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EA has released a brand new trailer for Dragon Age: Inquisition! See the Hero of Thedas trailer below.
Check out the first ever footage of Dragon Age: Inquisition running on the PS4. EA announced today that Dragon Age: Inquisition will run at 1080p on PS4.
Following Best Buy’s $7.99 sale on Call of Duty Black Ops II a couple of weeks ago. The electronic giant has now discounted Mass Effect 3 Special Edition on Wii U for $7.99. You can order online, then pick up your copy in-store.
Join us for an in-depth look at the crafting and customization systems of Dragon Age: Inquisition. Personalize your Inquisition by customizing your followers’ gear and combat tactics. Collect recipes used to create powerful upgrades and potent items. Explore the world and gather ingredients to craft one-of-a-kind items!
According to popular YouTube PC Gamer TotalBiscuit, Warner Bros’ Middle -Earth Shadow of Mordor was given out early on PC to “a bunch of YouTube channels for brand deals.” Get TotalBiscuit’s full tweets below.
Check out 19 minutes of new footage from Dragon Age Inquisition on the Xbox One. Remember, this is the Xbox One version….
Battlefield 4 had some issues when it launched in 2013. Battlefield Hardline is looking to avoid the same pitfalls its predecessor had. Apparently, the game ‘will work’ at launch according to Visceral Games’ Creative Director Ian Miham.
Madden 15 has already received a significant price drop on Amazon, despite launching at the end of August. You can pick up the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions of the game for $39.99, while the PS4 and Xbox One versions will run you $49.99. That’s a savings of $20 and $10 respectively. Grab your copy of Madden 15 here.
Many features are not included on the PS4 & Xbox One versions of EA’s NHL 15. Pat & Ian discuss what’s happening.
Former Baltimore Ravens Running-back Ray Rice cut from Madden 15 After Vicious Domestic Violence Video is Relased by TMZ
The picture above is NOT Ray Rice, that is Richard Sherman
Just as a heads-up to all you Madden players out there. Former Baltimore Ravens running-back Ray Rice has been completely cut from Madden 15. So the next time you update your game, not only will Rice be off the Raven’s roster, but out of the game completely. This comes after TMZ released a video of Rice knocking out his fiance (now wife) Janay Rice in an elevator, then dragging her body halfway out. To add good measure he kicked her once to try to wake her up after her head slammed against the elevator railing from the left hook he gave her. PlayerEssence does not condone domestic violence in any way, shape, or form. Source: Yahoo
I didn’t know EA Sports signed a deal with The Great Gazoo. How or why this would happen is beyond me, lol. Via: Yahoo
EA wants to make $1 billion off microtransactions and DLC this year, and this video shows how they plan to reach that goal. Warning, suggestive racial content.
EA is completely lazy when it comes to Madden. The Source Code – Versuz on YouTube has revealed that Madden 15’s AI is identical to madden 10 on the Xbox 360. EA is completely re-using AI code from each year, instead of building new code, and fixing past problems.
Check out this crazy ad for Madden 15 featuring Kevin Hart, Colin Kapernick, Von Miller, and a bunch of celebs. Sadly for EA, this is the best thing about Madden 15.
Jim Sterling discusses EA’s new Access program in the latest Jimquistion. How does he feel about it? I think the title says it all.
Microsoft has confirmed two new bundles for the Xbox One. Sunset Overdrive will be getting a white Xbox One bundle. The Richard ‘Big Bang Attack’ Sherman bundle
is also planned. Both bundles come without Kinect. Pricing on the Sunset Overdrive bundle was not disclosed. The Madden 15 bundle will come with a digital copy of the game, some Ultimate Team pro-packs, and a price tag of $399.99. More details and info here.
Pat & Ian discuss the EA Access paid streaming game subscription service coming to Xbox One. Source: Pat the NES Punk
Microsoft and EA have teamed up to bring users another subscription service to the Xbox One called: EA Access. This service has users paying $4.99 a month to get full game downloads of select EA games, in addition to netting discounts on DLC and full games. More details past the link.
Join us for an in-depth look at the multi-faceted combat system of Dragon Age: Inquisition. Learn how to command the battle with a demonstration of both real-time action and the strategic tactical camera.