NBA Live coming to an iPhone and iPod Touch near you


Make way for Superman!

With the NBA season just two weeks away, you were probably wondering just who was going to step up to the plate and bring some much needed hardwood action to the iDevice. If so, you should be pysched to hear that EA Mobile will be releasing their fabled NBA Live series on the iPhone/iPod Touch.

NOTHING BUT NET. NBA LIVE by EA SPORTST™ delivers the most realistic 5-on-5 action available for iPhone® and iPod touch®!  Tip-off anytime, anywhere, and watch your game come to life in vivid 3D. Even replay your most awesome plays. It’s fun and intuitive enough for the casual gamer, but also delivers the authenticity to meet the demands of the most hardcore basketball fans.

Having recently released Madden NFL 10 and FIFA 10 to the delight of sports gaming fans, EA look to score once again with the iPhone’s first fully featured 5-on-5 basketball title. While Franchise mode seems to be missing, you’ll still be able to play with all 30 teams and real players to boot. That’s right, you won’t be seeing the likes of Kubei Branyon or Lebon Jimenez anytime soon. For all basketball junkies (including myself), be sure to keep an eye out for its release later this month. More screenshots and details after the break.

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Adrenaline Golf Online in Review – The Fast and the Accurate


Minigolf… This one word sure brings fond memories. We used to go there every weekend when I was in high school. We even used to sneak in after dark with our own clubs and golf balls to play for free. Since then, this delightful game always had a special place in my heart. That being said, I was really excited when I got my hands on Adrenaline Golf Online, one of the few mini-games ever to successfully deliver the same wacky golf experience.

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Gameloft’s Derek Jeter Real Baseball set to make contact for the iPhone

DerekJeterRealBaseball_Screenshot (1)RPGs? Check. Action titles? Check. Sports Games? Double check. Gameloft, one of the leading game publishers at the App Store, already have a handful of sports apps covered on the iDevice: Real Tennis, NFL 2010 and Real Soccer 2010 to name only a few. Now you can also add baseball to their resume. Bearing the name of Yankees star shortstop Derek Jeter, Gameloft hope to clean up the competition with Real Baseball’s solid 3D graphics and realistic gameplay elements. While specific details are scant at the moment, we’ve been provided with some screenshots and gameplay trailer for your eyes to feast on.

The other good news? Gameloft are also holding a contest that involves you, a baseball and a video cam for a chance at one of 10 prizes, including 3 iPod Touches just waiting to be won. Sweet.  More after the jump.

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Real Soccer 2010 – new boots for a new year


Football fans have one more reason to rejoice now that the closely-knit Korean family are united as qualifiers for the first time ever in the world’s biggest sporting event, the FIFA World Cup. The other reason? Gameloft’s Real Soccer 2010 is out at the App Store and so far has sustained a fan-lined introduction.

For full details, follow the jump, or visit our Press Release.

You can grab it below:

Gameloft, Real Soccer 2010, 6.99$, 114 MB
Real Soccer 2010
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Bluetooth Wireless Tennis With Agnieszka Radwanska in Review – Not Just A Clever Name


When it comes to sports games, tennis is right up my alley. It’s one of those games that seems to just work extremely well regardless of the platform. I’ve been on the look out for one that would be a worthy candidate for my iDevice and was pleased when I saw Bluetooth Wireless Tennis With Agnieszka Radwanska.

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Real Soccer 2010 looks to score once again at the App Store


When it comes to iDevice gaming, Gameloft has been on an absolute tear of late. They have recently added the hot selling Gangstar, Modern Combat: Sandstorm and Blades of Fury titles to their already impressive App Store resume and even more highly anticipated games are on the horizon. Next in line is Real Soccer 2010, the follow up to their best selling soccer (or as the rest of the world like to call it, football) game for the iPhone/iPod Touch.

Real Soccer – the #1 soccer game on the App Store – is back for the most exciting season yet! Lead your favourite club to victory and bring glory to yournational colours as you play for the cup! The 2009 edition was acclaimed by all the press and players. With its new graphics, controls, game modes and online features, the 2010 opus is raising the stakes even higher.

With even more teams/game modes to choose from, new and improved controls and a much welcomed online real time multiplayer mode (via Wi-Fi), Real Soccer 2010 looks poised to continue its run as THE soccer champ on the iPlatform. If the gameplay trailer is of any indication, it looks like fans of Real Soccer 2009 will have plenty to be excited about when RS2010 makes its way to the App Store before the end of the month. Be sure to check out more details including screenshots and video after the break.

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MyFantasyTeams Professional Edition in Review – Fantasy Sports Lovers Rejoice!

myfantasyteams-pro1MyFantasyTeams will definitely not please the WAFS, aka Women Against Fantasy Sports, but it will sure look like candy in the eyes of fantasy sports lovers. For those with a Yahoo! fantasy sports team, you’re in luck. Now you can track your beloved team(s) on your iPhone and iPod Touch wherever you are throughout the season, whether it be in baseball, football, basketball or practically any other professional sport.

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Baseball Slugger: Home Run Race 3D in Review – Hit Like Albert Pujols In No Time


Baseball Slugger Home Run Race 3D is the only place where hitting 50 consecutive home runs will not lead to suspicions of performance enhancing drugs. But what it does lead to is a finely crafted game by developer Com2uS Corp. Whether or not you are a baseball fan really does not matter. This game can be enjoyed by anyone willing to pick it up and start playing. Once you do, you’ll find simple controls to master and online play that’ll have you fighting to grab bragging rights over other players, both friend and stranger alike.

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Mini Golf Wacky Worlds in Review – Mini-Putt That’s Mega Fun


I have been a fan of Glu Mobile for quite some time. The globally known development group have been publishing games for various mobile platforms for over 8 years and have consistently delivered some of the most well known console and PC games to various mobile devices. Lucky for me, the opportunity to review a Glu game and polish up on my mini golf came along at the right time.

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Touch KO in Review – Fight Night on your iPhone?


Boxing is sport I can get into. The rules are straightforward. The objective, punch harder and better than the other guy. Console games have progressed through the years to become almost as exciting as the real thing, so the prospect of being able to box on my iPhone was very appealing. Chillingo, an extremely popular game publisher for your iDevices has recently launched Touch KO. A 3D boxing game that they hope will knock out the competition.

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