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EA Play - 2018 recap

E3 has kicked off to a great start this year. Opening with EA, there wasn’t much surprise to what was shown, but there was a good amount of tidbits and gameplay for upcoming titles.

Perhaps the biggest surprise from EA, was the announcement of Unraveled 2. Followed up by the fact that it became available to play upon the announcement, fans of Yarny rejoice!

E3 - The EA Play Recap

E3 kicked off with EA yesterday and while it wasn’t the greatest presentation EA has ever had, we did see some notables.
 
It should be no surprise that we saw announcements from some of EA’s biggest sports franchises. Madden NFL 18 is receiving a solo campaign for the very first time, while FIFA 18 will continue with its story mode as well. NBA Live 18 will be accompanied by a new game mode called The One. Players will get to play in the NBA, League and Streets in the new mode.
 

Titanfall 2

Titanfall 2 offers a lot more than I think many of us expected. Personally, I had high hopes for a good multiplayer game, but put little thought into the campaign. The original Titanfall did not have a campaign and although we were all informed the sequel would have such a feature, no one could have guessed just how great it would be.

EA and Bethesda E3 recap!

EA E3 Conference 2016

As you may know, E3 2016, kicked off yesterday with the EA and Bethesda conferences. While there is still plenty more to be announced throughout the week, there will be a lot to cover over the summer as more details come about from E3’s announcements. To get things started, here are the top announcements from EA.

Unravel Review

Unravel has finally released on the PlayStation 4 today and it comes with little to no disappointments. An absolutely gorgeous puzzle game with a similar Little Big Planet feel to it. While LBP has a much larger world, more features and not to mention all the levels created by players, Unravel competes on a much smaller scale.

Need For Speed Beta Review

The Need For Speed beta is one of the best beta experiences I’ve had in terms of content. I was really surprised how much of the game was available during the beta and it really gave me a great peek into what the full release will contain. Keeping in mind with any beta you will run into connection issues with the server, bugs and other minor nuisances, but that's the whole point so I’m not going give you the tidbits of agony.

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