publisher Electronic Arts has received a fair amount of backlash over the usual design decisions with their games. Loot boxes, static gameplay mechanics from year-to-year, and many more issues are consistent with fans. We’ve seen most of this before, but something new has just occurred that is a bit of unusual territory for EA and
Like with many countries in Europe, there has been a marked resurgence in racism and far-right politics as a scapegoat for other, deeper, societal problems. And it seems like Bulgaria has this problem too, as a recent incident during a football match with England illustrated. The crises of late Capitalism intensify as time passes, and
Back during E3 2019, EA detailed the latest entry into their major sports franchise, that franchise being FIFA. With FIFA 20, the developer is looking to push the overall gameplay experience into a much more realistic field. A huge part of this shift involves a new game mode called Volta. This mode puts players into
So the headlines for this EA Play event ahead of E3 2019 are all the expected big names. FIFA and other sports titles are some of EA’s biggest money-makers so of course they get a pretty high spot on the billing. And with the announcement of FIFA 20, gamers and sports fans can look forward
The whole shebang kicks off at 9:30am PDT at the Hollywood Palladium with Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order leading the charge. This is probably one of the more intensely popular and anticipated games that EA could reveal. And following that, there will be a rotating roster of new reveals dropping throughout the 3 hours of
Dutch outlets including Metro and Nieuwsblad reported earlier today that the Belgian Gaming Commission may be pursuing legal action against some game companies over their refusal to follow the law.
E3 is here! And EA’s kicking things off nice and early this year with its EA Play event, which is live from 7pm BST. What to expect? Well, you kind of know that already – there’ll be Anthem, Battlefield 5 and FIFA, the token indie game announce to try and convince everyone EA’s not totally
A new update is heading to FIFA 2018 from Electronic Arts. This time the update focuses on the upcoming 2018 Football World Cup that takes place in Russia during the month of June. EA is putting out a free content update that includes a deluge of new content themed around the worlds biggest sporting event