None, some or all of the following may turn out to be true when Red Dead Redemption 2 launches on Oct. 26.

Red Dead RPG

In Red Dead Redemption 2, players will step into the boots of Arthur Morgan. The outlaw serves as an enforcer and debt collector for Dutch’s Gang, a group of bank robbers led by the eponymous Dutch van der Linde at the tail end of the 19th century.

The original Red Dead Redemption featured another member of the gang, John Marston. As Marston, players completed missions and open-world activities to progress through the story, earning money that they could spend on weapons, horses, consumable items and more. Consumables included medicine, which would restore Marston’s health; apples, which replenished the stamina of Marston’s horse; and chewing tobacco, which would refill his Dead Eye gauge.

Red Dead Redemption 2 - Arthur Morgan hanging ducks on a fence

Red Dead Redemption didn’t really offer traditional RPG mechanics, like a tree of skills to learn or attributes to upgrade, although the player did unlock levels of Dead Eye upon completing certain landmark missions. It sounds like Red Dead Redemption 2 may expand on this system, with the developers at Rockstar Studios taking a page out of franchises like The Witcher to deliver a system akin to the one in 2018’s God of War.

The Special Edition of Red Dead Redemption 2 comes with items such as a “Core Stat boost,” which “benefits Arthur’s Stamina, Health and Dead Eye Cores,” according to Rockstar’s description. Perhaps those three elements are “core stats” for the character that players can upgrade through play, rather than just meters to refill. And if they’re core stats, then maybe there’s a system of skills or secondary stats to go along with them.

To wit, the Special Edition also includes two “gameplay bonuses,” the Eagle Talon Talisman and the Iguana Scale. Morgan carries the latter item in his satchel, where it allows him to “take less damage while riding on horseback.” The former is a charm that players can put on Morgan’s boots so that his “environmental awareness skill will last longer.” (Maybe that skill takes the form of a visual assist, like Eagle Vision in Assassin’s Creed or Geralt’s Witcher Senses?) Either way, the boot and satchel suggest that Red Dead Redemption 2 will feature a gear system in which players can equip certain items to receive gameplay benefits.

Speaking of gear, Rockstar’s descriptions of Morgan’s costumes break things down by components. For instance, the Special Edition comes with the Nuevo Paraíso Gunslinger Outfit, which consists of “a wide brimmed black cowboy hat, deep indigo coat, worn denim chaps, leather gloves and boots.”

Red Dead Redemption - John Marston in ‘Savvy Merchant’ outfit
Marston sporting the Savvy Merchant outfit, which gives him a half-price discount on all purchases from gunsmiths.
Rockstar San Diego/Rockstar Games

Outfits may work the way they did in the previous game, as a complete set of attire. But perhaps Red Dead Redemption 2 players will be able to swap out individual accessories and articles of clothing, like hats, shirts, pants and boots — of course, there’s precedent for that in the Grand Theft Auto series. And maybe each piece of an outfit will have an equipment slot of its own, like the way that armor in God of War features sockets for enchantments.

Then again, it may very well be the case that Rockstar is merely providing a detailed description of the outfits, and only Morgan’s boots will have a slot for talismans. It’s worth noting that in the original Red Dead Redemption, a number of costumes provided gameplay benefits: For instance, when Marston wore the Deadly Assassin Outfit, his Dead Eye meter regenerated at twice the normal rate.

We also know from initial preview coverage that Red Dead Redemption 2 will involve some level of management for the Van der Linde Gang’s working camp, which is another new mechanic for the Red Dead series. As Morgan, the player will need to delegate upkeep responsibilities across the group — and help out themselves, by gathering resources and hunting game — to ensure that the camp has enough food and supplies to keep running.

The locations of Red Dead Redemption 2

The descriptions for the contents of Red Dead Redemption 2’s various editions also offer some hints at the places that players may visit in the game’s world. That’s especially true if we compare the latest information with one of the earliest Red Dead Redemption 2 leaks: an off-screen photo of what was supposedly the game’s world map. The more we learn about the game, the more it seems that the leaked map is real.

The map, which was leaked on NeoGAF in April 2016 and quickly corroborated by TechRadar, featured a location with a strangely coincidental name: a town called New Bordeaux, in the bayou by the Lannahechee River. The New Orleans-inspired setting for 2016’s Mafia 3 — an open-world title published by 2K Games, which shares a parent company with Rockstar — was also called New Bordeaux.

