EA Sports

Computer version of Tiger Woods to be browser-based, PC and Mac compatible

<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/05/tigw10_online_scrn_fullscreenataddresss.jpg" alt="tigw10_online_scrn_fullscreenataddresss" />EA is going the online-only route this year

EA Sports' NHL 10 adds first-person fighting, 200+ other 'refinements'

<img src="http://crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/05/nhl10_fighting_eagerfight01.jpg" alt="NHL" />Along with the promise of "over 200 gameplay refinements," EA Sports will be adding first person

Downloads ahoy: EA Sports looking to move away from physical media releases

<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/05/easports.jpg" />Services like Steam and Good Old Games are so darn convenient. I recently switched out the hard drive in my MacBook, and

CrunchDeals: EA Sports Plug N' Play for $9.36

<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/04/fullsize.jpg">This, my friends, is one of my most cherished possessions. I bring it with me on any trip, whether for business or pleasure

Wii version of ‘Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10’ to feature MotionPlus

<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/02/motionplus.jpg">If you’re like me, you’ve been a longtime fan of the Tiger Woods games on the Wii but you were disappointed with Tige

EA sets sights on Wii Fit fans with EA Sports Active

Looks like EA Sports is getting into the Wii-based fitness arena with EA Sports Active. It’ll be launching next spring, right about the time you grab hold of your ever-lingering holiday gut with

EA considering Spore downloadable content: Yes, you'd have to pay for it

EA would love to be able to sell you Spore parts in the future. Heads, arms, planets, etc. This isn’t surprising given EA’s history, but it’s fodder enough for anti-EA zealots to fre

Wii: Tiger Woods ‘09 finally gets online play, plus better swing mechanics and five new courses

http://videomedia.ign.com/ev/ev.swf This year’s version of Tiger Woods for the Nintendo Wii should finally address some of the shortcomings of the first two titles. Most notably, you’ll finally be

EA's Peter Moore says to expect great things from upcoming sports titles

Peter Moore, seen here playing DDR, is rather bullish on EA’s sports properties. Rather than “rest on its laurels,” he says EA’s upcoming sports titles will be incredible, expe

EA may cut prices on certain EA Sports titles

Uh oh. A guy in a suit is saying that Electronic Arts is going to be slashing the prices on certain EA Sports titles, mostly for the PlayStation 2 although I’d expect some PC-version cuts in the

CrunchArcade: Back on the Gridiron

It is hard to believe it is August already. That means summer will soon be turning to fall. Kids go back to school, the weather gets cooler and the leaves change color. But most of that doesn’t matt