Football fans and RTS fans, unite! Microsoft have announced that EA Sports’ football game for the South African World Cup now has a demo available for download, along with a demo for the already-released Supreme Commander 2. Either of these tickle your fancy?
Content: EA SPORTS 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa Demo
Availability: All Xbox LIVE regions
Dash Text: EA SPORTSâ„˘ celebrates the single largest sporting event on the planet with the only official and exclusively licensed videogame for the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africaâ„˘. Experience all the emotion and passion of the worldâ€™s fiercest national rivalries as you live the dream of competing against friends from around the world for the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africaâ„˘. Take on the challenge of leading your home nation from qualification right through to a virtual re-creation of the final with all the pageantry, drama and excitement of the official tournament.
Content: Supreme Commander 2 Demo
Availability: Not available in Asia
Dash Text: This is Colonel Rodgers of the United Earth Federation. I need you to come in and clean up the mess left by those Cybran Chipheads and Illuminate fanatics! I’m ordering you to download the playable demo of SUPREME COMMANDER 2 and experience the award-winning real-time strategy game yourself. Fight the enemy on air, land, and sea, in spectacular environments on different planets. SUPREME COMMANDER 2 has everything you demand in an RTS: over-the-top experimental units, in-depth strategy, fast action, 4-player multiplayer, revolutionary controls, and more. There is only one true real-time strategy game, soldier, and that game is SUPREME COMMANDER 2. Download it today. Colonel Rodgers out.
The FIFA demo pits Italy and Spain against one another and has a new, optional, two-button control scheme to make the game more accessible for new comers. Presumably this applies for our American friends who may get a touch of the “soccer” fever come June.
Which demos have you downloaded? Let us know below.