Red Dead Redemption 2 map leak
The purported Red Dead Redemption 2 world map that was leaked online in 2016.

Rockstar is producing a package of physical goods for the game, the Red Dead Redemption 2 Collector’s Box. One of the items in it is a 100-piece wooden jigsaw puzzle that, when assembled, features an image of “the bustling port of Saint Denis,” according to Rockstar.

New Bordeaux appears to fit the bill — the city and its environs take up what is by far the largest neon green area on the map, where that color indicates a “town.” Putting two and two together, it seems that New Bordeaux was a placeholder title, and that Rockstar has since renamed the town Saint Denis.

A Redditor by the name of IntegraleEvoII took the helpful step of manipulating the image of the puzzle that Rockstar released. In the puzzle’s aerial shot of the urban metropolis, it looks to have the same rounded shape that can be seen in the leaked map. If the jigsaw puzzle is an accurate representation of Saint Denis as it appears in Red Dead Redemption 2, and the leaked world map is true to the game world, the “town” would easily be the biggest, most developed corner of civilization in the game or its predecessor.

Red Dead Redemption 2 - Saint Denis jigsaw puzzle
It appears to say “Lemoyne” beneath the name Saint Denis. Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne de Bienville is credited as the founder of New Orleans.
Rockstar Games via IntegraleEvoII/Reddit

There’s another description that appears to confirm something from the leaked map. Both the Special and Ultimate editions come with an exclusive bank robbery mission, in which Arthur and his cohorts plan a heist in “the southern town of Rhodes.” (Don’t feel like you’ll be missing out on anything major if you don’t pay extra for one of these packages: Rockstar says that neither the mission nor the exclusive Del Lobos Gang hideout are part of Red Dead Redemption 2’s story.)

Look due west of New Bordeaux on the leaked map, and you’ll see the town of Rhodes in the center of the Scarlett Meadows district — which indeed lies in the southern portion of the world map, about halfway between the Bayou NWA district and Flatiron Lake.

Rockstar’s item descriptions also point to the possible return of a location from Red Dead Redemption: Mexico. That game featured a northern province of the country named Nuevo Paraíso (“New Paradise”). In addition to the aforementioned Gunslinger Outfit, there’s an accessory that’s named for Mexico: the Nuevo Paraíso Saddle, which is attached to the horse known as the Dappled Black Thoroughbred.

Since multiple items in Red Dead Redemption 2 mention Nuevo Paraíso, it seems reasonable to expect that the game will bring you there at some point — even if a major segment of the story isn’t set there this time around. Nuevo Paraíso doesn’t appear on the border of the playable U.S. region on the leaked map; instead, there is an inset map that appears to show a Mexican island or perhaps peninsula, with Spanish place names including El Hueco and Cinco Torres.

But hey, who knows? The possibilities are as wide open as the American frontier.


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[GAMES] Madden 18 Release Date Aug 25th

The NFL regular season is just a matter of weeks away, but for Madden players, competitive football games are just on the horizon.

On August 25, Madden 18 will hit stores and give football fans the most realistic, in-depth gaming experience they’ve ever had. As the game evolves, so does the Madden cover player.

Madden 18 will release on EA Access on August 17 for users with Xbox One consoles. For PS4 users, the game will be released on August 25.

Even though there is a stigma attached to being a cover athlete, more specifically “the Madden curse,” it appears that New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is unfazed by being the face of the game.

With each game comes new faces and players to play with, mainly players coming from the collegiate ranks. But what stands out about this year’s edition of the game is the authenticity of it, including added animations and movements from players during a play that makes the user feel as if they are controlling every aspect of their team, as seen in the trailer below.

In addition to new player movements and mechanics, there is also enhanced gameplay for the user player, who will be able to take play-calling to a new level with more sophisticated in-game tactics and schemes to gain any little advantage they can over their opponent.

With new tackling and blocking controls, no longer will there be any confusion why elite pass-rushers get stuffed at the line of scrimmage for so often or why elite-level offensive linemen are beaten off the line of scrimmage with regularity.

The new blocking/tackling mechanics will make Madden feel as realistic as ever, even with the addition of new game modes.

The three new game modes (Arcade, Simulation, Competitive) will give the user new ways to enjoy the game. Arcade is a more intensified, fast-paced game where it’s all about style points and running up the scoreboard. Simulation sticks to the rules of football and is as real as it gets down to each player’s attributes and game-changing ability. Simulation will also serve as the default setting for connected franchise mode.

