Tag Archives: EA

Dragon Age: Inquisition review
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Dragon Age: Inquisition review

It turns out the age-old claim of developers listening to the fans isn’t a complete crock of mabari dung, if Dragon Age: Inquisition is anything to go by. For a long while now we’ve been hearing that the team at BioWare had taken on board feedback from a vociferous community...

BioWare Week – Stunning Dragon Age: Inquisition Art Revealed

To mark the launch of Dragon Age: Inquisition on 20 November 2014 we’re dedicating a week of coverage to BioWare’s latest title and its superb past releases. Geek Art and French Paper Art Club, in collaboration with EA, has brought together some amazing graphic artists and their intepretations of Dragon...

BioWare Week – The New Dawn Of Dragon Age

To mark the launch of Dragon Age: Inquisition on 20 November 2014 we’re dedicating a week of coverage to BioWare’s latest title and its superb past releases. The Dragon Age series has not had the easiest of flights over its five-year history. 2009’s Dragon Age: Origins might have been near...

PES Vs FIFA – The interview

Since 2000, EA’s yearly juggernaut has won the sales war against Konami. In the wake of the rivals’ launch this year, we thought we’d level the playing field and ask the developers behind both games the same questions. From EA, Sebastian Enrique, producer on FIFA 15 and from Konami, Adam...

PS4 Vs Xbox One: The Streaming War Begins

With the PS Now beta in full swing and Microsoft and EA’s own streaming service on its way, we take a step back, compare the services and examine the origin of these business models. ony recently soft-launched its PS Now initiative over in the States – an interactive cloud-based service...

FIFA 15 review
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FIFA 15 review

It’s frightening how lifelike this is. As has become standard practice for EA Sports releases, realism is at the forefront of everything in this year’s FIFA, and permeating every game mode from simple skill games to the typically excellent Career mode is a brilliant sheen that, arguably, far surpasses any...

The Sims 4 review
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The Sims 4 review

Well, Maxis has certainly had a bit of a thrashing, hasn’t it? Despite the underlying improvements that came with SimCity, the internet had spoken – it did not like the reboot. Not to recap on everything too much, but here it is in a nutshell: Maxis made design decisions the internet...

Five Things About… The Sims 4

Maxis’ infamous franchise has hypnotised players the world over with its virtual representation of real life that manages to tread the line between complete suburban-life simulator and cartoon representation of real life. Its uniqueness inspired a movement of fans around the world, and the new instalment promises to change the...