Electronic Arts showcased ten games at their E3 2011 press conference. Keep reading to find out the “Mass Effect 3” release date, how you can leave your car in “Need for Speed: The Run,” and when you’ll be playing “Battlefield 3.”
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Since the success of “Modern Warfare,” the most recent string of first-person shooter games have been plagued with copy cats and stale performances. Developers have been waiting in line to try their hand at becoming a breakout success in the genre.
Coincidently, these past few years have purposed me to believe that shooters had nothing left to give and that graphics where at an all-time best. Then developer Crytek comes along and releases their sequel to the PC shooter “Crysis.” I was already prepared for the game to be good, but I never expected to be utterly blown away from what I thought was an exhausted genre.
This week, Sony finally unveiled its PlayStation phone, called Xperia Play. According to a Sony Ericsson press release, “XperiaTM PLAY combines a PlayStation-quality gaming experience with the very latest Android smartphone technology.” While the list of features is extensive, Xperia Play does have one disappointing feature.
During a call to investors, Eric Brown, the Chief Financial Officer of Electronic Arts, said that any number of subscribers over 500,000 would be “substantially profitable, but not the kind of thing [EA] would write home about.”
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In order to celebrate this year in gaming, playWISE has featured several articles for the last few weeks detailing the most memorable games of the year. We’ve talked about our biggest disappointments, the best hidden gems and gave our picks for personal favorite games of the year.
Alas, 2010 has come to an end after the release of quite a few solid games, and it’s time to see if 2011 can conquer it. Read onward to find out what titles we’re looking forward to the most in the coming year.
It’s pretty much understood that “Portal 2” is one of the most anticipated games of 2011. Yesterday, Valve announced an official release date for the title and a finalized distribution deal with EA.
That “Mass Effect 3” is currently in development should come as no surprise to anyone. The latest installment in the Mass Effect series is arguably one of the most anticipated video game releases of 2011, and today’s gaffe by the EA Store only adds fuel to the fire.