Nintendo Game Boy Advance - April 24, 2006
FIFA Soccer 2006 lets you become a soccer player or manage a team to its destiny! Get out on the Pitch as you play a complete, authentic, and intelligent soccer experience. Pull the team together when the game gets rough, and make sure your team chemistry keeps teams in the game.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - May 24, 2002
Alex Ferguson's Player Manager 2002 is a sports game developed by Anco Software and released on Game Boy Advance, Microsoft Windows, PlayStation.
Nintendo Wii U - Released - October 29, 2013
Join an epic adventure with the Angry Birds in the legendary Star Wars universe, re-mastered for gaming systems! Use the Force, wield your Lightsaber, and blast away Pigtroopers on an intergalactic journey from the deserts of Tatooine to the depths of the Pig Star! Can you become a Jedi Master and restore freedom to the galaxy?
Nintendo Wii - Released - October 29, 2013
Angry Birds: Star Wars is a Star Wars themed edition of the Angry Birds series. The gameplay mechanics are the same as with other Angry Birds games, where the goal in each of the levels is to take out all of the pigs with the allocated amount and types of Angry Birds. The space and gravity mechanics from Angry Birds: Space are also implemented. For this edition the birds have been given a Star Wars character makeover: Red Bird is Luke Skywalker, Yellow Bird is Han Solo, Pink Bird is Princess Leia, Big Red Bird takes the role of Chewbacca, Black Bird becomes Obi Wan Kenobi and Blue Bird is a...
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - 2000
David O'Leary's Total Soccer 2000 is a Sports game, developed by Exient Entertainment and published by Ubisoft, which was released in Europe in 2000.
Nintendo DS - Released - September 25, 2006
There are a total of 27 leagues available in FIFA 07. There is also an International league that features national football teams, and a Rest of World league that includes other notable clubs from around the world.
Nintendo DS - Released - October 13, 2008
Enjoy the beautiful game anywhere you go and take to the portable pitch with FIFA 09 for Nintendo DS, the exhilarating handheld football experience that is bigger and faster than ever. FIFA 09 not only offers a robust multiplayer experience, including play via Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection, it also brings the EA Sports Be A Pro feature to the DS for the first time. How fast is the new FIFA 09 experience? Sixty frames-per-second fast. Using a game engine built exclusively for the DS, FIFA 09’s graphical power delivers more responsive, intelligent and realistic motions and actions from the...
Nintendo DS - Released - October 1, 2009
There are 30 leagues and over 500 teams in the game, as well as 41 national teams. New to FIFA 10 is the Russian Premier League, which is not featured in the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions. Unlike previous versions of FIFA, the Netherlands is included as a fully licensed national team. Due to promotion/relegation and other league expansions, there are 46 teams that were not included in FIFA 09, including 25 that have never appeared in a FIFA game before. FIFA 10 has 41 teams in its international division. The most notable exclusion is Japan (who made it into the round of 16...
Nintendo DS - Released - October 8, 2010
If you simply can’t cram enough football into your life, you’ll be glad to know you can now carry over 30 leagues, 500 clubs and 15,000 players with you wherever you go courtesy of FIFA 11 for Nintendo DS. Returning for an 11th campaign, the FIFA soccer series makes a comeback on Nintendo DS with a host of improvements to make the portable soccer experience more authentic than ever. Updated graphics ensure star players are instantly recognisable on the pitch, while gameplay changes introduce the trademark moves of the world’s top stars into the mix. Expect to play crisp, creative passes...
Nokia N-Gage - Released - December 24, 2003
FIFA Soccer 2004 features eighteen leagues, with thirty-five national teams and over ten thousand players. Take them into a multi-season career, or individual tournaments or matches. Like EA's other 2004 games it has an in depth career mode, where you must manage your budget and team. Promote players, demote players and renegotiate contracts, all in an effort to get your team to the finals again and again. The skills to master range from kicked passes and headers to lob passes and bicycle kicks. You can take control of players before the ball reaches them, which makes it easier to find...
Nokia N-Gage - Released - October 27, 2004
As it became the norm with the series, the game features 18 leagues and 38 national teams (some of these, due to licensing problems feature only generic kits and logos), summing up around 11 000 footballers. The main gameplay change was the addition of "First Touch" controls. By performing one of the "trick" moves before the player gets possession of the ball it's possible to do a number of moves, such as touching the ball forward to gain a few yards ahead of the defenders or touch the ball to one side, and roll to the other of a rushing defender, and then pickup up the ball a bit ahead...
