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EA acquires Codemasters

The world of racing games has been shaken up big-time, as Codemasters has just been purchased for $1.2 billion by the publishing powerhouse Electronic Arts. Both companies have a passion for racing games and have a desire to lead the pack in the aforementioned genre, and this acquisition gives them a big chance of achieving […]

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Silver Soul Gaming Remembers… — MVP Baseball 2005

Well, the 2020 World Series has come to an end, which means we’ve gotta vacate the ballpark for a few months and wait for the snow to come and go. If you’re both a gamer and baseball fan, you’ll most likely be playing MLB The Show while chomping on Cracker Jack or Big League Chew. […]

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EA announces Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit Remastered

Earlier this year, EA gave their long-running Need for Speed franchise back to the folks at Criterion Games. And even though there won’t be an entirely new game pulling out of the garage this holiday season, we’re still getting a fantastic treat. Nearly 10 years after its original release, Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit is […]

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A discussion about EA Play 2020

Being the publishing powerhouse that they are, Electronic Arts has a loaded lineup of games coming coming out this year, a list of which was presented via their annual EA Play showcase. From next-gen releases to a reborn franchise, EA clearly has some exciting dishes being cooked. The show kicked off with the announcement that […]

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Review of Sled Storm (1999) — Let it snow, let it snow, let it snocross

For those of you who like it when I talk about racing games…It’s that time once again.  When we talk about Electronic Arts’ racing-game catalog, the first series that pops into our noggins is usually Need for Speed, Burnout, or Road Rash.  But for this review, we’re delving into one of EA’s most obscure titles, […]

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EA announces its return to Steam

After eight years, Electronic Arts is finally partnering with Valve’s Steam service again.  Not only will Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order be released on EA’s own Origin store, but it as well as other recent PC games from the publishing giant will also be on the Steam marketplace.  The five additional confirmed games are The Sims […]

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Review of FIFA ‘20 — Where the street is named VOLTA

The whistle has blown, and it’s once again time to lace up the cleats and jugar futbol.  EA Sports’ global juggernaut in FIFA has hit the pitch for the 27th time, and while it’s certainly not completely different from its predecessor, it does include a handful of obligatory refinements, not to mention a throwback to its […]

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Review of NHL ’20 — Once again rockin’ the rink

Ever since lacing up the skates back in 1991, EA Sports has been dominating the NHL videogame market.  Despite facing tough competition in the past, the publishing powerhouse has buried many slapshots with its laundry list of modes, accessible controls, and hard-hitting gameplay.  With that being said, what does NHL ’20, the 29th game in […]

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Review of Skate 3 — You wanna go skateboards?

When EA decided to start the Skate series and go head-to-head with Activision’s Tony Hawk franchise, that was a big deal.  The latter had long been the king of virtual skateboarding, but it was beginning to go downhill in the late 2000’s, and something else eventually had to drop into the halfpipe and issue a challenge.  Thanks […]

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Dragon Age 4 Producer Leaves BioWare

Just a day after a producer on BioWare’s much-maligned Anthem left the studio, Fernando Melo, a senior producer working on Dragon Age 4 is leaving as well. Melo made the announcement on social media that he’s leaving the once renowned developer after 12 years. Both departures may signal problems for BioWare which just released the […]