EA Announces All-Play Line Of Games For Wii

Posted: Jun 27 2008, 7:02am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 9:05am CDT, in News | Gaming

 
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EA has announced a new line of video games for the Nintendo Wii called the All-Play line. Games from the series will start shipping this summer and are designed for social play and feature what EA calls unique controls.

One of the hallmarks of the games is play that’s interesting for gamers of all skill levels. The first game in the series to ship will be NCAA Football 09 All-Play. EA says that this game is quick and easy to jump into for players and the games create a level playing field for advanced and beginner gamers to make the action more fun. Other All-Play titles coming for the Wii include Tiger Woods PGA Tour 09 All-Play, NBA Live 09 All-Play, and FIFA Soccer 09 All-Play.

"The Wii platform and the Wii consumer are looking for a very unique sports experience," said Peter Moore, president of EA SPORTS. "We're excited to take five of our most popular franchises and develop them from the ground up exclusively for the Wii, with unique controls, unique presentation, unique modes and even unique packaging. Whether you're an EA SPORTS veteran or a rookie gamer, EA SPORTS All-Play levels the playing field and delivers a fresh new gaming experience."

Via EA

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