Posts Tagged ‘electronic arts’

Review: Anthem

by Mazen Abdallahon March 7, 2019
Anthem, Anthem, Anthem… Where do we begin? Alright, let’s break it down. Anthem has been getting some decent buzz for a while now, and it’s finally out. Problem is, a lot of people are wondering if Anthem can actually bring anything new to the table. A lot of people have compared it to loot shooters […]

Review: Battlefield V

by Mazen Abdallahon November 29, 2018
The Battlefield series is by far one my favourite game series ever. That’s because it manages to really deliver on its name. The game tosses you into probably the closest you’ll ever get to an actual battlefield without enlisting. Its massive 64-player skirmishes are chaotic and messy, and its class system allows you to contribute […]

Review: Need for Speed Payback

by Nazih Fareson November 19, 2017
Back in 2015, the Need for Speed reboot ​​didn’t really convince racing game or even franchise fans. Everyone had their own issue with the game, whether it was an open world that may be too limited, a weird driving engine, or maybe its unbearable script and actors. The game though was based on good ideas, […]


Review: Mass Effect Andromeda

by Nazih Fareson March 26, 2017
Five years after the final controversial Mass Effect 3 episode, Bioware’s Sci-Fi RPG is aiming for a comeback and its first launch on the latest console generation. A brand new galaxy to visit, with revamped mechanics and new narrative system, the franchise gets a new look with Mass Effect Andromeda and tries to do what most “reboots” do […]

Review: Titanfall 2

by Nazih Fareson November 7, 2016
When the first episode of Titanfall came out back in March 2014, it was received in two ways: either completely forgotten in the minds of players, or some focused on the multiplayer universe which had some very good ideas. While most blamed it on the lack of a singleplayer and a lack of richness in content, Respawn Interactive […]

Review: Battlefield 1

by Mazen Abdallahon November 2, 2016
Battlefield 1 was revealed this year to much fanfare, and it’s been building hype for a while. Rather than go with the WW2 shooter many people were expecting, DICE and EA controversially decided to go for WW1, a conflict that has almost never appeared in videogames (at least nowhere near as often as its more […]


Review: EA Sports FIFA 17

by Nazih Fareson October 7, 2016
Every year it’s the same ritual, especially when it comes to sports game. With every new season and championships start, EA Sports showers us with American Football, Hockey and as most of you guessed it, it’s time now to check out FIFA 17. Long awaited ever since the reveal of a new engine and gameplay features, […]

Review: EA Sports UFC 2

by Nazih Fareson March 30, 2016
After grabbing the licence from THQ back in 2012, Electronic Arts took the fight to the Octagon, with a convincing first start with EA Sports UFC. Now If you are reading this test, I assume that you are a fan of discipline… or a curious newcomer, trying to get an idea about UFC games in general. In any case, […]

Review: Plants vs Zombies Garden Warfare 2

by Nazih Fareson March 5, 2016
It been now two years since the release of Plant vs. Zombies Garden Warfare first episode, and PopCap once again dons its gardening gloves with a brand new sequel. If Plant vs Zombies Garden Warfare 2 is largely based on the same mechanics of its predecessor, the developers intended to correct the main issues, namely its severe lack of content. […]


Review: Star Wars Battlefront

by Nazih Fareson December 2, 2015
A long time ago, in a galaxy far far away, players worldwide turned their nose up at the stars. LucasArts development studio bid its farewell to the public, under the buyout of Disney. The sky darkens for fans of Star Wars, until publisher Electronic Arts, best known for its FIFA games, Need for Speed ​​and Battlefield make the […]