Michael’s back with one of his favorite Bond games of all time for this week’s Retro Game Friday. It’s James Bond 007: Nightfire!
Ghost Games and EA have been blown away by the millions of insane rides that have been created on NFS Heat Studio, the car customization app linked to the upcoming street racer Need for Speed Heat. Just last month they announced that players spent an average of 24 minutes in-app to create the most stylish, incredible designs, which resulted in over 2 million unique customs created. To celebrate the community’s creativity, five fans that participated in the NFS Heat Studio Showcase contest have been chosen to have their unique designs featured in the actual launch trailer. But the custom rides … Continue reading Top Customized Player Cars Featured in Need For Speed Heat Launch Trailer
GiN Javelin Pilot Jevon Jenkins has taken to the skies, and the fields, caves and cities of the pending Anthem game from BioWare and EA Games. His beta review tells us what we can expect when the game releases on Friday, and it looks like it will be very good.
It’s that magic time of year again when Todd attempts to predict the Superbowl outcome using the Madden NFL game. This year we have the perennial contender New England Patriots battling the hungry Los Angeles Rams for football glory. Who will win? Let’s start the Hardcore bowl and find out!
EA Dice recently released the sixteenth game in the Battlefield series. The newly released Battlefield game is titled Battlefield V. like other titles of the past, Battlefield V is a first-person shooter game that comes in both the single player and the multiplayer modes. Currently, players can access and play the game on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Microsoft Windows. Also, the game is available to play at a casino online of your choice. Plot Like a number of previous Battlefield games, Battlefield V is divided into episodic war stories. What this therefore means is that the player can opt … Continue reading Player Review of the Battlefield V Game
CNN is reporting that at least 11 people were shot at the GLHF Game Bar in Jacksonville, Florida on Sunday. The group was participating in a videogame tournament for the new Madden 19 game. The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office has confirmed that at least four people are dead. EA Sports was quick to respond to the news on their official Twitter account, first stating as the terrible news was breaking, “We are aware of an incident at a sanctioned Madden Championship Series competition in Jacksonville. We are working with authorities to gather facts at this stage.” Once the worst had been … Continue reading Mass Shooting Reported at Videogame Tournament
Electronic Arts kicked off the E3 press conferences with a rousing show that did everything it could to make up for the sins of the past year, including hosting a simultaneous three-day gaming festival where anyone could pick up and play the latest and greatest EA Games.
Like most of us here at GiN, Todd will be watching all the major E3 Expo press conferences with a careful eye. Given the state of the market, and what happened last year, who will most wow their fans this time around? Bethesda? Sony? EA? Microsoft? Ubisoft? Nintendo? It’s time!
Today, EA Mobile’s popular building game SimCity BuildIt is adding a new Club Wars feature, that introduces real-time player vs player (PvP) action to the iconic city-building experience for the first time in the franchise. With Club Wars, players who are at level 18 or higher and part of a Mayor’s Club can declare war on other cities. Once the battle begins, teams can unleash crazy disasters on opponents — like the Disco Twister and Plant Monster — to damage the opposing city while watching the wreckage happen live. Cities will repair themselves after the battle, and winning cities will … Continue reading SimCity BuildIt Game Adding PvP Battles
As gamers, we love to complain about developers and publishers when they screw up, or when they turn seemingly tone deaf to our requests and demands. But sometimes, they get it wonderfully correct. Here are three recent examples of smart efforts to do great games right.