EA Play adds life to The Sims 3 this spring with the Generations Expansion pack, letting players explore the stages of virtual life on a much deeper level than ever before.
First Rod Humble worked on EverQuest. Then he headed the EA Play label, which manages The Sims franchise. After those jobs becoming the new CEO of Second Life creator Linden Lab seems like a natural progression.
Electronic Arts revealed at its Tokyo Game Show press conference today a new title for the forthcoming Nintendo 3DS, a gardening sim named My Garden.
Let me start by dashing your hopes, crushing your expectations: Despite the setting, the heroes, and the town building, Sims Medieval is still very much a standard Sims game.
Sure, EA's upcoming Late Night expansion for The Sims 3 is extremely similar to expansions already released for The Sims and The Sims 2, but just look how much better that musical trailer looks. That's worth something, right?
The Sims 3 expands this fall with The Sims 3 Late Night Expansion pack, plunging your Sim into the active downtown nightlife, or letting them explore their darkest fantasies as a Sim vampire.
Yesterday I wondered if EA's new 3D board game Monopoly Streets might be the Grand Theft Auto III of Monopoly games. As these first two screens show, there's at least one car and some pedestrians. Now we need guns.
After years of top-down and isometric views, EA is taking the Monopoly franchise to the streets, transforming it from board game to a "dynamic, living, 3D world." Will this be Monopoly's Grand Theft Auto III?