Hawk-Eye is coming to the beautiful game. Along with GoalRef, it’ll help the man in black make the right shout come crunch time.
So how will it work? Will it mean no more wrong decisions, or just hold up the action?
Last week’s E3 expo in LA was a bit of a wash-out, with little in the way of new hardware or exciting new game franchises. But it’s still the source of countless fascinating interviews with top gaming execs – and the latest hints at the tantalising possibility of the popular FIFA series going free to play in Europe.
We knew the World Cup was going to be filmed in 3D by Sony for eager footie fans around the world, but now we’ve got the exact details on how things are going down in the UK. The bad news: we won’t be getting any guaranteed England World Cup games in 3D. The good news: you will be able to watch matches in 3D live at cinemas up and down the country, so there’s no need to fork out for a new fangled telly just yet.
We’re almost halfway through the week now, and to help you reach tipping point, we’ve got a round up of all the latest gadget news for you, piping hot and straight out of the oven. Read on for all the headlines in techie breakie!
FIFA 10 has just been unveiled, and while we’ve had a quick kick around on the beautiful game already, we wanted to know more about what’s going on behind the scenes and inside the game engine that makes EA’s effort this season worth the upgrade. We sat down with the producer of FIFA 10, David Rutter, to find out what features made the team, and what flaws from FIFA 09 have been sent for an early shower this time.
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