Posts Tagged ‘Electronic Arts’
This year, rather than attending E3, Electronic Arts (EA) decided to jump the gun, holding a simultaneous event in LA and London, to tease and taunt us with what we'll be buying from them over the next year or so.
With arguably the greatest sporting event in the world just weeks away, Betfair have kindly sent Geek-Pride a copy of Electronic Arts new FIFA videogame to review. 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil is the competitions official game, published by EA Sports for the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360. This isn't a new thing that EA Sports does, in fact nearly every two years we are graced with two FIFA games instead of just one due to a major tournament.
In a time when beta testing seems like a thing of the past as a career, EA games has actually come through on a promise to its fans. We all remember when we dreamed of testing games when we got older, but when it finally came time to start our careers video game companies were […]
After winning the unenviable title of ‘Worst Company in America’ for a second year running, EA boss Andrew Wilson and games label head Patrick Soderlund have come out publicly to discuss the company’s need to put their customers first, instead of short-term financials. In a recent interview with Kotaku, the pair talked at length about […]
There’s something quite satisfying about entering a dungeon, and cleaning out a swathe of undead miscreants in your quest for glory, and booty. Something about being able to dispatch a throng of ten to fifteen enemies in one fell swoop with some explosive lightning or a swing of a hefty battle axe is… liberating. It’s […]
Anyone who’s a fan of American McGee’s Alice, or Alice: Madness Returns will have been following the updates about the forthcoming titles Alice: Otherlands & OZombie for a little while now. We’ve been fed tantalising bits of artwork through the official American McGee Facebook page, and if you’re anything like me, you’re loving what you’re […]
Good news for gamers everywhere – EA has decided to stop it’s Online Pass program, a controversial form of DRM. For the last 3 years the number of games requiring an online pass has increased as several publishers, including EA, have incorporated the system in order to deter consumers from buying second-hand copies of their […]
Legendary horror director John Carpenter has expressed an interest in adapting Electronic Arts‘ Dead Space for the big screen, describing it as “ready-made”. Probably one of the better choices to direct such a project, Carpenter seems really enthusiastic about the idea. The Thing alone would be an excellent example of why he’d be the prime […]
If you’re a fan of “Knights of the Old Republic” or “Battlefront“, then you’ll want to read this. Like many journos these days, I get my news via Facebook. While scrolling through, one of my gamer pages posted a link from CNN by way of WIRED. In the headline, they gave us an update about […]