There are smart people at EA's. Proposing players and journalists alike to try a game for 6 hours almost a week before its release was bound to get them some welcome pocket money. See us for example, we've never managed to have any of their games prior to release, so we had no other choice but to put our money down. The silver lining is that you can enjoy this first video of FIFA 15 tonight, free of charge. However, because timing is always perfect when it comes to Gamersyde's technical issues, we're having problems with one of our capture cards again. For that reason, it's hard to tell if we'll be able to post a lot more Fifa gameplay footage in the days to come. Update 2: One more video added. "Superb" first goal!
@Moonwalker: Well, Zack isn't the director, so that explains alot. (23 minutes ago)
@GriftGFX: Agreed. The algorythm they use is too extreme and needs human interaction. But Youtubers can dispute a decission if they want. (24 minutes ago)
To be honest at first I thought it would be shit but that trailer did look surprisingly decent for sure. (42 minutes ago)
So eh....Wonder Woman is actually good? [url] (43 minutes ago)
At least that's my understanding of that exodus. (59 minutes ago)
their own standards and oversight. A lot of disruptive tech needs more human input. (1 Hour ago)
@droezelke: Advertisers actually don't want to be responsible for that oversight. They want Google to do it. And ultimately that's why they're avoiding "adult" subjects. Because Google doesn't apply (1 Hour ago)