Titanfall is set to drop its third DLC pack IMC Rising tomorrow on Xbox One and PC. It'll cost $9.99 (or part of your Season Pass), and will wrap up Respawn's planned DLC offering with three more maps -- though more cou...more
If you missed the initial free offering for Titanfall on EA's Origin service, you have another chance to try it out. As part of Origin's "Game Time" promotion, you can add Titanfall to your library and give it a cha...more
Today at gamescom EA, announced the last map pack for Titanfall -- IMC Rising. The three maps will be titled Backwater, Zone 18, and Sandtrap, and as always, it'll run you $10 or $25 for the Season Pass.
The Xbox One an...more
Titanfall was a good game for what it was -- a fun, but not revolutionary shooter. It didn't change gaming (or even the genre) forever, and some players abandoned it weeks after launch, turning many playlists into desola...more
Titanfall is getting a currency system in the form of the "Black Market," which allows you to buy and sell burn cards and insignia. The system is very simple -- if you don't like your burn cards and participate in normal...more
Over at the official Titanfall site, developer Respawn Entertainment has given us a look at Dig Site -- one of the three maps in the upcoming Frontier's Edge DLC pack. It's a mining site over "subtle" elevated terrain, w...more
Seriously, why announce a $10 DLC pack that's just three maps, and we can't even get a release date? Lame.
"Today, we would like to announce Frontier’s Edge, the second DLC pack for Titanfall. Pushing the battle to the ...more
The next Titanfall update will include a a Featured Game Mode that will see new game modes added for a limited time only. The first of which is called Marked For Death, where a player on each team is marked for death. Players...more
You know how Steam has been running its "free weekend" program for ages, where you could play a (typically) big release over the course of a few days without paying? Well EA's Origin platform is adopting the same program, sta...more
I think it's nice that we've finally managed to hold EA accountable to something. Can its ripoff sports game releases be next? Well, I guess it's been DICE falling on the sword and profusely apologizing more than EA.&nbs...more
As a growing gamer, Maxis was always one of my go-to developers at a young age. From the original SimCity, to SimAnt, to SimTower, the company was almost infallible in my eyes, and I ate up practically every simulation it had...more
EA Sports used NHL 15 to simulate and predict the upcoming NHL season which begins next week. The results are most likely terribly wrong because nowhere does it anticipate that the Colorado Avalanche will be crowned Sta...more