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How would Dead Space 4 have been?

In a recent interview granted to Eurogamer, the former creative director of the Dead Space series, Ben Wanat, revealed which direction a possible Dead Space 4 would develop. The sequel to Dead Space 3 was ...

EA returns to talk about Anthem and its launch window

EA has committed to publish Anthem by March 2019. During a financial conference with analysts, EA's Blake Jorgensen stated that "it will be marketed in the last quarter of the year and in the last month of that ...
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EA's AI who learned to play alone in Battlefield

The EA Neural Network alone learned to play Battlefield 1 and the publisher showed a video of the company at GDC 2018. SEED (Search for Extraordinary Experiences Division, Research Division ...

Confirmed the postponement of Anthem, during the year will receive another title of Electronic Arts

Anthem should have been published towards the end of this year. A Kotaku report last week had already announced a possible postponement of the title because, according to anonymous site sources, the goal ...

Star Wars Battlefront II does not meet EA's goals, and microtransactions soon reintroduced

Even though Star Wars Battlefront II, DICE's first-person multiplayer shooter, has sold nine million copies, it has remained well over a million copies below the prudent ...

French Senator talks about the loot box in a letter to the gambling commission

The recent controversy over the Star Wars Battlefront II loot boxes really raised a crawl space. The use he makes of this feature has made both Belgium and Hawaii ...

Loot Box to Ban?

The Belgian site VTM announces that the Gaming Commission has investigated the loot boxes in video games, especially putting under the magnifying glass guess who? Obviously EA with Star Wars: Battlefront ...
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Respawn Zampel Wins About EA Acquisition

In an interview with GamesBeat, Vince Zampella of Respawn and Patrick Soderlund of EA sat down to talk about the acquisition of Respawn announced yesterday by EA. There is a fear that EA's influence may change Respawn ...

Skyrim - the mod skyblivion shows itself in the trailer

Skyblivion, the fan made project to bring Oblivion to modern times within Skyrim is about to reach its completion. If you remember, not too ...

New information emerges for Dragon Ball Z Kakarot

According to what emerged from the pages of the Japanese magazine V-Jump, the Cell saga will also be present in Dragon Ball Z Kakarot.

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