Tag Archive: electronic arts

Madden NFL 21 and FIFA 21 get next-gen versions/upgrades on December 4th

PS5, Xbox Series X|S versions of Madden NFL 21 and FIFA 21 are set to roll out a few weeks after console launches.

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NHL 21 review for PS4, Xbox One

NHL 21 ends this generation of sports games with quite the showing.

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EA Access and Origin Access services rebranded as EA Play

Electronic Arts’s somewhat confusingly titled subscription services are getting a new name.

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Need for Speed Heat review for PS4, Xbox One, PC

Need for Speed Heat is a pretty good Need for Speed game, which is certainly nice to see again.

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Island Living expansion for The Sims 4 is coming soon

Take your Sims for a swim when the new expansion hits PC on June 21st and consoles on July 16th.

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EA is taking it to the streets with VOLTA Football in FIFA 20

VOLTA Football is a new mode for FIFA 20 that brings the local flair back to football.

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Check out the near 14 minute gameplay demo for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

Lots of new, in-game footage of the upcoming Star Wars action title from Respawn.

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EA Access launching for PS4 in July

After all this time we kinda never expected EA to bother bringing their all-you-can-play game service to the PS4, but beginning in July, they officially are.

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Apex Legends review for PS4, Xbox One, PC

A free-to-play Battle Royale game from the studio behind Titanfall that is well worth your time.

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Fe review for Xbox One, PS4, Switch

Me(h).

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Need for Speed: Payback review for PS4, Xbox One

There’s a good racing game in Need for Speed: Payback, but chances are you’ll have a tough time finding it.

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Mirror’s Edge Catalyst review for Xbox One, PS4, PC

This is Faith 2.0

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Unravel review for Xbox One, PS4, PC

Yoshi and Kirby aren’t the only ones having fun with yarn. Enter Yarny!

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EA Origin Access service is now available for PC/Mac gamers

Endless PC gaming, discounts and early access to new releases for only $4.99 a month.

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Why previewing the Final Hours of Dragon Age: Inquisition has me anticipating other people’s reviews

Dragon Age Inquisition has me glad I’m not reviewing it, but even more glad to have gotten my hands on it. What could make a person feel that way?

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EA reveals EA Access program for Xbox One

Want to free EA games, exclusive discounts and early access to new releases? Then you’ll have to pay up.

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Peggle 2 review for Xbox One

Peggle 2 provide more ball-bouncing, peg-shattering action, but doesn’t do enough to differentiate itself from the original, while lacking a couple core features fans have come to expect.

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