The PLL made some news this week, releasing the beta version of PLL Top Shelf, the PLL’s first ever mobile game. Thanks to Mike Rabil, we have known for a few weeks now that a mobile game would be coming soon, but the beta version was just finally released on the app store. PLL Top […]
Obviously when you’re not at practice, school, hitting the wall or at games, you’re hooked on Fortnite. Look, we get it. However, you ought to know the only lacrosse video game on the market hit the shelves today! Casey Powell Lacrosse 18 gives you, the fans, the lovers of the sport, an opportunity to prove […]
Epoch Lacrosse is proud to be the sponsor of Casey Powell Lacrosse 16. The new game is now available for download.
Crosse Studios is back with another lacrosse video game! This time it’s Lacrosse Arcade 2014, a mobile game available both in the Google Play store for Android devices and the iTunes store for iOS devices. I’ve been playing the game the last few weeks on both iPhone and iPad, and now I’m giving you a look into the newest lacrosse video game.
Welcome to another mobile game review! Over the Summer we took a look at Brine Hotshot, and today we have a similar game: Flick Lacrosse LITE from Crosse Studios. In this game, there is only one level, no extra gear, and no in-game leader boards…but in the end it turns out to be the the more fun game when you just pick up and play. How is that possible you ask? Read on to find out!
Crosse Studios, in-conjunction with game developer, Big Ant, announced Lacrosse 14 for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and the PC. Lacrosse 14 will be funded through a month long “all-or-nothing” Kickstarter Campaign. We got in contact with Carlo Sunseri, of Crosse Studios, to get some more info on this project.
We’ve got all sorts of goodies in this week’s Sunday Lacrosse Drop – lacrosse greats, video games, and even a little “Christmas” fun.
Details on the new College Lacrosse 2011 video game for Xbox LIVE, plus plenty of lax links to check out while you’re drinking your morning cup of joe.
Editor’s note: The following post was written by Nate Tuman of the University of Oregon. When not busy playing LSM for the Ducks, Nate can be found masterminding plans for a lacrosse video game.
My whole life I have loved video games – sports games in particular. Nothing is more frustrating to me than the lack of a lacrosse game on the market.
We all play video games for baseball, soccer, football, golf, skateboarding etc… The list goes on and on. Companies like EA Games and 2k Sports invest a majority of their time creating the biggest and best sports games every single year. Now that lacrosse is on the rise, will we see an NCAA or MLL ’10 franchise? Or much less, a new lacrosse game at all?