Tag Archives: EA

Apex Legends Could Benefit from Different Modes

The last two weeks have been pretty interesting in the world of Apex Legends. They recently ended their two week Grand Soirée Arcade event that introduced some very fun limited-time modes; modes ranging from the ring constantly being on the move inwards to the ability for your teammates to revive once the ring moves to […]

Jedi Fallen Order Looks Good, But I Don’t Trust EA

During the EA conference today, which started off E3, we got our first look at gameplay of Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order. After the 15 minutes we saw, I can honestly say that my opinions on the game have changed quite a bit. When I first heard about it, I was so uninterested that this […]

Can We Trust Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order?

Single-player games have had a tumultuous time recently. As odd as that may sound, companies, particularly EA (Electronic Arts), have been pushing the idea that single-player games just aren’t as popular as they used to be. There has been a heavy shift towards open-world games and battle royales, but even still, many gamers have been […]

Everything You Need to Know About Apex Legends Season One

After a stellar launch and garnering 50 million players, Apex Legends controls its own destiny. The game has skyrocketed in popularity and has become a staple in the battle royale genre right off the bat (you can read our review here). The unique elements of the ping system, character abilities and being the jumpmaster all […]

EA Skipping E3 Press Conference This Year, Replaces with EA Play 2019

EA has decided to skip the E3 press conference this year, opting to instead focus its time on their own event, EA Play 2019. In place of one massive presentation of what the company is going to be focusing on, they have instead opted to do multiple live streams, not far different in concept from […]

Anthem Review

Bioware’s new live service game, Anthem, is a mixed bag for me. There is a lot there that is done right, but there is this dark cloud of issues that is always raining down on you. I wanted to approach this review with a basic setup to make it easy to digest. There are some […]

Apex Legends Review

The battle royale genre is something that I have not experienced too much. I have played a few matches in Fortnite and realized it was not for me. I have also played a bit of Blackout, which was fun but I did not stick around too long. The genre has seen plenty of games come […]

Apex Legends: What This Proves to EA

Within 24 hours of Apex Legends releasing for all platforms, over 2.5 millions unique players downloaded and played the game. This was definitely a huge success for EA, and may shape the direction in which EA will take from here. Here are the things that it would prove to EA and its shareholders. 1) The […]

Anthem: Two Demos Later

Well, now all we have to do is wait. Yes, all the VIP demos and open demos are over for Bioware’s new looter-shooter, Anthem. My time with both demos was a mixed bag of genuine enjoyment and head-scratching frustration. Anthem shows a lot of promise, but there are still a few things that hold it […]

Anthem Servers are down on demo launch day

Apparently, players are being kicked from Anthem demo servers as the number of people trying to log in and try the game for the first time surge. Today, the 25th of January is the launch of the Anthem VIP demo and is slated to be open until the 27th of January. With many players eager […]