But where are all my damn Star Wars games?
EA have a ten-year licence to make Star Wars games. Over five years in, they’ve only made two, both of them remakes.
The first EA Original from indie studio Zoink is a magical forest adventure with a heavy emphasis on exploring and discovering things by yourself. And purple.
Burnout is coming back! A remastered version of Burnout Paradise is set for launch on 16th March, with a PC version heading along later in the year.
I wrote an in-depth feature for GamesRadar+ on the increasing cost of game development and just why more publishers deem it necessary to add microtransactions and loot boxes to their games.
This week: the press reacts to the closure of Visceral Games, Reddit reveals the designers behind Switch games, RiME gets praised and Sony gets told off.
EA has closed Visceral Games and declared that it will ‘pivot’ the single-player Star Wars game it was developing into something with more longevity. But are single-player games really dead?
I tried watching EA’s presentation last night. Two times. The first time I tuned in, it happened to be at … More
I ran out of time on Friday, so Spiffing Reads is a bit late this week. But just as packed … More
Dead Space 2 is easily one of the scariest games I’ve ever played, possibly only surpassed by the original and … More