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  • Blog Post: What EA Sports Games Could Learn From Each Other

    EA Sports developers often talk about the benefit of being able to share technology from one EA team to another. Whether its the upcoming PGA Tour title using DICE's Frostbite 3 engine or Madden and FIFA both using the Ignite engine, there's an advantage of having shared resources. Naturally... More
  • Blog Post: The Return of Leliana In Dragon Age: Inquisition

    The characters are part of what makes the Dragon Age experience, and seeing who will return for Dragon Age: Inquisition has been exciting. So far, we've looked at Varric and Cassandra . Today, we're going to focus on Leliana, the left hand of the Divine. For the most part, Leliana has been peaceful... More
  • Blog Post: Exploring Freedom In The Sims

    All today, we’ve been exploring games that make us feel free . When this idea was presented to me, The Sims instantly came to my mind for the creative freedom it offers. Whether I’m building a new house or making my sim’s life decisions, I just let my imagination run wild. I like building... More
  • Blog Post: Exploring Freedom In Mass Effect

    It’s hard to believe that it’s been nearly seven years since the the first Mass Effect game was released on Xbox 360 (remember it was a Microsoft-published exclusive). The multitude of choices and wide-open sense of exploration still feel fresh in my mind after all this time and make Mass... More
  • Blog Post: What We Talk About When We Talk About Battlefield: Bad Company

    Earlier today, Eurogamer published an interview with DICE general manager Karl-Magnus Troedsson in which he expressed some sense of wonderment regarding why fans hold the Bad Company games in such prestige. “Some people say this: the Bad Company 2 multiplayer is the best you've ever done,”... More
  • Blog Post: Replay – 007: From Russia With Love

    In the video game world, the name "James Bond" usually leads to a discussion about GoldenEye. People rarely talk about Electronic Arts' time with Ian Fleming's famed secret agent, which is surprising since that's where most of his video game history lies. Under Electronic Arts'... More
  • Blog Post: Video Recap - EA's 2014 E3 Press Conference

    The second press conference to hit E3 2014 was from EA. Last year we had the tease of Battlefront from DICE and this year we had a continuation of that tease. EA has an impressive line-up, but not much to show at this point as far as gameplay goes. Game Informer's Kimberley Wallace and Ben Reeves... More
  • Blog Post: The Return Of Cassandra In Dragon Age: Inquisition

    Dragon Age: Inquisition has new characters joining the fight, but old faces are also returning to help restore peace. Recently, we looked at what confirmed party member Varric would bring to the table . Now we're delving into Cassandra's potential and why she's an intriguing character to... More
  • Blog Post: Versus Mode – Debating Dead Space 3

    Versus Mode is a special feature that we're doing today, and it focuses on two editors debating the merits of a particular game or series. This entry features executive editor Andrew Reiner debating Dead Space 3 with senior associate editor Tim Turi . Tim: Reiner, I can confidently say that I think... More
  • Blog Post: Versus Mode – Debating Dragon Age: Origins

    Versus Mode is a special feature that we're doing today, and it focuses on two editors debating the merits of a particular game or series. This entry features managing editor Matt Bertz and associate editor Kimberley Wallace debating Dragon Age: Origins. Kim: So I'm a big fan of Dragon Age. I... More
  • Blog Post: From Dead Space To Call Of Duty – Sledgehammer's Early Days

    In 2009, Sledgehammer co-founders Michael Condrey and Glen Schofield transitioned from Electronic Arts' Visceral Games (former EA Redwood Shores) to working for Activision with the understanding they would work on a third-person Call of Duty game ( learn more about it here ). While at EA, the pair... More
  • Blog Post: Should You Play Titanfall’s Expedition DLC?

    Titanfall has been out for a couple of months now, but the Respawn level designers haven’t been idle. The new Expedition map pack is the first of three planned DLC expansions for Titanfall. I took the day to dive into the three new maps through a variety of game modes. The first thing I noticed... More
  • Blog Post: The Return Of Varric In Dragon Age: Inquisition

    Ever since I spotted Varric in the first Dragon Age: Inquisition trailer , I’ve been excited for his return to Thedas. His jokes, tall tales, and loyalty made him my favorite party member in Dragon Age II. Sure, the rogue might be prone to embellishing the truth, but you know that he has your back... More
  • Blog Post: Breaking Down The Latest Dragon Age: Inquisition Trailer

    This morning brought with it a new trailer for Dragon Age: Inquisition, but it wasn't just a lot of sizzle with no substance. Some elements of the footage are enlightening just by their presence, while others require a little bit of extra explanation. That's why we spoke with Dragon Age: Inquisition... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Titanfall Xbox 360

    Today sees the release of the Xbox 360 version of Respawn’s critically acclaimed shooter . Even now, we’re working on preparing an update to that review to reflect our experience with the 360 version. In the meantime, Daniel Tack, Andrew Reiner, and I sat down to play a couple of matches... More
  • Blog Post: Battlefield 4 Naval Strike Impressions – Shore Lunch

    Five months after launch, DICE and EA are still struggling to get Battlefield 4 running smoothly , but that hasn't stopped them from releasing a steady stream of new maps. The latest expansion, Naval Strike, focuses explicitly on amphibious assaults featuring air, land, and sea vehicles. Three of... More
  • Blog Post: Why You Should Go Back To Plants Vs. Zombies 2

    When Plants vs. Zombies 2: It's About Time launched worldwide last August on iOS (and a couple months later on Android), there was a lot to love. Fans experienced inventive new worlds, powerful new plants, and pesky new zombies. Plus, the base game was all free. However, certain elements dragged... More
  • Blog Post: Confessions of An FPS Rookie: My First Day With Titanfall

    I'll be frank: You're more likely to find an RPG or sports game in my console than a shooter. Don't take that to mean I don't enjoy shooters; the issue is that you have to sink time into any given shooter to master the mechanics - something I don't have enough hours for with my aforementioned... More
  • Blog Post: One Night Stand: Madden NFL 25

    I've always been a football fan, but I've never really liked football video games. Can this armchair quarterback master the digital gridiron in a few hours? I decided to play Madden 25 for my second One Night Stand for two reasons: one, I am a big fan of football and two, it's as far from... More
  • Blog Post: Live Stream – Titanfall Beta

    Update : The live stream is over, but you can watch a video replay down below. Do you want to watch Game Informer's newest editor, Daniel Tack, lumber around in a giant, bipedal war machine? Do you want to see him rack up outrageous kill counts? Of course you do! We know Daniel is capable of getting... More
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