EA’s Ultimate Team Mode Violates California State Gambling Laws, Says Kevin Ramirez

A state that you won’t catch yours truly dead in is actively filing a class-action lawsuit against EA for FIFA and Madden. The two games contain elements that violate the gambling laws of California, which can be attributed to the two games housing the Ultimate Team mode. Continue reading “EA’s Ultimate Team Mode Violates California State Gambling Laws, Says Kevin Ramirez”

EA Is Considering Video Game Price Hike Next-Gen, According To Andrew Wilson

After Take-Two, Ubisoft, and Capcom expressed interest in price hikes next-gen, it looks like EA — who is on the Traitors of America master list — has joined the fray and is considering raising its video game prices when the PS5 and Xbox Series X rolls around. Continue reading “EA Is Considering Video Game Price Hike Next-Gen, According To Andrew Wilson”

EA Announces EA Access Coming To Steam, But It Still Requires Origin

Electronic Arts is bringing its subscription service known as EA Access from Origin, PS4, and Xbox One to Steam sometime “soon.” In other words, the company that hosts waifu witch hunts and the infamous taste police will allow EA to bolster Origin in its new sneaky ploy. Continue reading “EA Announces EA Access Coming To Steam, But It Still Requires Origin”

Star Wars: Squadrons’ Low Price Point Is Due To Scale And Value, Claims Blake Jorgensen

Given that publishers and developers are gearing up to increase prices moving into the “next-generation” of gaming, talk of $69.99 and $79.99 becoming the base price to purchase a new game is growing all the more prominent around the games industry. However, EA — a company on the ever-growing Traitors of America list — and Motive Studios are looking to ship Star Wars: Squadrons at almost half the standard price come this October. Continue reading “Star Wars: Squadrons’ Low Price Point Is Due To Scale And Value, Claims Blake Jorgensen”

Electronic Arts Is “More Interested Than Ever” In Acquiring A Big Studio

After Electronic Arts recently published its first-quarter results, the company had a call featuring execs such as Andrew Wilson and Blake Jorgensen. During said call, the latter name noted that EA is “more interested than ever” in acquiring “big assets” or studios moving forward. Continue reading “Electronic Arts Is “More Interested Than Ever” In Acquiring A Big Studio”

EA Sports UFC 4 Overhauls Submission System To Mirror WWE 2K

UFC 4

It seemed like EA Sports UFC 3 just came out, yet they already have a fourth game in the works for Xbox One and PS4. The new game received an overview trailer clocking in at nearly four and a half minutes, covering the high impact moments, the real-player movement for the clench and takedowns, and an overall ground-and-pound and submission system. Continue reading “EA Sports UFC 4 Overhauls Submission System To Mirror WWE 2K”

BioWare Is Making Progress On The Next Dragon Age Game, As Per Mark Darrah

With the coronavirus going around, some developers aren’t able to execute tasks like before. With that said, BioWare is a team that’s now working from home while developing the next Dragon Age game. Despite all of this, the executive producer at BioWare notes that the next Dragon Age game is still shaping up during these tough times. Continue reading “BioWare Is Making Progress On The Next Dragon Age Game, As Per Mark Darrah”

Crysis Retro Review: The Most Technically Achieved FPS To Date

Crysis Retro Review

Title: Crysis
Genre: First-Person Shooter
Platforms: PC
Developer: Crytek
Publisher: Electronic Arts
Release Date: November 13th, 2007

It’s bizarre to me that a headline for a retro review of a 13-year-old game could contain a truth that has not been and will not be (for the foreseeable future) challenged nor rendered obsolete given the current state of gaming. And no, you didn’t read it wrong. Crysis, for better or for worse, is still the most technically achieved first-person shooter to date, and there isn’t a game in sight that seems intent on dethroning the king. It’s embarrassing how far the gaming industry has regressed since 2007, but that’s just how the dice fell. Continue reading “Crysis Retro Review: The Most Technically Achieved FPS To Date”

EA And Final Strike Games’ Rocket Arena PC Numbers Are Looking Sad, As Per Reports

EA and Final Strike Games released Rocket Arena for PC, PS4, and Xbox One on July 14th, 2020, but the numbers for PC via Steam are looking like a case of “get woke, go broke” as per new reports. Continue reading “EA And Final Strike Games’ Rocket Arena PC Numbers Are Looking Sad, As Per Reports”

EA Censors Redskins Name And Logo Into Something Generic For Madden NFL 21

Madden NFL 21 will gain a new update courtesy of EA — who is on the Traitors of America list — that will change the Washington Redskin’s team name and logo to something “generic” due to the symbolism of the “Redskins” being “controversial.” An Electronic Arts spokesperson recently sent out a letter acknowledging that the changes will go beyond graphical updates. Continue reading “EA Censors Redskins Name And Logo Into Something Generic For Madden NFL 21”

Army Of Two: The 40th Day Retro Review: A Manly Co-op Game From A Bygone Era

Army of Two 40th Day Review

Title: Army of Two: The 40th Day
Genre: Third-Person Shooter
Players: 1 – 2 (co-op online or split-screen)
Platforms: Xbox 360, PS3
Developer: EA Montreal
Publisher: Electronic Arts
Release Date: January 12th, 2010

They really don’t make ’em like this anymore. As some of you know I’ve gone back to playing and reviewing older games since almost every new AAA title is filled with pozzed degeneracy and Left-wing propaganda. Now while I don’t have a whole lot of good to say about Army of Two: The 40th Day, which is a sequel to the 2008 outing of Army of Two, I can readily say that it’s a testosterone-filled third-person shooter that sits at home as a decent (if not moderately entertaining) Gears of War clone that came out during the heyday of the brown-and-gray palette monopoly. Continue reading “Army Of Two: The 40th Day Retro Review: A Manly Co-op Game From A Bygone Era”

EA Wants To Double Down On LucasArts And Disney Partnership To Make More Star Wars Games

It looks like there’s going to be more Star Wars from EA in the foreseeable future. In a recent investor call, company CEO Andrew Wilson touched on the success of the license currently under EA and how the partnership between LucasArts and Disney will strengthen moving forward. Continue reading “EA Wants To Double Down On LucasArts And Disney Partnership To Make More Star Wars Games”

Electronic Arts Announces New Rules For Online Play To Curb Racism, Sexism, And Homophobia

Electronic Arts or EA is spending money on different programs and tools to curb racism, sexism, homophobia, and harassment when it comes to its online games. In other words, names, speech, and actions will be heavily watched to prevent players from becoming “evil Internet boogeymen.” Continue reading “Electronic Arts Announces New Rules For Online Play To Curb Racism, Sexism, And Homophobia”