Posts Tagged ‘EA’
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

E3 2019: Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Gets Gameplay Trailer

by Todd Blackon June 10, 2019
How is Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order going to play? Any hints? A lot of eyes were on EA during its EA Play event on E3 2019 weekend. And one of the big things that people wanted to see was Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. The game is the first singleplayer Star Wars title in […]

Bioware Employees Say That Without EA, They Would Have Closed

by Todd Blackon April 3, 2018
What exactly is the relationship between Bioware and EA? How much control does EA have over the dev team? When gamers think about Bioware, they can’t help but think of the massive RPG spectacles that they make like Mass Effect and Dragon Age. But, gamers also know that as great as they are, they’re also […]

Mass Effect Andromeda

EA And Bioware Give Survey To Ask About Mass Effect Future!

by Todd Blackon July 30, 2017
Is Mass Effect going to continue? Will it be better than Andromeda was? Mass Effect: Andromeda was a highly anticipated game. As the extension of the franchise that was originally a trilogy, one that was praised from nearly start to finish, Andromeda had a lot of pressure on it. However, to many, it buckled under […]

EA Shows Off First Anthem Gameplay!

by Todd Blackon June 12, 2017
At the EA Play Event just before E3 2017, Bioware showed off one of their new titles: Anthem. This large open-world game is something that Bioware truly has never tried before, or at the very least, not on this grand of a scale. Then, during the Microsoft Press Conference, we were treated to a large […]

Mass Effect Andromeda Bioware

Bioware Outsourced Facial Animations For Mass Effect Andromeda?

by Todd Blackon April 2, 2017
One of the biggest complaints about Mass Effect Andromeda is that the games facial animations aren’t up to snuff with how the original trilogy faired. And recall, that back then, they didn’t have the power and processing ability that we do now. So for those games to be better here? Something went wrong. Fans have […]