Last December, Xbox Series X was revealed during The Game Awards 2019 event. On June 11th, PlayStation 5 was revealed. Electronic Arts planned their EA Play Live event, and fans were excited. There’s just one problem with EA Play 2020: 90% of the event was current generation announcements. And only 5% to 10% of it… Continue reading Electronic Arts hosts a lukewarm EA Play Live event
For those of you who are not familiar to Crysis. It was a first person shooter that was released for PC in 2007, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360 in 2011. The next question is going to be: “Can my hardware run Crysis?” Because Crysis in 2007 needed a pretty beefy PC to run Crysis (1),… Continue reading Crysis Remastered announced
Electronic Arts kicked off E3 2019 with a lackluster EA Play. The event did not unveil any new game, and the only thing the “conference” was for was the DLC’s they have planned for the following games… Apex Legends Battlefield 5 Anthem The Sims 4 After the reveal of Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order, people… Continue reading E3 2019 had a rocky start
Electronic Arts and Microsoft have been partners for years. And they don’t really need to be partners anyway. I mean, Peter Moore left Microsoft for Electronic Arts in 2007. Peter Moore heads the EA Sports division of Electronic Arts. Peter Moore previously held the president of the EA Sports brand, but recently been promoted to… Continue reading An EA partner developer can’t use Porsche?
This article is a continuation of my previous article about the ongoing court battle over Activision’s various activities regarding ex-Infinity Ward executives. May 23rd was the start of that lawsuit. There was not a lot of information available until someone discovered a wiki entry for the Call of Duty lore. Let’s start with the stipulations… Continue reading The war for the throne: The Modern Warfare brand.
There’s a lot of speculation on whether Call of Duty is dying, or will just die off. [Here is one source] There has been some articles saying that Activision wrote in their memos that Call of duty may be dying, and some differences were pointed out. [source] Call of Duty is going to continue and… Continue reading Call of Duty will be just fine.
It has been a very long war between Activision and Electronic Arts for the throne of being the biggest video game publisher in the video game industry today. This war was pretty silent, as both companies exchanged employees, exchanged blows, none of which were pushed to the breaking point. Until now. Activision was among one… Continue reading The battle of the titans: Activision vs EA
I’ve been playing a game on facebook. That game is rising in popularity, and why not, it’s a tried and true game and formula. CityVille was created by the same developers of FarmVille. Yes, Zynga has expanded its gaming portfolio. I have come to a realization that both FarmVille and CityVille is sending a message… Continue reading If there was a franchise to revive…
Recently, I posted that a Medal of Honor beta is coming soon. At E32010, Electronic Arts showed off gameplay footage of Medal of Honor multiplayer, and let me tell you, it will give Modern Warfare a run for its money. Activision has gotten its true competitor in EA, because if these trailers don’t impress you… Continue reading New Medal of Honor trailers!
Electronic Art’s Medal of Honor series has been selling millions of units, but in recent times, the series has seen a stagnant standstill. EA has decided to bring back the franchise to compete directly against Modern Warfare 2. EA has chosen Activision to be their rival in the game industry. The new game in the… Continue reading Medal of Honor Beta drops June 21st