Yeah, that’s how curious I am about playing the franchise owner mode of the latest Madden game. I don’t know if it will be any good, but it’s definitely something I’m curious about trying. Could I get the Oakland Raiders successful again? Will someone ever care about the Jacksonville Jaguars. Can move a team to Las Vegas and rebrand them? Here’s hoping I call the Walk of Shames.
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To me, this seems like an excessive use of posturing. Sports have sportsmanship, shouldn’t eSports have eSportsmanship? I am coining that phrase. Watch, I’ll hashtag it:
But I guess this is same area where futbol goal celebrations last nearly 15 minutes and spend more energy than it took to make the goal. Sorry, Europe, you aren’t polite when it comes to sports.
I didn’t get a chance to play much Frozen Synapse. Their next game has my attention though. Frozen Endzone appears to be another attempt at futuristic football. What it does to change that wasteland, is put in some strategy by making you program your players. I am intrigued because video games is the best way to play sports.
They actually don’t show a lot of gameplay here, probably because playing a rugby, cricket or darts game is actually really boring. Seriously, it’s boring. I’ve played about 3 games with a darts minigame and real darts is much better.
This game is far more annoying than any golf game should be. Or at least multiplayer anime-inspired golf. I also learn I’m terrible at putting. Really, there’s not many redeeming qualities about this game until we learned how to freeze our poses. Watch and you’ll see.
Bane did not cause the Super Bowl blackout. However, I did make that joke when it happened. Here’s a clever account of what he might have said if he had done it. Of course, if he was the culprit than only Hines Ward would’ve survived, and that’s not something people really want.
Video games are frequently touted as something that doesn’t age well. Today, Happy Hour tackles this concept by dusting off some old NES games from the same genre: baseball. Baseball games by themselves haven’t aged well so this is a double duty of pain and excitement. Yes, both together. They are sarcastically excited to play.
In what is almost a beat for beat repeat of NBA Jam, four friends try to play NFL Blitz together. I could go better. The game really favors heavy blitzing. Oh, and its very difficult to get an interception. It’s not the like the real NFL.
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I doubt this was a whole lot of extra work, but expertly done writers and commentators of ESPN for pulling off what many NFL fans might miss. A lot of them were so subtle, they even snuck in R.O.U.S., sorta, either way I’m impressed with. Just watch it.
I enjoy Blake Griffin for his ridiculous car commercials. And I guess his dunking. I like what they did with this video. It’s short, so watch the whole thing, and miss old school NBA Jam.