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Activision confirms Skylanders 5, Call of Duty 2015, "unannounced initiatives" during quarterly presentation
The Games of May 2015
Shigeru Miyamoto confirms that Pikmin 4 is in development
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Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 5 officially coming to PS4, Xbox One this year
Dragon Age: Inquisition’s Dragonslayer multiplayer expansion is out today; Jaws of Hakkon add-on available to all on May 26
Madden NFL 25 Cover Vote begins with Jerry Rice vs. Chris Carter
The Madden NFL 25 Cover Vote officially begins next Monday (March 11), but EA Sports and ESPN’s SportsNation launched the vote-by-Twitter play-in round today. The first matchup is Hall of Fame wide receiver Jerry Rice versus newly-minted Hall of Fame wide receiver Chris Carter. You can make your selection by tweeting a message of support to Rice (with the hashtag #Madden25Rice) or Carter (with the hashtag #Madden25Carter) now:
— EA SPORTS Madden NFL (@EAMaddenNFL) March 4, 2013
This year’s Madden Cover Vote will include 32 current players versus 32 all-time greats with one of each facing off in the final round. While no one’s seen the final bracket yet, I have to ask, how was Jerry Rice not an automatic pick? The man wasn’t just a great wide receiver, he was the greatest wide receiver.
Of course, Carter is an ESPN analyst (and one of Chris Berman’s favorite players), so I suppose that explains Carter’s challenge of Mr. 80.