Like a sneaky left hook—a punch that famed trainer Teddy Atlas say you never see coming—EA quietly released the iPhone version of Fight Night Champion recently ($4.99). If you've got an iPhone or an iPod Touch, and you're even remotely interested in boxing, you're going to want to check out this game. Here's why... More »
The Nintendo 3DS is due in stores this coming Sunday, March 27th. (Or, Saturday, March 26th, if you happen to attend one of the many midnight-launch events that are happening.) But one of the perks of being the Sports Gamer is that you sometimes get your hands on stuff a week or two before the rest of the world does.
The Clippers' rising star Blake Griffin easily won the 26th dunk contest this year during the NBA's All-Star Star Saturday last month in Los Angeles. In case you missed it, Griffin actually leapt over the hood of a parked car while a nearby choir sang a rendition of "I Believe I Can Fly."
Seems Griffin really can fly.
Unfortunately, the rest of us can't fly--not yet, anyway, until science perfects jet boots. But if you can dream, and if you have access to the 'Net, then you can fly, too--sort of. Keep reading to find out how.
Picked up a copy of MLB '11: The Show for the PlayStation 3? It's a fantastic game, as I explained in detail in this month's issue of SI Kids. The gameplay is incredible, the graphics look photo-realistic and every stadium is rendered down to the last crushed peanut shell. But what you might not know is that the game also has three not-so-obvious, incredibly cool add-ons that make this one of the most unique baseball games yet. Keep reading to find out what they are!