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News: EA: Games Are Still Too Hard to Learn

EA: Games Are Still Too Hard to Learn

Don't pull that face

A top executive from EA Games has suggested that most video games are still too difficult for the average person to learn. We suspect that this statement is going to go down like a lead balloon, but we reckon that chief creative officer Richard Hilleman, who was speaking at the 2015 DICE Summit, may actually have a point. "The...

News: EA Celebrate PlayStation's 20th Birthday with Free PS4, PS3, and Vita Games for All

EA Celebrate PlayStation's 20th Birthday with Free PS4, PS3, and Vita Games for All

Happy birthday to you

If this week's offer of a free classic PSone theme for your PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, or Vita wasn't good enough to celebrate Sony's big 20th, EA is being kind enough to toss some presents your way. To celebrate its support from the very beginning of the PlayStation's legacy, it's giving everyone a free copy of Plants Vs...

Review: Dragon Age: Inquisition (PlayStation 4)

Dragon Age: Inquisition (PlayStation 4)

Everybody expects the Inquisition

BioWare has had to endure a rocky road of late. Mass Effect 3 didn't sit well with everyone, and although there was a decent game at its core, Dragon Age II missed the mark almost entirely when it came to being a worthy successor to the great Dragon Age: Origins. As a result, a lot rests on Dragon Age: Inquisition's...

News: Dragon Age: Inquisition's Producer Reckons Skyrim Changed the RPG Genre Completely

Dragon Age: Inquisition's Producer Reckons Skyrim Changed the RPG Genre Completely

The sons of Skyrim

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim may be several years old now, but it still holds enough sway to spark conversation around the 'net. Bethesda's open world RPG was a massive success, and speaking to Gamesindustry.biz, Dragon Age: Inquisition's executive producer Mark Darrah cites the fantasy adventure's popularity as a turning point for...