At this point, saying that Star Wars™ Battlefront™ II has had a rocky launch would be a gross understatement. EA seems to be attempting to address at least some of the issues though, with today’s patch announcement of some significant economic changes in preparation for the launch of Star Wars™ Battlefront™ II The Last Jedi Season.
The beautiful game is back and better than ever in EA Canada’s latest iteration of the best-selling sports franchise in the world, FIFA 18. While not a lot has changed since last year’s game, there are certainly some quality of life improvements that are of note.
Respawn and EA have officially released the Titanfall 2 Ultimate Edition for digital download on Playstation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Titanfall 2 was quite the surprise when it was released last year, coming out between the two FPS juggernauts Battlefield of Call of Duty. This definitely hindered it’s success financially, but it was the critical praise that gave the game it’s fan base. I f...[Read More]
If you’re like me you enjoy seeing lots of games, as you remember during EA show the game Anthem was announced, but as for what it looked like and more…. We had to wait for the Xbox Conf., but EA made sure that we were pleased with what we saw. EA gave the world its first look at Anthem, the brand-new IP being created by BioWare. Yes, a game by Bioware!!! Who else would do justice when...[Read More]
Do you love the Star Wars franchise? Did you love the original Star Wars Battlefront games? Did the 2015 Battlefront not quite fill that hole you were hoping it would? Well EA seems to have a game for you. Saturday at EA Play 2017, we got our first look at some Star Wars Battlefront II gameplay, and it did not disappoint. Not only is there a story mode which wasn’t shown, but the multiplayer...[Read More]
No EA Play conference would be complete without the latest addition of FIFA being talked about. Later this year, FIFA 18 releases with the man himself, Ronaldo, gracing the cover. Some of the key new feature include new animations and controls, real player motion technology, the addition of new team styles, and immersive atmospheres guaranteed to give the best FIFA experience to date. While some o...[Read More]
Have you been enjoying the intense battles of WWI since the release of Battlefield 1 this past October? If so, get ready to take the war to a completely different front, the Eastern Front. Today during publishing giant EA’s EA Play, In the Name of the Tsar was announced as the “most extensive expansion pack in the history of the franchise.” Along with six new maps to battle it ou...[Read More]
Watching EA Play as the first E3 live event, I noticed something interesting. For a few years now, many major game development studios have received criticism on their lack of female representation. This includes EA themselves, as many were critical of Battlefield 1‘s lack thereof. Conversely, there were plenty of female leads and characters in the games being shown and even on stage.
While there was a lot of predictability to the EA event, there were a few genuine surprises. One of which is a project by the same mind behind Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons, Josef Fares. A Way Out looks to take the co-operative mechanics learned from his prior project and adapted to a much larger experience. A Way Out actually can only be played with two players, either through split-screen or via ...[Read More]
Ghost Games and EA have officially released screenshots and a trailer of their next entry into the Need for Speed franchise. The new game will be titled Need For Speed Payback and will be coming to retailers on November 10th.
Just about anyone who played the authentically styled Battlefront will admit there wasn’t much to the game other than its visuals. After taking in that feedback, EA seems to be shifting to a release that fans wanted in the first place, especially with a new single player campaign. Straight from EA, we now have some concrete details, plus the release date, of Star Wars Battlefront 2.
In the two weeks since Mass Effect Andromeda launched officially to the world, the reception has been less than ideal for developer Bioware. Sitting at a 71 on Metacritic, it is by no means a bad game, but many claim it does not come close to the grandeur and legend that has become the original trilogy. The bright side of all of this? Bioware and EA have the means and resources to hopefully fix so...[Read More]