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How EA wants to extend its Mass Effect fanbase with Andromeda

Space has always been a big theme in games, but in 2016 publishers seemed to have a renewed interest in the genre. In 2016, we had Stellaris, EVE: Valkyrie, Kerbal Space Program, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Adrift, The Solus Project, as well as …

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EA community manager hints at Skate 4

Skate 3’s highly-awaited sequel might finally happen – or at least that’s what we can interpret from a single random tweet. Senior manager at EA’s community engagement team Daniel Lingen simply tweeted #skate4” (see below) on Friday and everyone lost it. At the time of writing, this single tweet has …

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Electronic Arts confirms EA Play for E3 2017

EA has announced it will renew its EA Play event at E3 this year. Like last year, it will replace the publisher’s traditional press conference and will take place just a few days before E3, between June 10th and June 12th. This year’s EA Play will be taking place at …

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Respawn on Titanfall’s PS4 debut, its new story mode and facing Battlefield 1 and Call of Duty

When Titanfall launched in 2014, it was a new IP brimming with potential. Made by Respawn, a new developer formed from alumni of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare studio Infinity Ward, it looked like an interesting evolution of the first person shooter genre. Titanfall took the first-person shooter mechanics Respawn …

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EA: ‘This is the biggest FIFA we have ever made’

There’s a lot to talk about with this year’s entry in the FIFA series. The developers added in a single player story mode – The Journey – that tells the tail of an up-and-coming footballer and features Mass Effect-style dialogue choices. Then there’s the small matter of the studio opting …

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