Regional Anaerobic Fatigue. That's what EA Sports is bringing to the table with Fight Night Champion, and what it basically what it means is the most complicated, but accurate, stamina system in any boxing game to date.
Here's the deal: instead of having one stamina meter for your boxer, you're looking at four: one for each arm, one for your torso, and one for your legs. The result is that players can't simply spam a single punch over and over again and expect to win. Instead, throwing combos and using your whole body will be key.
It's all detailed in the latest trailer for Fight Night Champion, which you should check out if you want more details. If it seems like we've been posting a lot of these lately, you're not off the mark. EA's got a lot to say about the title, and I think this is the second trailer we've had this week... and it's only Tuesday.
The game is out March 1. A trailer a day until then or bust, EA.
Andrew Wilson got on stage to announce a partnership with Xbox One at the Xbox Reveal event today. First, he announced the lineup that will be coming to the system: Fifa 14, Madden 25, NBA Live 14, and UFC Championship. Fifa...more
At what point can we start calling this a trend? After McLaren of all companies hinted at an announcement during Microsoft's pre-E3 reveal event for the next Xbox, now we have EA Sports hyping up "the next generation of FIFA"...more
EA Sports have announced that they've extended their licensing agreement with FIFA, meaning you'll see EA-made soccer games through at least December 2022. The people that play the 65 million weekly games will appreciate this...more