And last but not least, Competitive is, well, as competitive as it gets. A tournament-style gameplay experience will separate the true Madden superstars from the wannabe gamers. In this mode, there are no injuries or limited penalties, and there is no room for crying.

This year’s Madden is geared up to be the most realistic NFL video game yet. The only question is, are you ready to play?

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[GAMING] Sega Genesis

What’s up everyone? How have y’all been? Me? Oh, I’ve been in the lab very heavy lately, but that’s not important right now. It’s time to go down memory lane a bit! No, not that far into the 60s. Let’s just go back to the early 90s: the time of 16 bit gaming, or “not 3D yet” for the non-tech savvy. As everyone knows, we basically had 2 choices: the Super Nintendo, or the Sega Genesis. Let’s talk about the Genesis.

Small, black, cartridges as the medium, rf switch (if you don’t know what this is, you are too young for me), big black controller with 3 buttons (or the smaller, yet cooler, arcade controller with 6 buttons), game genie, getting your ass kicked by Liu Kang in Mortal Kombat….brings back memories, right? I knew it would. You have to give it to the Sega Genesis: the game library was huge. Not only huge, there’s LOTS of fun games to choose from…

….like this one. If you don’t recognize this game, then please hit the reset button on life. If you have seriously never played Sonic the Hedgehog before, start from the very 1st one, then work from there. You really want an adventure? Hook up Sonic 3 on top of Sonic And Knuckles. That’s how it’s MEANT to be played.

If you like side scroller beat-em-up games, then the Streets Of Rage was your choice. Everyone who has played this one knows that it starts of easy. Next thing you know, you’re ready to throw your entire console in rush hour traffic. Up next..

Mortal Kombat. Need I say more?

And last but not least: Vectorman. Don’t sleep on this game. It’s one of the most fun, yet interesting games. Like adventure? Like sci-fi? Like shooting? There you go. If you ever get a chance, play it. Trust me.

See y’all next time!

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[Games] Nintendo NES is here!


If your an 80’s baby like me you were estastic to hear about Nintendo re-releasing their popular console, the 80’s are back! well video games at least.  The Nintendo NES went on sale today Nov. 11th, for the retail price of $60. With over 30 preloaded games including megaman, super mario bros and duck hunt you probably will forget all about instagram and facebook for a minute. Unfortunately,  as you probably already know its sold out, everywhere but! there is good news. Nintendo has said they will be releasing them throughout the holiday season and there should be plenty to go around. However, get your plan together now and look below and check out some of the ways you can get it.

Amazon  starting taking orders for the NES Classic Edition at 2 p.m. PT. The online retailer is restricting orders to one per customer and disabling the 1-Click Ordering option for the retro console. Amazon expects “very limited quantities” with more consoles coming in over the course the holiday rush. If you do plan on snagging one from Amazon, you might want to park yourself on the product listing page and make sure your credit card info is up to date.

Best Buy will also sell the NES. Best Buy reps told Polygon that if you do purchase the NES Classic Edition online, it will be shipped to you. The retailer has disabled in-store pickup for online orders of the mini NES.

The flagship Nintendo Store in New York is held a midnight launch, if you happen to find yourself in Manhattan today but launch quantities are severely limited. Nintendo also hosted a launch party that kicked off at 9 p.m. ET for fans who wanted to saturate themselves in ‘80s Nintendo memories.

Target will also sell the NES Classic Edition, but no pre-orders and no time frame on when the company will start taking online orders. Check the hours for your nearest Target store if you’d like to lineup for one.

Other retailers, like Toys R Us, Fry’s and Walmart, are also selling the NES Classic Edition.

Demand for the NES Classic Edition is expected to be high throughout the holiday season. Prices on eBay mainly for pre-orders are already much higher than retail. Similarly, on Amazon Japan, the NES Classic Edition’s Japanese equivalent, the Nintendo Classic Mini Family Computer, is already being listed by third-party sellers well above the standard 5,980 yen retail price.

So looks like it’s a long shot but I’m gonna try! Comment if you get one tell me how it is!

-Nia Boom

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PS4 leads US hardware sales in February, but by narrow margin

February was a good month for games, with strong sales for almost everybody regardless of platform.

For overall console sales, the NPD reports, “PS4 led hardware sales in February 2014, but by a narrow margin with Xbox One selling over 90% of what the PS4 sold in terms of unit sales. However, with Xbox One’s higher price point it led hardware sales on a dollar basis.”

