It was a hard fought (virtual) battle between the San Francisco 49ers and the Baltimore Ravens, but ultimately it was the Ravens who came out on top in EA Sports’ ‘Madden NFL 13’ Super Bowl simulation.
In a settlement filing to a 2008 class action lawsuit, Electronic Arts will repay customers for a portion of their ‘Madden,’ ‘NCAA Football,’ and ‘AFL’ game purchases since 2005. They’ll also lose exclusivity rights with college football after 2014.
After reading the title to this article, I know what you’re all thinking: “How can that be true?” Well, SCEA’s Senior Vice President of Publisher Relations Rob Dyer seems to think that it’s a pretty solid fact. It is true that the Xbox 360 had a year lead time in its console release and that […]
Since 2004 EA has been running Super Bowl simulations using Madden on Xbox 360, to try to read the tea leaves of who will win the big game. This years sim between the New Orleans Saints and Indianapolis Colts resulted in what many people are assuming, a 35-31 shootout. Saints QB, Drew Brees walked away with the Super Bowl MVP after throwing for 3 TDs and nearly 300 yards.