Fox plans to make a television series out of EA's Battlefield: Bad Company, Deadline reports.
There is plenty of room in our gaming lives for more Battlefield 3, more Bad Company and many more military first-person shooters from EA, the giant game publisher's number two boss told Kotaku this week.
There was one glaring omission from the list of developers working on games for Sony's powerful new portable, the NGP.
EA's Medal of Honor touted itself as a realistic look at modern warfare. Military experts and soldiers consulted on the game to ensure its accuracy. Those in-game ads, though? EA consulted with itself.
Much as I want to headline this as a "free map download," that would be misleading. Because these aren't playable maps, but they are high resolution overhead shots of the 10 used in Battlefield: Bad Company 2's multiplayer.
The Steam version of EA's Battlefield Bad Company 2 is about to get a new patch, and amidst the little tweaks and fixes is some welcome news: the game's SecuROM DRM software will also be uninstalled.
Two Swiss organizations have examined 19 games (including "Metal Gear Soldier 4") for their compliance with/flouting of International Humanitarian Law (IHL), and while their intent is serious, the way they hold these games to IRL IHL gets a little wacky.
Earlier today, GameStop outed a beta - with a launch date - for Battlefield Bad Company 2 in a preorder deal later taken down. EA confirmed to Blend Games that news is coming this week, but no beta date.
Microsoft's summer system update has brought games on demand to the Xbox 360. Via LIVE, you can now buy titles like retail packaged title Battlefield: Bad Company for the Xbox 360.
Sony today added six more Playstation 3 titles to their Greatest Hits library, dropping the price of the half-dozen to $30 each.
Seems EA's John Riccitiello didn't get the memo that the "Battlefield Announcement Event" in the UK had been snowed out, because during this afternoon's Q309 conference call, he went ahead and announced a new Battlefield game.
EA's hopping on the PlayStation Trophy bandwagon, adding support for Sony's answer to Achievements after the fact in an upcoming Battlefield: Bad Company update. The game joins PSN release NovaStrike as the latest to pledge Trophy support, making it borderline newsworthy as one of the new cool kids on the block.
Coming from a background in film I can tell you being a Foley artist or a sound designer can be two of the most stressful, but creative jobs in the business. This new developer diary from Battlefield Bad Company shows that even in games, these positions still require a ton of work. It's really fascinating to see…
Battlefield: Bad Company players around the world just about had a heart attack last night as they logged onto the game to discover their ranks, unlocks, and medals had all been completely reset. Purchasers of the Gold Edition of the game even found that their five very special guns they got for paying an extra $10…
I've always been of two minds regarding EA DICE's Battlefield series. While I've enjoyed countless hours finding creative ways to destroy my fellow players in gigantic military conflicts, overall the games lacked a certain charisma. The sort of personality and immersion that can only come from having experienced a…
EA DICE's Battlefield series has been providing PC gamers (and eventually console owners) with solid, entertaining online multiplayer battles for a good six years now. Now that they've proven they can deliver the multiplayer goods they've taken on the single player experience with Battlefield: Bad Company, seeking to…