Posts Tagged ‘electronic arts’
Respawn's upcoming mecha title has been given a release date of March 11. It will launch for Xbox 360, Xbox One, and Windows.
Andrew Wilson was announced as Electronic Arts‘ new CEO yesterday. He replaces John Riccitiello, who resigned in March.
In wake of the NCAA’s recent decision to end relations with EA, Jeff and I talk about what’s next for the gaming franchise.
At long last Electronic Arts (EA) have decided to respond to the millions of fans around the world who’ve been crying out for one game, and one game only. That game is Mirrors Edge; or more precisely a sequel to Mirrors Edge. EA for the last five years has dodged questions about a sequel to […]
SimCity‘s disastrous launch is the latest in a long line of problems with games that have “always online” anti-piracy measures, and it’s time for gamers to say “enough is enough.”
Electronic Arts have decided to pull the Medal of Honor franchise out of its game development rotation due to the poor reception of Medal of Honor: Warfighter.
More Battlefield 3 is on the way, and that’s a very good thing.
Mass Effect fans rejoice! BioWare and Treehouse Brand Stores have just released the Mass Effect Mordin Solus bust for pre-order in the BioWare store.
Black Ops 2 released last night, ending a long wait for many gamers. However, it looks like many PC gamers never made it past the game install.
Electronic Arts has released a new trailer showing off some of the new multiplayer modes and features that will be available in Need for Speed: Most Wanted. Criterion Games are the developers for Need for Speed: Most Wanted and their take on what a Need for Speed game should look like has clearly shown through, while encompassing their own unique flair to the […]
You heard that right folks! One of EA‘s hit games, Battlefield: Bad Company is headed to Fox in an hour long action comedy for our viewing pleasure.
Even though the iPhone has no problem reaching out to the casual gamer audience, some people still aren’t satisfied with the device or the lack of “real” games. While we would certainly invite you to extrapolate on what you feel constitutes a “real” game, if what you mean is that there aren’t any console-quality games, well, we have […]