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DICE reveals more Mirror’s Edge details in this E3 video
Work on the new Mirror’s Edge title is ongoing, as this video shown during EA’s E3 press event confirms.
Battlefield: Hardline beta opens today, first-come first-served
Do you want to play Battlefield: Hardline? Then get over to the Battlefield website NOW NOW NOW NOW.
Criterion’s new game features ATVs, wingsuits, helicopters, jetskis
Criterion are apparently working on a new game. It’s a way off – clearly displayed by the untextured terrain and stock explosions – but they think it’s so amazing that they wanted to show it anyway.
The Sims 4 dated for September
The first genuinely interesting thing from EA’s E3 press conference is the release date for The Sims 4: 2 September.
Star Wars: Battlefront details coming spring 2015
I hope you weren’t expecting E3 2014 to contain lots of news about Star Wars: Battlefront, because it apparently won’t.
Dragon Age: Inquisition has a new E3 2014 teaser
I thought all the Dragon Age: Inquisition footage would be showing up at the EA press event, but I was incorrect.
Mirror’s Edge concept art appears just in time for E3
First of all, it’s very confusing that the follow-up to Mirror’s Edge is going to be called Mirror’s Edge.
Battlefield 4 High Frequency Network PC update released
DICE has released a High Frequency Network update for the PC version of Battlefield 4, in the hopes it will improve stability.
Titanfall’s Capture the Flag playlists return on PC
Capture the Flag playlists in the PC version of Titanfall have performed an amazing resurrection.
The Sims 4 gets a Create-A-Sim trailer
A new trailer has popped up for The Sims 4, focusing on the absurdly powerful Create-A-Sim tool.
Titanfall DLC going on an Expedition tomorrow
Titanfall‘s Expedition DLC is due to hit tomorrow, and there’s a new trailer showing off what it includes.
EA server shutdowns condemn Battlefield 1942 to multiplayer history
Another round of PC servers is on EA’s chopping block, including Battlefield 1942 and Command & Conquer: Generals.
More Titanfall on the way, as EA reaffirms partnership with Respawn
To the surprise of almost no-one, it sounds as if Titanfall will be an ongoing series.
EA’s 2014/15 PC game line-up is pretty much what you’d expect
No alarms and no surprises in EA’s upcoming 2014/15 PC games line-up, but the publisher does have things in the works for March 2015 onwards.
FIFA 14′s Premiership Team of the Season gives you the best of balls
Just in case you haven’t already spent enough money on FIFA 14′s Ultimate Team mode, here are some more virtual cards to ponder.
Dragon Age: Inquisition arrives 7 October, like everything else
If you have an interest in Dragon Age: Inquisition, Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor and Alien: Isolation then prepare to spend a fair amount of money on 7 October.
New Dragon Age: Inquisition screen shows a scarecrow
HOLY SHIT: scarecrows confirmed for Dragon Age: Inquisition. I type this story with sweaty, shaking hands.
FIFA 14 Ultimate Team Gold Rare packs given out free while EA fixes bug
People playing the “Ultimate Team” mode of FIFA 14 may have noticed a couple of free Gold Rare 25k packs in their team inventory.
Battlefield 4 “upgrading hardware” to deal with server rubber-banding
You kind of wonder how many statements about being definitely very serious and committed and how this is a top priority DICE will make before they begin to lose meaning.
Origin ditches physical copies from their store
Love it or loathe it there’s changes over at Origin that will affect every PC gamer who prefers a hard copy of their games.
Battlefield 4 Naval Strike delayed on PC
Battlefield 4′s Naval Strike DLC was due out today on PC (if you were a premium member, that is,) but DICE is holding the release back due to the discovery of “an issue.” That’s the information coming from the official Battlefield blog (via the ever-dependable Blues.)
There aren’t any details about what the specific issue is, but hey, if DICE is working to mend something Battlefield 4 related before it comes out rather than just releasing it and hoping to patch it up afterwards, we shouldn’t give them too much grief.
Battlefield 4 updated on PC with huge list of fixes
Last time you opened up Battlefield 4 on Origin, it should’ve downloaded a fairly substantial patch.
Titanfall preload up on Origin in North America, is 50GB
If you fancy getting a head start on downloading Titanfall for the PC, and you live in North America (or know your way around a VPN,) it’s now up for preloading on EA’s Origin system.
Dragon Age: Inquisition trailer shows some pretty scenery
Are you ready for a travelogue style montage of the realms and landscapes of Dragon Age: Inquisition?
Titanfall launch trailer drops in one week early
I was moaning yesterday that a good chunk of the Titanfall advertising is neglecting to mention the PC version, but I can’t level that complaint at this ‘launch’ trailer because right there at the end it does indeed mention our platform of choice.
Battlefield 4 netcode is next on DICE’s laundry list of fixes
Battlefield 4 still doesn’t work quite right. You’ve probably noticed this if you’re still playing it, and DICE have posted another blog-based update about what they’re trying to do about it.
Titanfall Preview – IncGamers’ Impressions of the Beta
Peter [Parrish]: Titanfall is a game in which cowboy wizards compete to conjure mechanised body suits from the sky, run sideways on walls and rodeo one another into submission.