Posts Tagged ‘ea’
The Sims 4 releases their 'Smarter and Weirder' Trailer showing more of the diverse personalities that will be featured in the game.
Doug Creutz of Cowen Research has predicted that Battlefield Hardline won’t sell well or near what Battlefield 3 and 4 have sold in the past.
PC fans who have been heavily excited since the E3 2014 unveiling of Battlefield: Hardline–a Visceral Games and Electronic Arts collaborative project that expands on the hit series–will find themselves shouting for joy as EA has opened up the beta version of the game to download today. The beta is currently hosted on EA’s official […]
If there was one game we wanted to see at EA’s E3 2014 press conference, it was Mirror’s Edge 2. We saw it. They showed off a video based around Mirror’s Edge 2 ‘s development, demonstrating some various concept footage from the game. We also get to see various different character models of main protagonist, Faith. The video is less of a […]
What would EA’s E3 2014 conference be without their top dog sports franchise taking a stage and wowing Football fans? Three days ago, EA showed off the official E3 trailer for Madden 15. Today’s EA E3 conference, however went a little deeper as EA Sports General Manager of American Football Cam Webber came on stage […]
Battlefield Hardline Closed Beta codes are being given away at E3 2014 to Sony conference attendees. The beta is only available to PS4 and PC users at this time.
New Gameplay of EA's UFC at E3 2014 shows bout between Bruce Lee and B.J. Penn; featuring player strengths and new moves.
E3 2014 is finally here, Fanatics. Are you ready for video game Christmas?
Smart TVs have been a thing for a while now, though they’ve been somewhat slow at catching on within the gaming crowd. The winds may be shifting though, as EA and Comcast are close to signing a deal that would allow EA published games to be available on Comcast’s X1 television OS.
Due to GameSpy’s matchmaking services going down on May 31, Crysis and Crysis 2 are going to be single-player if you’re playing on PC. Should own the Xbox 360 or PS3 versions, you have nothing to worry about.
Amy Hennig, one of gaming’s most distinguished writers and Creative Director of Naughty Dog’s Uncharted trilogy, has jumped to EA’s Visceral Games to work on a new Star Wars project.
Despite what the vocal majority said, I enjoyed SimCity enough that I put over 200 hours into the game after its release. That being said, I was not blind to its issues, most notably those involving connecting to the game’s servers.