EA Uses E3 to Focus on Madden 15's New and Improved Defensive System

EA Uses E3 to Focus on Madden 15's New and Improved Defensive System

Big sports day for Electronic Arts. In addition to EA Sports UFC and FIFA, arguably the publisher's bread and butter was also on hand at this year's E3 -- Madden NFL 15. It was only last week that we got our first peek at the game in action, but now we have a much better look at the title, due out this fall.

by Luke Caulfield

Madden NFL 15 Cover Vote Final Round

Madden 15's Cover Vote Closes Today, Cam Newton Against Richard Sherman

It all comes down to this. From 16 players when the vote for Madden NFL 15's cover began in May, we're down to the final two: Seattle Seahawks Cornerback Richard Sherman, and Carolina Panthers Quarterback Cam Newton. And if you haven't cast your vote yet, today's your last day to do so.

by Luke Caulfield

Madden 15

Colin Kaepernick Stars In The First Pic For Madden NFL 15

He may not make the cover, but it seems like EA Sports wants to make Colin Kaepernick a star anyway. At least, a bigger one than he is now. The first screenshot for Madden NFL 15 was released today, featuring none other than the San Francisco 49ers quarterback.

by Luke Caulfield

Madden NFL 15 Cover Vote Round 2

Winners for First Round of Madden NFL 15 Cover Vote Revealed, Round 2 Voting Now Live

The first round of voting for the Madden NFL 15 cover vote are over, and with the results in, round two of voting is officially underway. From the initial 16 players, the votes were cast, and only eight now remain. Read on to see which eight you have to pick from for Round Two.

by Luke Caulfield

Madden NFL 15 Cover Vote Round 1

Richard Sherman, Nick Foles, and Colin Kaepernick Leading First Round of Madden NFL 15 Cover Vote

The NFL Draft has long since quieted, but the vote to decide which athlete will grace the cover of Madden NFL 15 is just getting started. The first round of the vote went live when the draft started on May 8, but it'll round comes to a close later tonight, so you better get your votes in now while you still can.

by Luke Caulfield

  
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