Battlefield 1 NDA is lifted and Battlefront gets new content!
In this episode of Let’s Get Critical we dive deep into the world of Mirror’s Edge Catalyst. Catalyst isn’t a sequel to the original Mirror’s Edge – a game which didn’t sell that well, but received critical praise and eventually became a cult classic. We dig into the story and discuss whether or not the […]
Jarret and Nick discuss the deets from E3 2015.
168 hours of Battlefield 4 Game Time for those that take advantage of this promotion.
EA says that EA Access is for everyone and doesn't require an XBox Live subscription.
Playstation now open beta, EA Access, Rainbow Six Siege multiplayer, Crytek financial troubles and more.
Sony doesn't give it's customers the option of choosing EA Access.
EA Access to give players access to games and discounts.
Covering all the major media briefings and then some.
In this podcast we discuss new EA troubles, PAX’s Diversity Lounge’s, YouTube content controversy, and more.
CoD Ghosts install is looking to be a whopping 50 gigabytes, and that shocks Joel a little. We also discuss Steam Machine specs, Playstation embracing mobile, Microsofts data collection, and asking too much of the players.
The man responsible for leaking a lot of info on Microsoft’s Durango is feeling the true meaning of raiding. Also PS4 won’t run PSN games from PS3, EA is dedicated to Microtransactions, Ubisoft wants the PC community to take them back, and Cliffy B talks about industry turmoil.
Microsoft may be looking to merge Skype into all of their voice applications, including XBox Live. Now you can harrass your friends to get online while they do “other activities”. Also, PS3 overtakes 360 in worldwide sales, Mass. removes violent video games from rest stops, and EA/Bioware catches flack for their gay/ghetto planet.