Tag Archives: EA

Review: Mirror’s Edge Catalyst

The original Mirror’s Edge was an impressive AAA anomaly for its time. A single player game set in an oppressive, yet beautiful future,¬†focused on running and parkour and all from a studio that was almost entirely known for competitive online … Continue reading

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Dead Space as a metaphor for a flailing and directionless EA

The Dead Space series is a weird one for me. As I’ve said before, I am a total wimp who doesn’t like horror anything but for some reason, Dead Space interested me from the moment it was announced and I’ve … Continue reading

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The EApocalypse

Man, it’s been a shit year for Electronic Arts so far hasn’t it? Rarely in the good graces of gamers at the best of times, the world’s second largest publisher (and once the largest by a country mile) has just … Continue reading

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When Popularity Trumps Principles

If you’re a reader of this blog or really just a savvy media consumer, you don’t need me to tell you that DRM sucks, it doesn’t work and it only serves to punish customers for a fight against piracy that … Continue reading

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So That Was E3 2012

This week went by super fast for me. Some of that was because work was a non-stop cascade of crazy but it was also because of E3. For as many faults as the show’s structure has, I love it. It’s … Continue reading

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