All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘EA’

‘Titanfall’ Beta Starts on Valentine’s Day

EA and Respawn teased Titanfall fans last month by announcing the highly-anticipated shooter would be getting a beta before launch. Now, one month before the game’s release, EA has officially announced that beta will begin on Valentine’s Day. Fans can now register for the closed beta test through the Titanfall website. The test is being held for both Xbox One …

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‘Titanfall’ on Xbox 360 Delayed to March 25

Titanfall is one of the most-hyped games of 2014 so far. The game’s marketing promises it will revitalize the stale console shooter genre and bring Call of Duty-style gameplay to the latest Microsoft console. Gamers playing Titanfall on Xbox 360, however, will have to wait a few weeks to join in. EA announced this week that the Xbox 360 version …

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World Cup-Branded FIFA Game Coming This Spring

The annual FIFA franchise is one of publisher EA’s biggest money-makers each year and the World Cup is the most-hyped sporting event in the world. It makes sense, then, that EA would put out a special World Cup edition of FIFA 14. EA today announced that 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil is, indeed, coming to PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 …

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Learn How To Succeed In Plants Vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare

Everybody likes to win – it’s in our nature. Multiplayer-only games are very popular mostly due to the fact that it gives players that instant gratification of the win. Well, it should, unless you’re just really bad. To avoid that in the upcoming multiplayer shooter Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare, the producers are here with some tips and tricks for …

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Plants Vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare Gets Split-Screen Co-Op On Xbox One

Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare was confirmed to be getting a co-op mode earlier this month. The mode has four friends battling to defend their base from waves of increasingly difficult zombies. At the time, the mode seemed to be online only, but Xbox One players will have one more option. EA confirmed this week that the Xbox One version …

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Denver Broncos Beat Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl Simulation

The Denver Broncos have beaten the Seattle Seahawks to claim the Lombardi Trophy in 2014 . . . or so sayeth Madden 25. The popular video game franchise from Electronic Arts has correctly predicted the winner of 8 of the past 10 Super Bowls, and now it’s saying that the Broncos, currently favored by 3 points in Vegas, will edge …

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Plants Vs. Zombies Garden Warfare Co-Op Detailed In Latest Trailer

At E3 last year, EA surprised us all with the announcement of Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare. The class-based shooter takes the gameplay found in games like Team Fortress 2 and combines it with the now classic humor found in Plants vs. Zombies. In the latest trailer for the game, Popcap shows off the new game mode – four player …

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Star Wars: The Old Republic Is Getting Space Combat

Star Wars: The Old Republic is still chugging along as it attempts to keep its current players and attract new players and subscribers to the game. It has done this through a number of new expansions to the game, but the latest expansion may just attract players who want a return to the gameplay seen in TIE Fighter. BioWare announced …

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SimCity Is Finally Getting An Offline Mode

One of the biggest blunders of 2013 was the launch of EA’s SimCity reboot. The PC game required an always online Internet connection which the developers at Maxis claimed was due to the game using cloud computing to generate cities in game. It sounded good on paper, but the launch was plagued with connection time outs and various other problems …

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Criterion Games Founders Leave EA, Form New Studio

Criterion Games, one of the most talented developers in the games industry, is one of the last studios you’d expect to see lose talent. That’s exactly what’s happening today with the departure of the studio’s founders. Polygon reports that Alex Ward and Fiona Sperry – the two founders of Criterion Games – have officially left the developer and its owners …

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EA Hit With Class Action Lawsuit Over ‘Battlefield 4′ Claims

Since the release of Battlefield 4 back in October, gamers have been fighting to actually play the title. Those who bought the title have encountered bugs, game crashes, and other difficulties when trying to play the game. Developer DICE has promised to fix the game before releasing any more DLC content, but that won’t save publisher EA from being held …

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‘Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare’ Gameplay Previewed

Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare was one of the most surprising games that EA has announced in the past half-decade. The Popcap-developed console shooter takes the whimsy from the Plants vs. Zombies mobile games and shoves it into what appears to be the best shooter EA has published in years. When the game’e release date was announced (February 18, a …

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