And Microsoft also clarified specific numbers in a separate press release stating that the Xbox One sold 258,000 consoles “surpassing Xbox 360 sales by over 61 percent at the same point in time.” Microsoft also wrote that, combining the 360 and Xbox One, “The Xbox platform sold more hardware than any other home console platform,” which would put it above the PS3/Vita/PS4 and Wii U/3DS combinations.

But regardless of the spin, it’s good news for both companies. The NPD wrote, “Within console hardware, we continue to see strong year-over-year increases due to the success of the Xbox One and PS4,” and “The majority of hardware platforms experienced double-to-triple digit increases compared to January 2014.”

Software sales were also very positive; the NPD reported that game sales for both the Xbox One and PS4 were up 80% “when compared to the combined first four-month sales for the Xbox 360 and the PS3.”

Despite strong sales of Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze, which Nintendo reported earlier, the NPD clarified that the game “did not rank in the top ten when looking at title-level sales.”

February 2014 Top 10 Games (New physical retail only across all platforms, including PC)

Call Of Duty: Ghosts (Activision Blizzard)
The LEGO Movie Videogame (Warner Bros. Interactive)
NBA 2K14 (Take 2 Interactive)
Thief (Square Enix)
Grand Theft Auto V (Take 2 Interactive)
Battlefield 4 (EA)
Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag (Ubisoft)
Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII (Square Enix)
Minecraft (360–Microsoft)
Bravely Default (Nintendo)

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PS4 or Xbox One: Which Game Console is Best for Non-Gamers?

Finally, the major game consoles are getting updates with the Sony PlayStation 4 and Microsoft Xbox One releases are right around the corner. There will be plenty of awesome game titles for both the PS4 and the Xbox One, but even if you’re not big into gaming, these systems might have something to appeal to you. After all, the PlayStation 3 was one of the first widely popular Blu-ray disc players, and the Xbox 360 was one of the first home entertainment devices to offer Netflix’s streaming video services. And the latest-gen consoles have even more entertainment .
What the PS4 and The Xbox One Can Do
Both the Xbox One and PS4 are fully functional Blu-ray players. Microsoft only supported DVD playback for the 360, but the Xbox One will finally make the jump to Blu-ray formats, and that means you’ll be able to watch high-definition movies on your system of choice.

Both systems will also have access to online media services, like every other major gaming platform (including handhelds). You’ll be able to access Netflix, Hulu Plus, Amazon Instant Video, and other services to watch television and movies and listen to music on either system.

And they both will have access to large libraries of on-demand movies, television shows, and music, but this is where they start to differ. On the Xbox One, you’ll be able to rent or buy content from the Xbox Live Movies & TV and Music Stores. PS4 users will be able to rent or buy content from the Sony Entertainment Network and access Sony’s Video Unlimited and Music Unlimited on-demand services. The availability of movies, music, and television shows might differ slightly between the two services, but they’ll both carry most major releases from studios and labels.

What Xbox One Does More
The Xbox One goes much further in home entertainment value with its television integration. The system has an HDMI pass-through and infrared blaster that you can connect to your cable or satellite box to integrate TV watching into the Xbox One. The process and features are explained in more detail in How to Watch TV on Your Microsoft Xbox One, but it basically lets the Xbox One take control of your cable or satellite box so you can browse programming alongside online media services in the Xbox One OneGuide and change channels using your voice and the Kinect. The Xbox One also lets you use apps and services while watching television; apps can be snapped to the side of the screen so they don’t obscure the television signal.

We’ll have to play with the Xbox One and Kinect ourselves to see how well this feature works, but the idea of switching between your favorite channels and shows with your voice and watching TV alongside the different apps and features of the Xbox One dashboard sound very useful. This could turn the Xbox One into the real killer in non-gaming applications, and makes it stand above the PS4 as a pure home entertainment hub.

These features come at a price, though. The Xbox One already retails for $100 more than the PS4, and using online media services requires a subscription to Xbox Live Gold, which costs $60 per year. You can use all of the PS4’s media features without subscribing to PlayStation Plus, and the system itself retails for $399 to the Xbox One’s $499. If you watch a lot of television, and perhaps watch TV far more than you’d even care about playing games, the Xbox One is a better bet.

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NCAA Football 14

EA Sports is putting together the next iteration in its line of college football games – NCAA Football 14. Make sure you get a good look at the super realistic graphics and awesome stadium presentation for this sweet looking football game. COMES OUT IN JULY

EA Sports’ Ultimate Team mode is finally coming to NCAA, and thankfully your deck won’t be filled with QB #6 and HB #23, but with real-life football players.

