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Tiny Titan is the best of all the Madden 15 glitches

Madden 15 is loaded with hilarious glitches that we have never seen before from the most famous NFL video game in history, but Tiny Titan tops them all. We were introduced to the little phenom, who can’t be more than a foot tall, over the weekend as his best and worst plays went viral.

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The player who was somehow shrunken down is former Iowa linebacker Christian Kirksey, who is currently on the Cleveland Browns roster. While tiny Kirksey has the ability to break up passes by grabbing and nipping at ankles, he seems to struggle a bit on kick returns.

Tiny Titan is not, however, afraid to jump on a loose ball and risk being squashed like a bug.

How does he high-five his teammates, you ask? Mini Kirksey finds a way.

Can this really be considered a glitch or is it just a hilarious joke from the creators of the latest Madden installment? It has to be the latter.

H/T SB Nation
Photo via @Chitown_bears

Madden 15 full of glitches – here are the best (Video)

Madden 15 seems like a pretty awesome video game but, like many new releases, it has its share of glitches.

Madden 15 glitchOur friend Samuel Lam at Yahoo! Sports was playing the game with his beloved 49ers and came across the glitch seen above. Defensive back gets pancaked by a block, then suddenly pops up like he’s been surged by some defibrillators, and he spins around like he’s being controlled by a puppet on strings.

That was something. Still, nothing compares to this glitch, which is like the best of all time.

That was the best glitch we’ve seen. Many other players have encountered glitches in the game that are usually similar and involve a weird fall or gravity-defying move. Check them all out below:

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Eli Manning’s ‘Manning Face’ appears in Madden 15

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It’s truly incredible how realistic video games are getting these days.

Madden 15 dropped on Tuesday and EA Sports’ Madden Twitter account has been retweeting some of the awesome finds by game players. One of the best finds has to be Eli Manning making the infamous “Manning Face” in the game.

How awesome is that? I mean that is the exact face Eli makes when he gets crossed up with a receiver and throws his third pick of the game.

How did they nail that? Did they dress Eli up in one of those body suits and record every one of his facial movements? That was incredible.

Another cool realistic aspect of the game — players being checked for concussions on the sidelines:

Despite all the great advancements, a few glitches have been discovered …

That dude went flying like it was Spike going up against one of the “Little Giants.” I’m guessing that wasn’t supposed to be in the game.

H/T Barstool Sports

Bruce Lee will be a character in ‘EA Sports UFC’ video game

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Have you ever wanted to know what it would be like to be Bruce Lee? The legendary actor and director is considered one of the most influential martial artists of all time. Thanks to EA Sports’ new UFC game, you will now be able to kick ass as Bruce Lee.

As Bloody Elbow pointed out, EA Sports was teasing a “mystery character” for “EA Sports UFC” all last week. On Sunday, the gaming juggernaut officially announced that users will be able to unlock Lee and fight with him in any of four weight divisions from 125 pounds to 155 pounds.

“You have the premier organization in the fastest growing sport in the world, the UFC; and the most iconic martial artist in the history of the world, Bruce Lee – a martial artist renowned for his philosophies that laid the groundwork for modern mixed martial arts,” Brian Hayes, the creative director of the game, explained about the decision to include Lee. “I can’t conceive of a universe where bringing these two things together doesn’t make sense.”

Lee can be unlocked either by pre-ordering the game before its release or completing “career mode” at pro difficulty or higher. And if you lose while fighting as him, you’ll be banned from the game for a month. Just kidding, but that probably should be a rule.

Screenshot via EA Sports

Madden has Broncos winning Super Bowl 31-28 in overtime (Video)

Peyton Manning celebrationEA Sports’ popular John Madden video game is touting itself as a great Super Bowl predictor. They boast that they have correctly predicted 9 of the last 11 big games, so naturally people were curious to see how they predict Super Bowl XLVIII will play out.

EA released video of their prediction on Monday, and the video is pretty awesome … if you’re a Broncos fan. Yes, Madden has Denver winning 31-28 in overtime. They also have Richard Sherman delivering a pick six on Peyton Manning. Can you imagine that happening? Madden has the Seahawks scoring twice to come back and making a 2-point conversion to tie the game and send it to OT, which would obviously be thrilling.

I have the Seahawks winning the game and I think it will be lower scoring, but this prediction was fun to watch.

Usain Bolt is a character in Temple Run 2

Fans of the Temple Run video game will be happy to know that there is a cool new character in Temple Run 2 available for a limited time.

Sprinter Usain Bolt, a six-time Olympic gold medalist who has established himself as the fastest person in the world, has been added to the game as a playable character. Players can download Bolt as a character in the Android/Apple game for 99 cents.

According to the LA Times, this is the first time game developer Imangi Studios added a character based on someone in real life. Bolt appears in his Jamaican sprinting outfit, and his character has a special power that allows him to collect coins while running in boost mode.

“It’s an honor to be a part of such an established game,” Bolt said in an email to The Times. “Many of my fans have told me that I should be a playable character in Temple Run, so when this opportunity was put before me, I had to say YES!”

Bolt told Pocket Gamer that he has been playing Temple Run since it came out in 2011 and really enjoys the game.

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Mike Tyson says he couldn’t even beat Glass Joe in ‘Punch-Out’

Mike-TysonAny kid who grew up in the 1980s or ’90s and played video games has probably spiked their controller once or twice while trying to defeat Mike Tyson in “Mike Tyson’s Punch-Out!!” It was no easy task, and beating guys like Glass Joe certainly didn’t prepare you for the challenge.

Tyson himself even struggled to beat his own character in the legendary game series. In fact, the former heavyweight champion says he straight up stunk at the game.

“I couldn’t even beat Glass f—ing Joe, you know what I mean?” Tyson told TMZ earlier this week. “I didn’t even play the game. I’m a late bloomer. I started playing games in 2006 and 2007. Tour of Duty — I play the zombies, I like the zombies.”

I’m pretty sure Mike means he likes to play “Call of Duty,” which includes a feature where you can shoot zombies. Either way, it’s not really surprising that he never got into “Punch-Out.” Tyson’s game was released when he was at the peak of his fighting career, and at that point all he was focused on was destroying everything in his path. The Tyson we have grown to love now that pulls April Fool’s pranks on people is a totally different creature.

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