First revealed last night in the wake of EA’s E3 2017 press conference, a reporter from Eurogamer had a chance to get some hands-on time with the Nintendo Switch version of the upcoming FIFA 18. To everyone’s surprise, it’s actually a legitimate attempt from EA, and not the halfhearted port of the PS3 version virtually everyone expected. Continue reading FIFA 18 is coming to the Nintendo Switch
Sony announced earlier this week they would be running the Days of Play store promotion, introducing a whole swathe of discounts from today through to June 21st. The majority of games affected are AAA titles by large publishers and developers, all of which have been cut in price anywhere between 10 and 50 percent.
Once more bucking the pre-FIFA 17 trend of including F.C. Barcelona player Lionel Messi as the cover star, after his Ballon D’Or and success with Real Madrid C.F. this season, the teaser focuses on Portuguese forward Cristiano Ronaldo. Continue reading The FIFA 18 teaser dropped today, here’s what it showed us
EA was one of the first companies to abandon the Wii U, and the mass exodus from the platform is one of the reasons Western third parties have been so gun shy about supporting the Nintendo Switch, so far. EA originally promised a single game, FIFA 2018, but upon recognizing the Nintendo Switch as what may be the next Wii-tier success, the company has stated its interest in supporting the console with additional releases. This could be the first crack in the dam. Continue reading EA’s change signals the dam is going to break for Nintendo Switch support