After spending several months sitting alone in the bathroom clicking Star Wars themed things on my phone, Galaxy of Heroes gives players the ability to sit together in the bathroom clicking Star Wars themed things, complete with horrible guild names.
Mirror’s Edge Catalyst seemed like one of those games that was never going to happen, a sequel to a beloved game that wasn’t exactly a best-selling hit. Fans who’ve been waiting for more beautiful free-running are happy that it’s coming out soon but some don’t like how it’s handling its upgrades.
A video identified by NeoGAF user Taker34 as a demo reel from the website of a developer working on the next installment of BioWare’s space opera shows off special effects and new movement abilities that may or may not show up in next year’s Mass Effect Andromeda.
EA is passing out Star Wars: Battlefront credits to anyone who logs into the game this weekend on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 or PC, in case the Outer Rim downloadable content wasn’t enough motivation. I plan on logging in later. I will forget. I will not get 5,000 credits.
EA Sports UFC 2 is a game that does its damnedest to imitate every element of the UFC broadcast experience (except for the weird part where it pretends commentator Mike Goldberg knows what he’s talking about). By and large, it works. It’s in the particulars that EA falters.
Meet Brock “The Problem” Kucao, aka Spider “The Spider” Spider. He may not look like much with his neon wildman hairdo and 29 instances of the same tattoo, but he’s gonna win the crap out of the UFC featherweight title.
Popcap is taking Plants Vs. Zombies back to its roots with a new mobile strategy game, Plants. Vs. Zombies Heroes: The Lawn of a New Battle, only this time it’s turn-based and plays a lot like Hearthstone. Watch me play.
It’s easy to sit here as a games writer or armchair pundit and rail against the practice of publishers asking for more money from gamers who have already spent $60 on a new title. But hey, turns out plenty of people love doing it (and are doing it), especially when it comes to EA Sports’ big games.
I wanted a singleplayer campaign in the latest Battlefront. You probably did too. You know who else does? John Boyega, the guy who plays Finn in the actual Star Wars movies.
Sounds like Mass Effect Andromeda won’t be out until early 2017. EA CFO Blake Jorgensen said in a recent presentation that the next big BioWare game is scheduled for their fourth fiscal quarter, which is January-March of next year. Not a big shocker, but good to set expectations accordingly.
Remember the early days of online multiplayer shooters, when most players were too busy having fun to worry about things like stats or other players’ performance or who your mother may or may not have slept with? Garden Warfare 2 remembers.
I guess at some point I rated the EA Access service I subscribe to on my Xbox One. I know this, because my EA Access app just asked me to explain my 8 out of 10 rating.
Electronic Arts is essentially skipping E3 this year, pulling out of the trade show in favor of their own events in Los Angeles and London that will be open to the public.
When Star Wars: Battlefront came out last November, both critics and players noted that the number of vehicles, maps and modes in the first-person shooter came off as a little underweight when compared to similar full-priced games. EA promised that there’d be more stuff to do and play in Battlefront but the additional…
EA Access, a subscription program that allows people to play and download a variety of Electronic Arts games, is coming to PC, the publisher said today.
With Knights of the Fallen Empire, the latest expansion for SWTOR, Bioware tried something different, and right now I’m not talking about all the gameplay changes I applauded back when it first hit in October. The game is in a better place than it was. Now it has to keep improving.