Tagged:  EA


Keeping the Faith in Mirror’s Edge

Written by (@galactic_rhyme) on June 11, 2013 in News

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Yesterday, during EA’s E3 media presentation, it was finally confirmed that DICE had resumed work on the long awaited return of Mirror’s Edge. Still early in production, it will be a while before the game will be hitting the store shelves. Long enough that there doesn’t appear to be any plans (at least not as… Read More »

Review: Fuse

Written by on June 8, 2013 in


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When Insomniac Games first showed Overstrike (the studio’s first multiplatform game) at E3 2011, the trailer was bright, colorful and showed signs of Insomniac Games doing something somewhat different in a sea of grey shooters. Then, we learned that the graphical style had been overhauled and the name had been changed to Fuse. Suddenly, the bright colorful… Read More »

Review: SimCity

Written by on May 13, 2013 in


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SimCity is one of those classic, time-sucking franchises that egged me on to play for just another five minutes. Of course, another five minutes easily turned into hours and hours. Knowing this as I write up my SimCity review, I openly admit that there are some fond, rose-colored memories attached to my opinions of this… Read More »


The Mommy Gamers 34: Don’t Feed the Trolls

Written by (@jaxboxchick) on April 17, 2013 in The Mommy Gamers Podcast

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Elaine took the week off so that Desirai and Marcia could chat with Susan Wilson, an amazing mother of three who is helping her nine year old daughter raise money to create her very own RPG! Susan shares her experiences, both the good and the bad, and is finally able to speak out about some… Read More »

How Dead Island Helped Deep Silver Become “Better” Than EA, Activision & Ubisoft

Written by (@katanasquirrel) on April 10, 2013 in Opinion

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In speaking with Game Informer, Deep Silver’s COO, Geoff Mulligan, had some choice words about triple-A development. “People say, ‘Oh, you acquired Volition and Metro, you’re going to be a triple-A publisher. What separates us from a triple-A publisher is that I don’t really have a desire to be a triple-A publisher. I actually think… Read More »


You Should Have Played This: Sim Tower

Written by (@phneri) on April 9, 2013 in Features, [email protected]

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Sim City is pretty much dead and buried (save for the parts where it seems to work now), so I’d rather not start with an extended metaphor on the botched launch or series of lies that have been told to consumers about the product. Instead I want to talk about making a terrible place to… Read More »

SimCity Closed Beta Hands On

Written by (@shibachica) on February 27, 2013 in Opinion

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I have been a planner for most of my life. Sure, I may fall short at planning my actual life but in the virtual world I have the power of a god. At the very least I have the power of a leader among men… ok I am a pretty decent virtual Mayor. That’s right…. Read More »

Review: Dead Space 3

Written by on February 15, 2013 in


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Dead Space 2 was my game of 2011. Given that, one could safely assume some high expectations for the third game in the series. And while Dead Space 3 generally delivers, some odd design choices and an atrocious DLC scheme make for a game that’s harder to recommend. Dead Space 3 continues the adventures of… Read More »


Broke Nerdcast: Party Pack of Neckbones 2: The Reckoning

Written by (@therealbigwall) on December 29, 2012 in Broke Nerdcast, Podcasts

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Jay and Wally are joined by Brian Powers again to hammer out the best that 2012 had to offer! The guys argue over the best movie, discuss how good TV has gotten, and Wally makes a surprising pick for his Game of the Year! The guys also discuss the appeal of Storage Wars, the local… Read More »

EA Releases Trailer on How to Survive SimCity Disasters

Written by (@shibachica) on October 15, 2012 in News

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The latest SimCity promotional trailer from Electronic Arts demonstrates how best to survive the random, potentially catastrophic, disasters. There are several flavors of disasters that may befall any city ranging from the more common tornados and earthquakes to the more shocking meteor showers and alien invasion. In the trailer there are several sample cities and where… Read More »