Sony PSP - Released - May 18, 2006
Celebrating the 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany - the world's largest sporting event - 2006 FIFA World Cup brings you to the games with the world's superstar players, 12 official stadiums that will be used at 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany and stadiums from each qualifying region. Gamers can play as their favorite team from qualification right through to a virtual reproduction of the tournament in Germany.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - August 8, 2005
For the 2006 edition of EA's unstoppable American Football series, EA included all-new passing, rushing, field goal and tackling games. Go head-to head over link cable with a friend to see who is dominant on the field. Also look for updated 2006 rosters, uniforms and logos.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - August 22, 2006
The 2007 edition of EA's unstoppable American Football franchise. New to the GBA version this year is the addition of more Game Boy Advance-exclusive mini-games; offense and defense skills games, punting and running skills games, and more. Also, stay up to date with all the off-season moves with new team rosters, uniforms, and logos for the 2006 NFL season.
Nintendo DS - November 17, 2004
The Madden series is coming to a brand-new platform, complete with wireless gameplay, dual screens, and multiple gameplay modes. In the DS version of Madden NFL 2005, you can use the touch screen to select plays, call audibles, and manipulate the kicking meter. The DS's lower screen shows you where all 22 players are on the field. In addition to a wireless multiplayer mode, the game features a season mode, a situation mode, and a two-minute drill mode.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - August 9, 2004
Play and manage football matches between real NFL teams, featuring the latest player lineups of 2005!
Nokia N-Gage - Released - December 10, 2003
This is an N-Gage version of the console game. In general it follows the same rules: it's an American football "simulator" where you can choose a team from a vast roster corresponding with 2003 season, pick strategies from a number of offensive and defensive plays and then command your players on the field. Also you can take a look at some of the historical teams and games. But there are a few differences. The first and most obvious one is graphics - the N-Gage game has a totally different graphical engine: instead of a fully 3D world, only the field is polygonal and sprites are used for...
Nintendo DS - Released - November 13, 2007
Need for Speed: ProStreet is the eleventh installment of Electronic Arts' popular racing game series Need for Speed. On May 21, 2007, Electronic Arts published a teaser trailer of ProStreet, and officially announced it ten days later. It was released worldwide in November 2007. ProStreet includes more than 40 cars including a few from American Le Mans Series. ProStreet was the first PlayStation 3 game with DualShock 3 rumble support. The demo, featuring two races, one speed challenge and one grip race, appeared on Xbox Live on October 26, 2007, on PlayStation Store on November 1,...
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - October 31, 2002
What's a portable system without a hockey game where you can set yourself on fire? Nothing that's what ... or so that's what we?'e been told. Because everyone loves fire and everyone loves hockey, its no surprise that Midway is bringing NHL Hitz 20-03 to Game Boy Advance this fall. Bringing such classics as the 'On-Fire Mode', over-the-top animations, and fully 3D crowds the game expands and stays true to the time-honored traditions of the series. Like all NHL Hitz games, NHL Hitz 20-03 features gameplay modes for up to 6 players via link cable, in-game fights and hidden teams, players and...
Nokia N-Gage - Released - January 21, 2005
SSX Out of Bounds is the first handheld game in the series. Fully 3D, this snowboarding game allows you to race against computer-controlled opponents as well as locally against three other players, all requiring an N-Gage and this game. The game allows you to choose from ten different characters, each with their own strengths and weaknesses. It also features a Shadow Racing mode that allows you to race against the best times of another player, downloaded from the N-Gage Arena, though no direct multiplayer can be played online. The N-Gage arena will also supply you with trick tips. In...
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - June 1, 2001
Take your team to the dizzy heights of the 2002 club and international football season with Steven Gerrard's Total Soccer 2002. Test your ball control: tackle, head, dribble, pass and score with amazing realism. Compete in all major European league competitions with real players, including the English League, Italian League, French League, Spanish League, German League, Dutch League, and 38 national teams. Play in European Club, Club World Cup, World Cup, or customize your own league, cup, or friendly matches. Also features a two-player mode that lets you challenge your friends via the Game...
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - August 26, 2008
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 09 is a simulation of the golf sport. In comparison to the 08 version the game is missing several playing modes, including the online multiplayer. Left are the usual PGA Tour career mode and the EA Sports Cup. The latter consists of short courses with three holes. With successful tournaments and accomplishments the player receives experience and skill points which are used to improve the character's abilities. The player can choose between two click and the True Swing controls: in the former the player needs to click two respectively three times in the right timing to...
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - May 16, 2001
Total Soccer Manager is a Sports game, developed by Exient Entertainment and published by Ubisoft, which was released in Europe in 2001.
Nokia N-Gage - Released - July 11, 2005
WWE Aftershock is a wrestling game featuring real fighters and arenas licensed from World Wrestling Entertainment. One of the major differences from the previous handheld adaptations is that it is done in 3D. There are ten superstars in total such as Chris Jericho, John Cena or Booker T, plus two could be unlocked using the N-Gage Arena online service. This feature is now no longer available as Nokia has abandoned the platform. The action takes place in and out of the ring and the goal is to force your opponent to submit, usually by beating them to a pulp before that. There are a multitude...