Silent Hills may be dead, but even that can’t stop Metal Gear Solid designer Hideo Kojima and filmmaker Guillermo del Toro from reuniting this February at the DICE summit in Las Vegas.
I am in awe that anybody managed to figure this out.
While playing the PC version of Star Wars Battlefront, I’ve experienced all sorts of ridiculous matchmaking mishaps. It seems like I’m far from alone.
Two enemies lock eyes on the battlefield. One, a Rebel soldier. The other, an Imperial Stormtrooper. This can only end in one way.
Blink and you’ll miss one of the best easter eggs in Star Wars: Battlefront.
How could a powerful military force like the Empire lose to a scruffy band of rebel scum and a handful of teddy bears? I’m thinking it has something to do with the Imperial dress code.
Electronic Arts has announced that Mirror’s Edge Catalyst has been delayed from February 23 until May 24. No specific reason was given for the delay, other than needing more time for polish. We’ve waited years already, so why not a few more months? That’s what I’m trying to tell myself, anyway.
Here’s Darth Vader, single-handedly destroying a Rebel Snow Speeder by throwing his lightsaber into the air. Damn!
Don’t put away your stormtrooper armor just yet kids. Originally slated to end tomorrow, the Star Wars Battlefront beta test has been extended through Tuesday in order to test extreme server scenarios and give me chance to add that word balloon I’d been eyeing.
I’m actually not a huge Star Wars fan (I know, I know), but after spending a couple of hours playing Battlefront on the PS4 today, I’m starting to feel a lot of hype.
I’m one of those people who could forgive Mirror’s Edge’s sins. It remains one of my favourite games, one I still play regularly, and a big part of that is down to its soundtrack.
If you’ve been jealous of folks playing Star Wars: Battlefront in the game’s private alpha, EA’s announced the game’s beta will begin sometime in early October. The beta will also mark the debut of a new, mysterious game mode called Drop Zone.
Oh thank goodness.
How to bring Mirror’s Edge to life: lift some visual cues and sound bytes from the game, stick a GoPro on your head and run around some rooftops like a maniac. Done.
Star Wars fans are easy marks. It’s one of our kind’s more endearing qualities, even while it tends to leave us vulnerable to being exploited. And we have been exploited, even by, perhaps accidentally, the man who created this universe and brand.
Today a federal court ruled to dismiss a class-action lawsuit filed against EA for lying about Battlefield 4, a video game that came out and didn't really work for some people.
Deagle is OP? Fixed. Movement was better in BF3? Fixed. Something about netcode? Fixed. The latest patch for Battlefield 4 lists almost 200 fixes and tweaks, including some of the biggest complaints that have come from players in the past year.
Battlefield 3 players have been running into some renewed performance issues as of late, ones that are related to the 2011 shooter's third-party anti-cheating software.
Adding police to a series about large-scale warfare can create some... odd scenes. At the E3 demo for EA's mega-budget cops and robbers game Battlefield Hardline, we saw action more commonly relegated to a warzone. Countless explosions and military-grade weaponry in the streets to stop a... truck robbery.