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Neill Blomkamp presents Conviction, a short film about Anthem

Anthem's arrival is imminent, and both EA and BioWare are working hard to increase the hype awaiting debut, for example with the recent trailer. As part of the robust marketing campaign ...

Respawn Entertainment completes the handover to EA

Electronics Arts had announced, the November 9, that it would acquire Respawn Entertainment, author of the popular Titanfall series. The terms of the agreement require Respawn to be integrated into the EA Worldwide Studios organization chart, with an injection of funds ...

EA shares fall by three billion dollars, but the company will not abandon ...

It's not every day that you get a video game license contract for a franchise like Star Wars. This is a unique opportunity, which alone would have potentially guaranteed to EA ...

EA broke the record comment with more downvotes in the history of ...

In Star Wars: Battlefront II, heroes must be unlocked before they can be used in games. Unblocking occurs with the acquisition of credits, which are obtained by playing: you need about 40h of game for each ...

Respawn does not fear EA can shut her down

A few days ago, Electronics Arts completed the acquisition of Respawn, the developers of Titanfall. On paper this looks like good news, but dev fans feared that Respawn would follow the same, ...
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Electronic Arts has a crisis of conscience

When we talk about Electronic Arts, one of the first things that comes to mind is the EA Sports section and all the releases that come out on time every year like the taxes on our ...

Super Rare Games announces seven new physical games for Switch

Collectors rejoice! Super Rare Games has announced seven new limited editions for Nintendo Switch that will arrive in the near future. Titles include Dandara: ...

The mayor of Boston asks Sony not to worry about ...

After Sony's announcement of not participating in PAX East, the mayor of Boston asked the company to rethink it.

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