Archive for posts tagged: EA

EB Expo 2013: Can Titanfall Kill Call of Duty?


In the past two weeks, I’ve managed to get my hands on both Titanfall and Call of Duty: Dog. Please, try to restrain your jealousy for at least a few minutes, and then realise that I basically eat out of the garbage for sustenance. Push your jealousy deep, deep down so I don’t have to slap you with a half-empty can of someone else’s tuna ie my dinner, and we can both move on with our lives. Read More »

E3 2013: Command & Conquer Preview – Familiar Territory


Up until very recently though, I was fairly convinced the world would never see another Command & Conquer game. Command & Conquer 4: Tiberian Twilight was nothing short of a disaster; the death knell of the franchise, if you will. I’m pleased to report however that Command & Conquer developer Victory Games seems committed to leaving that all behind. Read More »

Fuse Review


It was only just the other day I found myself sitting in my room, twiddling my thumbs and reflecting on all the mistakes of my life. In my stupor, I thought to myself, “Boy! I sure could use a good old fashioned cover-based, third-person console shooter! It been such a long time since I’ve seen and or played one of those” And like a bolt of lightning, Fuse from Insomniac Games suddenly appeared in my hands. Read More »

E3 2013: EA Press Conference Post-Mortem


Straight from one conference to the next. Without a moment’s rest the DC crew swapped venues and headed on down to the EA pre-E3 2013 press conference. Half a dozen or so games were showcased, some expected, some majorly unexpected. Here’s our un-indepth wrap up with a few preliminary thoughts. Garden Warfare The conference opened… Read more » Read More »

4 Reasons Why You Should Be Excited For Fuse


I’m not going to blame you if you haven’t paid much attention to Insomniac’s brand spanking new multiplatform IP, Fuse. After first being revealed under the title ‘Overstrike’ way back at E3 2011, and then becoming rebranded in Augst 2012 as Fuse, the game has kept a fairly low profile. Upon its reveal, I almost immediately classed it as “another generic third person shooter I’ll never play”. Read More »

Need For Speed: Most Wanted U Review


If you asked me about cars, all I could tell you is “magic steel transport box”. I’m sure this would make the racing fans out there weep at my ignorance, however you don’t need to learn code to appreciate a video game, in the same way, I don’t need to know the difference between a Corsette and a LabourGenie (or whatever you kids these days like) to appreciate a Need for Speed game. Read More »

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