Who didn’t see this coming? See what goods await those who pick up the Medal of Honor Limited Edition bundle. Pre-order now, October 12 isn’t that far.
With a multiplayer-beta available now, EA reveals some gameplay to lure Modern Warfare fiends to their FPS. Does it have what it takes to dethrone Call of Duty as the best shooter on the market?
EA’s ditching the Live brand after several years of lackluster entries and revamps their b-ball franchise with the renamed Elite 2011. It’s a work in progress, but will it be a step up from the NBA 2K series? We’ll find out closer to Fall.
Portal 2 got some competition during the holiday season. And all three versions (PS3, Xbox 360 and PC) are 3D compatible. This is ridiculous. Go EA!
Isaac Clark’s back bitches! EA gives Game Trailers the 1Up on everyone by giving them the exclusive trailer, but it’s cool. Check out the teaser trailer teaser here if previously you missed it. E3 Update: In addition, a PS3 Limited Edition of the game will be available, pre-packaged with the Wii exclusive, Extraction. The game … Read more
So at a pre-E3 bash in Los Angelas, Microsoft showed industry experts their previously named Project Natal project, now dubbed the Kinect. Scheduled to hit retail shelves November 4th, the motion-control peripheral looks to compete with the Nintendo Wii and Sony’s recently announced Wand in giving gamers a more hands-on experience in the gaming realm. … Read more
Kotaku confirms that EA will change the name of their once beloved Live franchise to Elite. So take note, this year’s NBA Live will be referred to as NBA Elite ’11. “What is the new name of EA Sports’ NBA franchise?” appeared EA’s NBA Live Facebook Page on Wedensday May 26th, with EA putting out … Read more
EA’s been hard at work on the new Medal of Honor game, and with the core team of Infinity Ward doing the boogie on Activision, the shooter has a shot of dethroning Call of Duty as the best FPS on the market. Yea, right..but you never know, right?. October 12th is the official North America … Read more
After suffering a leak nearly 24 hours ago, EA gives us an official glimpse of Dead Space 2. Creepy sh*t!
It’s sad to say but Sony’s handheld won’t be receiving Tim Tebow in a pocketable version. EA’s NCAA Football franchise will not be returning to the PSP lineup this year. On the bright side, Apple’s App Store will be receving a version of the game, so I guess it won’t be without any gain. Source: