Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes is the cover athlete for "Madden NFL 20." (Electronic Arts) Superstar player such as Khalil Mack have X-Factor abilities that give them an edge over average players. (Electronic Arts) Sound The gallery will resume inseconds The Los Angeles Chargers have five superstars and four of those players with X-Factor abilities in "Madden NFL 20." (Electronic Arts) Los Angeles Chargers defensive end has X-Factor abilities in "Madden NFL 20." (Electronic Arts) "Madden NFL 20" features team-specific playbooks. (Electronic Arts) "Madden NFL 20" isn't a revolutionary entry for the series but more of an evolutionary one that refines certain aspects of the game. (Electronic Arts) Show Caption of Expand By Gieson Cacho | [email protected] | Bay Area News Group PUBLISHED: August 2, 2019 at 6:42 pm | UPDATED: August 4, 2019 at 4:55 am The quality of the “Madden NFL” franchise ebbs and flows. The … [Read more...] about Review: ‘Madden NFL 20’ goes through the motions
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Golf Channel was in need of another Arnold Palmer.Last year, its executives were formulating the most aggressive business venture since Palmer’s contribution to founding the company in 1995.Their GolfPass program would bring subscribers intimately into the world of one chosen player with videos, podcasts and instruction.They needed a player who would be with them for the long haul. A player who was ambitious yet grounded, good-looking and relatable. A player who didn’t offer the slightest whiff of doing anything embarrassing in public or private. They needed a player the world not only recognizes, but admires.There will never be another Palmer, Golf Channel President Mike McCarley reminded himself and his colleagues, but he was convinced about the man who could be his nearest successor:Rory McIlroy.“You think about what this business will look like over the next 25 years, and who would you want to partner with for that time,” McCarley said in an interview last … [Read more...] about Irishman Rory McIlroy fast becoming face of golf in America
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Personal Tech Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Personal Tech | Depressed and Anxious? These Video Games Want to Help Advertisement Supported by ByLaura Parker March 24, 2019 In the coming adventure video game Sea of Solitude, the main character — a young woman named Kay — navigates a partly submerged city as she faces a multitude of red-eyed scaly creatures. None are as terrifying as her own personal demons. As the game progresses, Kay realizes the creatures she is encountering are humans who turned into monsters when they became too lonely. To save herself, she fights to overcome her own loneliness. Kay was modeled after the game’s creative director, Cornelia Geppert of Jo-Mei Games, an independent game studio, who struggled after a 2013 breakup. “I felt like I was trapped in a cage,” Ms. Geppert, 37, said of her … [Read more...] about Depressed and Anxious? These Video Games Want to Help
On April 14, Game Of Thrones returns to HBO for its eighth and final season, promising to wrap up the sprawling fantasy with just another six hours or so of television. But of course, the story doesn’t end there. For one thing, author George R.R. Martin has promised to deliver at least two more novels in his A Song Of Ice And Fire series that started it all. For another, HBO has already begun working on ways to keep itself in swords, sandals, and sexual situations for years to come. Under cloak of darkness and PR spin, it’s been developing several new “successor shows”—Martin dislikes the word “spinoff”—to fill that looming void, and distract you from the fact that Martin still hasn’t finished those damn books. Even better, the first of these is gearing up to shoot this year. We’ve answered all the burning questions you might have below. What’s the new Game of Thrones spinoff called?The series is currently untitled, … [Read more...] about Everything We Know About the Game of Thrones Spinoff
Jason M. Bailey, New York Times Published 7:54 am PST, Thursday, December 27, 2018 LeBron James #23 of the Los Angeles Lakers crouches down in pain on the bench after he was hurt against the Golden State LeBron James #23 of the Los Angeles Lakers crouches down in pain on the bench after he was hurt against the Golden State Photo: Thearon W. Henderson, Getty Images Photo: Thearon W. Henderson, Getty Images Image 1 of / 24 Caption Close Image 1 of 24 LeBron James #23 of the Los Angeles Lakers crouches down in pain on the bench after he was hurt against the Golden State LeBron James #23 of the Los Angeles Lakers crouches down in pain on the bench after he was hurt against the Golden State Photo: … [Read more...] about Athletes Don’t Own Their Tattoos. That’s a Problem for Video Game Developers.