Entries in 'fifa' (26)
FIFA creator EA is to support the bowel cancer charity of footballing great Bobby Moore next Friday.
Ubisoft has once again placed three titles in the UK retail Top Ten, as an Assassin’s Creed Unity promotion saw the game rise four spaces.
FIFA 15 has held off competition from The Evil Within and Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel to stay top of the UK charts for another week running.
FIFA 15 has remained the UK's biggest-selling game for a third week running, despite competition from Alien: Isolation.
The preamble before any interview tends to last only a few seconds.
Sales of additional digital content could reach as much as $1bn for EA in the current financial year.
Chelsea midfielder Eden Hazard will join Lionel Messi on the front of FIFA 15.
As EA prepares to launch its Access subscription model, it seems time is up for the EA Sports Season Ticket.
It’s a great time to be a football fan.
Activision’s Amazing Spider-Man 2 has knocked off Titanfall to debut at No.1 in the UKIE GfK Chart-Track All Formats Top 40.
EA’s blockbuster Titanfall held onto the top spot with little effort as not a single new release entered this week’s chart.
January is always a quiet time of the year – this year more so than normal with only a handful of new releases.
The FIFA 14 comeback is complete, as EA's football title is Christmas and New Year No.1.
Electronic Arts says FIFA 2014 on Xbox One and PS4 is the best football game it has ever made.
While Britons patiently wait until tonight's midnight launches for EA Sports' hotly anticipated blockbuster, some Europeans have already got their hands on it.
Sportra, a website dedicated to sports video games, is now live.
Supermarket behemoth Tesco has detailed its promotional plans for the launch of FIFA 14.
Winger Gareth Bale will remain the cover star of FIFA 14, despite his £85.3m transfer from Tottenham to Real Madrid.
You think that women’s football should be a feature of future FIFA titles? Then let EA know.
The very first MCV Gamescom daily magazine is available now.
FIFA fans will be able to try out this year's iteration of the UK's best-selling video games franchise in just a few weeks.
This year's mobile version of FIFA will be free-to-play, EA has announced.
“EA didn’t give a shit about FIFA.”
Publisher EA has predicted a slight dip in annual sales of its key sports IPs thanks to the upcoming transition to next-gen consoles.