In the Ultimate Team mode, you get a starter pack of player cards with which you play real games with in order to earn coins to buy more packs. By buying packs and competing in auctions to win specific player cards, you build up your roster with better and better players to compete against others online.

The NCAA franchise as a whole is unable to feature real college players (hence the anonymous player numbers that are used), but NCAA 14’s Ultimate Team mode has found a way around this and features real-life football players. Using its existing NFLPA license, developer EA Tiburon is creating Ultimate Team cards for all active NFL players on their college teams – that’s over 1,400 players at the game’s launch. It’s like the worlds biggest college all-star alumni game featuring everybody from current NFL players like Russell Wilson to former college greats not currently in the pros such as Andre Ware. There is also a multitude of guys in between – those whom you may recognize because they were your school’s campus heroes even though they haven’t made it big in the NFL.

Following the mode’s card-collecting philosophy, there will be multiple versions of some players if they’ve transferred schools in their college career, played multiple positions, or different cards for a player’s junior and senior seasons. Like the Ultimate Team mode in other games, NCAA 14 will also encourage collecting as many cards as you can with bonuses for getting all the cards in a particular collection set, such as all the Heisman Trophy winners, for example. EA says that it hopes to ultimately have over 2,500 player cards in the mode.

You can play games by either taking on solo, offline challenges (perhaps based on events such as a top game in the current season, a bowl game last year, etc.) as well as online via Head-to-Head Seasons. This mode, started by the FIFA soccer franchise, creates 10-game seasons and eight tiered divisions of play. You start out at the bottom division and work you way up via promotion while trying to avoid getting knocked down a division through relegation. NCAA 14 adds a four-round playoff structure that requires you to win at least five games in order to qualify (eight victories gets you a first round bye).

Unlike some of the other Ultimate Team modes in EA Sports titles, NCAA 14’s version does not feature chemistry between players, coaches, mobile/browser support, or consumable cards related to stat increases. There will, however, be customary “contract” extensions that let you continue to use a card and unspecified player items (no mention of whether these are earned or will cost money) that can be used to help out your team. The coin cost for different levels of card packs and any info on EA Tickets (which can be bought with real money and put towards card packs) has not been revealed yet.

NCAA 14’s version of Ultimate Team doesn’t feature all the bells and whistles the mode has enjoyed in other EA Sports titles, but college football fans should find no problem getting excited about this addictive mode.

For more on NCAA 14, check out this preview on the game’s gameplay and this one on its presentation.

Note: The original version of this preview mentioned 2,500+ players in the mode. EA Sports has since clarified that the mode will have over 1,400 players at launch, and that 2,500+ is the goal going forward. The text has been modified to reflect this distinction.

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Filed under: NCAA 14, ncaa Football 14, Football, EA Tiburon, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Preview, Sports, EA Sports, Ultimate Team
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by uncleho Wednesday, May 15, 2013 at 08:59 AM

Useless mode is useless.
by indiepassion_dave Wednesday, May 15, 2013 at 09:38 AM
Unlike some of the other Ultimate Team modes in EA Sports titles, NCAA 14’s version does not feature chemistry between players, coaches, mobile/browser support, or consumable cards related to stat increases. it doesnt sound a whole lot like ultimate team…
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by cxgdarch Wednesday, May 15, 2013 at 09:50 AM
I don’t really play sports games any more so I don’t know anything about this in FIFA. But to me it seems like this is an opportunity for them to add microtransactions to the game. Pay real money for the card packs and unlock all these players faster.
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by shadowBack Wednesday, May 15, 2013 at 12:38 PM
hey yo kato, tell me this aint gonna be the best year ever for football video games. It took EA damn near 30 years but by golly i think 2013 is the one sun.
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by Coachscorner00 Wednesday, May 15, 2013 at 02:23 PM

I love NCAA so I will support this but not sure if it will be as well recieved as it is with Madden and hockey.
by John Wrek Wednesday, May 15, 2013 at 02:36 PM

Interesting add-on. But that’s all it is: an add-on.
by tmc002 Wednesday, May 15, 2013 at 04:49 PM
Yeah going off what John Wrek said, Looks good, but you have to pay for it. It’s automatically not good, lol. Like the fact that their are actual names on the card, tho. Is the game roster straight out of the box also filled with real names or would that have been time consuming?
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by TheMickakaBL Saturday, May 18, 2013 at 09:43 AM

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