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Losing at video games isn't the end of the world.
Michael Vick wants the Philadelphia Eagles to sign Plaxico Burress.
Hey Cleveland, get ready for another excuse for why you never win anything: Browns running back Peyton Hillis is the face of Madden NFL 12.
Electronic Arts's bracket, designed to select a cover athlete for the next Madden game, has finally reached its championship round.
Instead of picking a cover athlete for their 24th edition of the Madden NFL video game series, the powers that be at Electronic Arts have passed the decision onto the fans, in the form of a 32-athlete bracket.
A class action lawsuit of more than 6,000 former NFL players has been filed against EA Sports, as the athletes claim that the video game company used their likenesses to profit without offering any financial compensation.
Video game outlets across America are ready for the annual barrage of video-gaming football fans and football video-gaming fans, as the newest installment of Electronic Arts' Madden NFL franchise becomes available in stores midnight tonight.
Larry Fitzgerald and Troy Polamalu will share the cover of the next Madden game, Madden NFL 10, which of course will be released this summer.
Guys that regularly play Madden are better football fans than those that simply watch the game on TV.
The semi-ironic thing about this was that it was found on FOXSports.
It's now been over a week since the Madden '09 release party, and it certainly took "Glitch in the System" long enough to get their video made.
Well, today's the big day: a new video game is available in stores, and it's a big deal because it simulates NFL games.
I'm not the dedicated video game nerd around here -- that honor belongs to Mr. Ape -- but from what I understand, there's a football game based on the NFL that many people enjoy playing.
Shutdown Corner has a few minutes of gameplay footage from the upcoming Madden '09 that is set, of course, to one of the tracks from "The Power and the Glory".
As a follow-up to yesterday's Madden rookie screenshotpalooza, here's the Madden '09 ad featuring Brett Favre through the twenty years of Madden Football's existence.