Top Stories from EA Showcase 2011
Ignoring for a moment the fact that last year's Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit felt very much like that other big driving series Criterion Games is known for, it's been a good long while since we've seen the release of a proper Burnout game. Well, the wait is about to end...sort of. EA and Criterion have just announced Burnout Crash, a downloadable game that takes the points-based showcase of wanton destruction that is Crash mode and shows it from a retro top-down...Continue Reading »
Last fall, EA Sports decided to release disc-based versions of NBA Jam onto the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Although the content was more than enough to warrant such a decision, gamers felt that the same package could have been offered as a downloadable game. Well, that is exactly what the guys at its Vancouver studio have done with the upcoming release of NBA Jam: On Fire Edition, which is scheduled to hit both the PlayStation Network and Xbox Live this fall.
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Sims Medieval took the franchise in a new direction by giving you more purpose and direction through quests. It also gave you a chance to earn rewards, as well as the ability build up your kingdom and, ultimately, fulfill your ambition. The Sims Studio is already expanding on this with Sims Medieval: Pirates and Nobles, an adventure pack that will give players more quests to play and the choice to play as a pirate or a noble. At the EA Summer Showcase in...Continue Reading »
BioWare is already hiring for Dragon Age III, but that doesn't mean the developer is finished crafting new content for the well-received Dragon Age II.Continue Reading »
Today at the 2011 Electronic Arts Summer Showcase, the publisher officially announced Dragon Age II Legacy, the latest add-on for the fantasy role-playing game. The content will arrive for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC, and Mac on July 26. A price for the content was not mentioned.
In the content, gamers will suit up again as protagonist...
There's been a great amount of mystery and intrigue surrounding Burnout Crash, the rumored new entry in Electronic Arts' racing series. That's finally set to change, as the publisher today officially announced the game.Continue Reading »
Burnout Crash will land this fall on the Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network. As was rumored, it will challenge gamers to maximize the damage done to vehicles and buildings while behind the wheel. No price point...