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Mirror’s Edge Optioned For TV Series Adaption

by Peter Paltridgeon May 25, 2016
Not only are we getting a new Mirror’s Edge game in less than a fortnight, we may be getting a TV series too. The rights to EA and DICE’s heroine have been purchased by Endemol Shine Studios, whose logo has mostly been seen on reality shows like Big Brother and Masterchef. (This will not be […]
We’ve Come To The Final Trailer For Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst

We’ve Come To The Final Trailer For Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst

by Peter Paltridgeon May 24, 2016
Can you believe there’s a new Mirror’s Edge coming in a mere two weeks? After years of skepticism that a second game could even happen, and so many delays once it DID go into production, Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst has seemed so far away for so long that having it a confirmed reality is going to […]

EA Announces Battlefield 1, Launches First Trailer

EA Announces Battlefield 1, Launches First Trailer

by Peter Paltridgeon May 6, 2016
Electronic Arts has made the surprise announcement of a new Battlefield. We knew it was coming, we just didn’t know when they would say anything — but the day was today. EA and DICE have revealed that this new game will be set in World War 1 (yes, the “1” in the title has a […]
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Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst Delayed Into June

by Peter Paltridgeon April 21, 2016
Darn. People who’ve been tracking the new Mirror’s Edge game know it’s been subjected to several delays, but with an open beta taking place beginning tomorrow, it was thought that we’d seen the last of them. But nope. Developer DICE said today they need to borrow a little more time. The good news is that […]

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EA Releases Full Schedule for EA Play Event

by Peter Paltridgeon April 14, 2016
Electronic Arts announced not too long ago that it would not have a booth on the E3 show floor this year. Instead they’ll be hosting their own event, EA Play, near the convention. What has now come to light is that EA Play will take place simultaneously across two countries: a UK version of the […]
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New Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst Videos Highlight Twists To Gameplay

by Peter Paltridgeon March 3, 2016
Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst is now two months away. Though Faith will for the most part control the same way she did in the original, developer DICE has come up with some new moves to enhance the gameplay. The most enticing of these new moves is the concept of Focus and Flow: Build up and maintain […]

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EA Games Launches eSports Division

by Peter Paltridgeon December 11, 2015
The growing popularity of eSports has not gone unnoticed by Big Publishers Inc. On the heels of Activision, Electronic Arts has announced its own eSports division, the EA Competitive Gaming Division (or CGD for short), to be helmed by COO Peter Moore. EA spoke about the new venture in a prideful blog post on their […]
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New Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst Trailer Premieres At Gamescom

by Peter Paltridgeon August 5, 2015
Attendees of Gamescom got a major treat today when DICE Studios revealed over five minutes of gameplay footage from a pre-alpha build of Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst. Faith hasn’t lost any moves since we last saw her, and she’s picked up some slick new ones. DICE said this game would be more of a sandbox experience […]

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EA Releases Crysis 3 Single-Player Gameplay Video Preview

by Eileen Cruzon November 16, 2012
EA has released a single-player gameplay trailer for the upcoming ESRB rated M for Mature video game, Crysis 3.┬áIn the game, players will take on the role of Prophet as he returns to New York, only to discover that the city has been encased in a Nanodome created by the corrupt Cell Corporation. The New […]

"Dante’s Inferno" Should Be Condemned to the Circle of the Repetitive and Boring

by Ed Liuon February 1, 2011
I really do try to be as objective as possible walking into a new DVD for review, but when the trailer to Dante’s Inferno was released, I couldn’t help but think that it looked hilariously awful. The purist/cultural snob couldn’t even be that offended by the complete misappropriation of one of the great classics of […]