In the wake of Marty O’Donnell’s legal win over former employer Bungie, we take a closer look at some of the most important lawsuits in the history of video games.
After settling out of court with the CLC, EA Sports has decided not to develop a college football game for 2014, and potentially for the foreseeable future.
The NCAA has decided not to renew their contract with EA Sports thereby killing the ‘NCAA Football’ franchise in the process. But rest assured, EA is not done with college football.
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.
Do the ‘NCAA Football 13’ gameplay tweaks, new Heisman Challenge mode, and improved presentation make it an iteration worth picking up? Read our review.
Heisman Trophy winner Robert Griffin III has been named one of the cover athletes for ‘NCAA Football 13’, but a fan vote will decide which former star will join him.
EA Sports have released ‘Season Ticket,’ their new premium digital content service that is sure to cause a controversy among sports gamers.