No need for April showers to dampen your team bonding. Head inside and take on teammates in EA's latest games.
2010 FIFA World Cup
Release Date: April 27
Available for: Xbox 360, PS3, PSP, Wii
The 2010 FIFA World Cup, the most anticipated and exciting tournament on the planet, is just weeks away, and EA Sports has created the only official licensed video game for the event, which will be held in South Africa. Between the latest game play improvements and new attention to detail, FIFA 10 gamers will feel like they are actually playing in all 10 World Cup stadiums, with fans cheering for their national teams, singing songs and listening to their national anthems.
STACK's Favorite Feature Online play has never been this intense. With 199 national teams to choose from, gamers can pick their favorite team and battle against fans from rival countries, fighting through every group stage and knockout rounds for a chance to hoist the coveted Cup. For fans of nations that failed to qualify for South Africa, [sorry, Irish] this is their chance to replay and rewrite the record books.
Release Date: May 2010
Available for: Xbox 360, PS3
The latest edition of EA's skateboarding game is all about one thing: building the best crew. Gamers team up together and find out who can kill it on a skateboard—and who can't. With enhanced graphics and design, Skate 3 delivers all the style and look offered by the real action sports community— right to your game console.
STACK's Favorite Feature Skateboarding becomes the ultimate team sport with Skate 3's new co-op mode, in which teammates must complete challenges together to help advance each other's careers. No longer is skateboarding a single-person sport. A gamer's entire crew must work in unison to beat rival crews and leave its mark on the brand new park level, Port Carverton.
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