(Reuters) - Electronic Arts Inc launched “Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order” on Friday, garnering strong reviews for its flagship action-adventure series that is crucial to its holiday sales, after the videogame
Electronic Arts has launched just a handful of "Star Wars" games since acquiring the publishing rights from Disney in 2014, focusing on online multiplayer games in genres with mass appeal. But the newly
In Need for Speed Heat, the elephant not in the room is microtransactions. Don’t get me wrong, having a clean game, free of that kind of icky, pocket-picking influence, is a fundamentally a good thing.
It seems December will be a huge month for Star Wars: Battlefront II. Community manager Ben Walke has confirmed on Twitter that December will be a "celebration month" for the game, with new content based
Despite The Loot Box Controversy, EA's Star Wars: Battlefront Games Are Hugely Successful - GameSpot
The Star Wars: Battlefront series from Electronic Arts is a tremendous commercial success, despite all the hullabaloo about loot boxes and microtransactions. The publisher confirmed in its latest earnings
To prepare for Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker you might want to dig into your pile of unfinished video games. The latest book from publisher DelRey, titled Star Wars: Resistance Reborn, puts some of
Star Wars Battlefront 2 players can now unlock Luke Skywalker as we first came to know him, in his Tatooine outfit and leg wraps. The funny thing is that this release completes a promise the original 2
TL;DR: The long-awaited Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is available to pre-order for £39.69 on CD Keys, saving you over £30 on list price. It feels like there is enormous potential in the Star Wars franchise
A recent update for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive adds a curious new item to player inventories in France. Called the “X-ray Scanner,” it allows players to peek inside loot boxes before opening them.