Wednesday, September 24, 2014

FIFA 15 Demo Hit 5.5 Million Downloads Breaks EA Sports Record

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EA Sports (Electronic Arts) a company that produces and develops sports video games said that FIFA 15 Demo downloads reached a milestone yesterday September 23 when it hit 5.5 million downloads as full version is released in North America. The 5.5 million users constitute the users who played the demo game on platforms which includes PC, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation 4. You can still The download the FIFA 15 demo as of press time, which means that it will still increase.

EA Sports executive David Rutter said, "We believe we have built a game in FIFA 15 that delivers the most immersive and responsive gameplay experience ever in the FIFA franchise, and we can't wait for the millions of fans to start their season and experience all of the innovations."

Versions of FIFA 15 for Wii, 3DS, and PlayStation Vita are now in development and will be released in the near future. You can also download the free game on your iOS, Windows, and Android devices.

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Jerome Boateng Stuns Manchester City

An unbelievable strike by Jerome Boateng with time winding down gave Bayern Munich a surprise 1-0 victory over Manchester City in their opening Champions League game of the season on Wednesday September 17, 2014.

Boateng strike the ball into the net with the game under a minute, even if strike appeared to have been deflected but it still went in.

Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart had an excellent performance despite the loss, he saved strikes from Thomas Mueller, David Alaba, Goetze and Boateng, though he couldn't save the last goal from Boateng.