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E3 2018: EA press conference highlights include Star Wars, Anthem and more
E3 2018 is off to a start today with EA announcing many new things at its EA Play event. We got news of release dates, Star Wars and more.
Hands-on preview: Star Wars Battlefront 2 multiplayer beta
EA is currently hosting an online multiplayer beta for Star Wars Battlefront 2. This sequel promises to offer a lot more content than the first game.
New Star Wars Battlefront 2 trailer showcases every game mode and map
EA has now released a new trailer for Star Wars Battlefront 2 showcasing every game mode and map that the highly anticipated sequel has.
Star Wars Battlefront 2 set to be bigger and better than the first
EA's first Star Wars Battlefront game was met with mixed reactions due to the lack of content available at launch. The sequel looks better.
Star Wars Battlefront Beta Impressions
EA and DICE held a public beta for the highly anticipated Star Wars Battlefront where players got a small taste of the game.
Star Wars Battlefront trailer looks amazing
The new Star Wars Battlefront trailer has been released earlier today and it looks amazing.
The road to survival for small NZ fibre providers
Chorus are steadily rolling out UFB fibre across New Zealand, and as they do, they are encroaching on areas where a number of smaller regional providers hold a substantial market share.
It’s World Cup fever as FIFA 14 gets a Brazilian makeover
EA's FIFA 14 gets retooled with a Brazilian festival atmosphere for 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil.
EA April fools joke lambasted
Yesterday saw the annual April fools jokes doing the rounds, but occasionally a joke goes to far.
It's arrived, but does Titanfall deliver?
It’s the day that Xbox One fans have been waiting for, EA Games and Respawn Entertainment’s sci-fi mech shooter, Titanfall is now on the shelves, but is it any good?
Titanfall servers switched on today for NZ gamers
EA, Respawn and Microsoft have announced that Australian servers will be coming online starting today to support Titanfall in Australia and New Zealand.
Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare Is A Blast
The famous Plants vs. Zombies mobile/tablet games gets revamped into a third-person shooter with Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare hitting the Xbox One and Xbox 360.
Your Titan is now ready as Titanfall is released
EA and Respawn entertainment have announced that Titanfall is now available at retail stores across New Zealand.
Register for Titanfall Beta Now!
The future of first person multiplayer action is upon us, and now’s your chance to be among the first to fall for Titanfall.
Introducing Battlefield 4 - player appreciation month...
To thank gamers for their dedication and support to BF4 - DICE and EA has announced that from 1 February 2014 they are hosting player appreciation month.
Why has EA stopped supporting Nintendo?
EA has supposedly gone on record to explain why the publisher has pulled its support of Nintendo and most notably the Wii U platform. An anonymous EA source said; "Nintendo was dead to us very quickly."
EA face lawsuit for Battlefield 4
<p>It seems as if the on-going issues with EA's AAA title Battlefield 4 have become too much to bear, with the gaming giant now facing a class action lawsuit over the release.</p>
EA and Origin PC team up to release BF4 Armoured DivisionTank
<p>Giving <em>Battlefield</em> fans a taste of the all-out warfare on <strong><em>Battlefield 4</em></strong>, Electronic Arts and Origin PC has reveaedl the "<strong><em>Battlefield 4 and Origin PC Armoured Division Tank</em></strong>".</p>
NFS Rivals showcases Ford's new Mustang
Gamers are being given the first chance to get behind the wheel of the all-new Ford Mustang.
Battlefield 4: China Rising Expansion Now Available
<p>Join the fight for dominance across the vast and majestic Chinese mainland in Battlefield 4 China Rising, available now for all Battlefield 4 Premium members.</p>
BF4 offers gamers double XP for limited period
DICE releases statement announcing its pride that Battlefield 4 is now available on five gaming platforms - since the release of Xbox One.
Battlefield 4 launches today
DICE, and Electronic Arts Inc today announced that Battlefield 4 is now available in retail stores for the Xbox 360 PlayStation 3 and PC, as well as a digital download on Origin.
Battlefield 4: PC v PS4
<p>If you were wondering how Sony’s next-gen offering would cope against the quality of PC gaming then this 5 minute side-by-side video will put your mind to rest.</p>
Mighty Ape sells out of Titanfall Collector's Edition...
The expensive Titanfall Collector's Edition is already sold out at Mighty Ape...