It wasn't much of a surprise when Electronic Arts was recently voted the Worst Company in America by readers of Consumerist for the second year in a row. Though the game publisher's sins are arguably less substantial than tho...
The long-in-the-works high-definition revival of NFL Blitz has finally arrived, less than three months after EA officially announced it last fall. It’s an idea that gamers of all stripes could get behind; after all, you didn’t need to be a football fan to enjoy the original Blitz at the turn of the millennium.
Fans had just cause to be apprehensive, though. EA’s most recent downloadable arcade football game, 2009’s Madden NFL Arcade, was a mediocre offering that struggled to justify its $15 price tag. And the publisher’s previous arcade-classic revival, NBA Jam, didn’t exactly set the world on fire when it launched the following autumn. It’s difficult to recapture the magic of bygone years, but EA Tiburon might just have managed it this time.
If there's two things I can be absolutely certain of in this world, it's that I will never be good at sports and I hate olives. Disgusting, salty, vomit-inducing olives. They may as well be rabbit poop.
But, I digress. Sport...
Hey gang! It's Monday again, so here's The Destructoid Show. (Seriously, I have completely run out of ways to introduce episodes.)
Today, we talk about the week's releases, EA getting sued for being jerks again (seriously, I hate to keep harping on it, but they keep doing bad stuff!) Saints Row The Third has a bonus offer for PS3 users, and Square Enix is opening a new studio in Montreal. Finally, we're having a sick contest for some Astro Gaming A40 Saints Row The Third headphones. Watch the show for details!