Titanfall might not have a single player campaign, but its lore on why there are giant robots and civilian militias fighting off the criminal forces of the Interstellar Manufacturing Corporation is quite elaborate.
Behold, minions. The time has come for you to build, ravage, destroy and collect riches. This iOS port of a PC classic gives real time strategy/tower defense/rpg players the chance to build up their own dungeon while destroying everyone else’s. It’s a battle for evil supremacy and it’s a lot of fun to play. If you’ve got the time.
Ghost Games, formally known as EA Gothenburg until a recent rebranding, was just hit with multiple layoffs and any progress made towards the next Need for Speed title has hit a red light.
Microsoft tossing in a $10 Xbox gift card code for pre-ordering physical copies of Titanfall is making fans of the digital marketplace worry.
Respawn Entertainment's Titanfall has apparently reached the closed alpha stage. For most titles in development, a closed alpha build usually means that the people playing/testing it are not supposed to be uploading videos of their gameplay online and are in a non-disclosure agreement with the developers. But come on, it's the Internet!
FIFA 14 has made it to mobile devices and is looking to put big time soccer fun in the palm of your hands. Does this shrunken football game have what it takes to stand up to its console cousins, or does it run out of stamina before getting halfway down the pitch?
Just in time for the August and September rushes of fantasy football drafts, Electronic Arts has released Madden NFL 25 for the iOS format. NFL 25 allows you to build your own squad of gridiron gods from a roster consisting of over 1,500 actual players, and have them bash heads on both the single-player and multiplayer fields. Using a card-based system similar to that of the defunct Madden NFL Social, is Madden NFL 25 worthy of an end zone dance? Or is it one giant fumble?
E3 2013 is upon us, so let’s grab a giant platter of sushi news and bite down on the best pieces of the EA and Ubisoft press conferences that hit the web on June 10, 2013.
Start your engines and get ready to race with this new teaser trailer.