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Review: FIFA 19

Review: FIFA 19

FIFA 19 excels on the pitch but is a case of flawed ‘improvements’ elsewhere, writes Jeremy Bijl
Games, guerrilla marketing, and E3

Games, guerrilla marketing, and E3

Do the abundance of recent retail leaks signal a new age of clandestine advertising?
Anthem reeks of EA’s stifling over-ambition

Anthem reeks of EA’s stifling over-ambition

Anthem looks great on the surface, but under the hood there is cause for concern
Should we be worried about game servers shutting down?

Should we be worried about game servers shutting down?

The multiplayer portion of your favourite games won’t be around forever

Are Star Wars games doomed?

Are Star Wars games redeemable, or have they fallen to the dark side?

Skate 4: A new hope?

EA’s misdemeanors with Star Wars may have opened the door for the Skate series

Traps to watch out for in the AAA space

A publisher-by-publisher guide for what to guard against in the coming years

Why FIFA is the root of the lootbox infection

‘It’s in the game’ has never sounded more sinister

Review: Star Wars: Battlefront II

A game that promised to be marmite but delivered mediocrity

EA temporarily disables all microtransactions in Battlefront II

Players can currently only progress with gameplay

EA deserves no praise for lowering microtransaction costs

Star Wars: Battlefront II remains a symbol of EA’s contempt for the consumer

Review: FIFA 18

Does FIFA justify yet another purchase?

Why E3 2016 may be the best year yet

E3 2016 is less than two months away so it is time to start getting hyped up. Can Microsoft, Nintendo, Sony and the rest deliver some blow-out news that will make this years E3 the best in a long while?

Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 – Preview

Plants Vs Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 was mad available at Gamescom 2015 and what was Connor McBride’s opinion of the game?

Preview: Unravel

Join Connor McBride as he unravels the mystery of why Unravel is one of his Games of the Year after playing it at Gamescom 2015

The CoD-Fathers’ Newest Game

Alasdair Preston explores why Titanfall will make a splash when it drops later this year.

Server chaos renders Sim City unplayable

Sim City was temporarily pulled from the Amazon store, causing chaos for the always online game.

Dead Space 3

Dead Space 3 ups the action, but is it still scary?

Where did it all go wrong for Pro Evo?

Shanda Moorghen looks at fall of Pro Evo and the rise of FIFA

Need For Speed: Most Wanted Preview

EA demos new Need for Speed in Piccadilly Gardens, here are our first impressions

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