Summary [9.0 out of 10] While mildly repetitive, Dead Space is one of the most surprising games this year. Not only has it redefined the control scheme made famous in Resident Evil 4, but it has also proven its self worthy of being crowned the best horror game of all time. Introduction In 1999, Konami […]
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Electronics Arts has announced plans to bring Army of Two to the big screen. Scott Stuber will produce the film through Stuber Productions. Scott Z. Burns has also signed on to adapt the game for the silver screen. Scott Z. Burns is most notably known for his work on The Bourne Ultimatum, which he co-wrote […]
Remember that really cool first person shooter based on the Command & Conquer series? Yeah? Well it’s been canceled by EA due to issues with the overall design that couldn’t be fixed. A Command & Conquer FPS isn’t something new; however tiberium looked really promising and the developers sounded like they actually cared about making […]
Variety reports that Zach Snyder, the director behind ‘300’ and the upcoming adaption of ‘Watchmen’ has signed a 3 game deal with EA. As of right now there aren’t many details on what kind of games he’s working on, it’s still very impressive to see such a relatively new director make the jump to video […]
In some very unexpected yet awesome news, EA has announced that Criterion Games’ smash hit, Burnout Paradise will be hitting the Playstation Network this fall. The PSN release will come complete with the upcoming Trophy support and the new ‘Bikes Pack‘ that will be hitting both the Playstation Network and Xbox Live shortly. This is […]
Nice… there was so much community crying over the super-call-home DRM that was going to go into Spore and Mass Effect PC, that EA redacted it and has gone back to classic SecuROM with a 1-time activation. W00t for online whining!
Apparently Mass Effect, PC Edition will use a ridiculous new version of the SecuROM copy projection that will phone home back to the EA authentication servers every 5-10 days you launch the game. Not just on initial launch, or even the default SecuROM behavior of checking the disk security (that causes so many launch failures […]
Â OSNews has the scoop that the games EA agreed to co-release for Mac Leopard (OS X 10.5) are actually running on top of Transgaming’s Cider emulator platform. This essentially boils down to a “Mac version of Wine” running the games and not a native port.