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.
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.
When last I wrote about the new Need for Speed it was a bit messy—rubberband AI and stuttering made racing frustrating and the in-game cell phone was annoying as hell. With today’s “Legends” game update, all of my major gripes have been addressed.
Star Wars: Battlefront’s Battle of Jakku downloadable content is now live for preorder customers, giving Star Wars fans their first taste of The Force Awakens. As it turns out, it tastes a lot like Tatooine.
“The Star Wars game mobile gamers have been waiting for” has soft-launched in several countries, giving us lucky faux-Australians a taste of EA’s mobile card RPG. Not featured: gripping excitement. Update—now available worldwide!
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.
Star Wars: Battlefront wants you to believe you’re in a Star Wars movie, but at heart it’s one of the video-game-iest video games I’ve played in ages. This is the source of both its greatest triumphs and its worst failures.
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.
There’s a cool little mini-game in the installation screen for Star Wars Battlefront. Also, if you’re on EA Access, you might not want to play it.
It’s November 7—N7 Day for Mass Effect fans—and Bioware kicks off the celebration with a montage of archival space footage with Jennifer Hale talking over it. Hooray!
This is why we can’t have nice things.
There are several aspects of EA and Ghost Games’ dark and rainy Need for Speed reboot that I enjoy immensely. Due to regular gameplay hiccups, racing just doesn’t happen to be one of them.