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  1. I can’t say I wasn’t a bit excited to receive my EA Play pass. I’d heard the tickets to last year’s event flew quick, so the moment this year’s event was announced earlier this year, I signed up right away. My golden ticket to EA’s house of digital wonders arrived soon after. My spot at the show was confirmed. Or so I thought. Over a month later, EA emailed an updated version of my ticket. Confused, I inspected my new confirmation and noticed an additional disclaimer: Space is limited. Tickets do not guarantee entry due to capacity. Wait, what? That wasn’t what I was promised in my original confirmation. Why would my ticket not guarantee me a spot? Isn’t that the whole point? I made the effort to register early in order to avoid being bumped. Why was I still in danger of missing out? Subsequent emails would reiterate this caveat and attempt to explain it: Due to Fire Marshall capacity, tickets do not guarantee entry. Fair enough, but if you’re aware of the venue’s capacity, why not just offer the exact number of tickets and cease issuing them once the event has been filled? This message suggests EA was either still is handing out tickets beyond the roughly 2000 person capacity or found out later that they had less room than they originally planned. Neither explanation is all that great. Despite these red flags, I made the trip to EA Play with fingers and toes crossed that I’d make it in regardless. I was met with a rude awakening. My position about 40 mins or so into the wait. I originally started roughly a block behind. Upon reaching the venue, my jaw dropped at the serpentine line coiled around the building like a giant anaconda. I expected a large turnout, but this line seemingly trumped the mammoth Zelda line at E3 2016. It wasn’t a total surprise, though. The tickets were free. From my understanding, you could even sign-up at the event on the day off. Of course a ton of people turned up. Covering EA’s press conference kept me from arriving as early as I wanted, but I still beat the opening time by almost two hours to no avail. Not that it would have mattered anyway. After chatting with several of the folks in line, many of them shared that they had been waiting since around noon, shortly after the time that the morning session entered the event at 11 am. As I made the long trek to the line’s end, I cheered myself up. “I’ll get in”, I thought. I have a semi-valuable ticket! I shot the breeze with my line neighbors and made line friends. We chatted about the games we were looking forward to playing as a half hour turned into 45 minutes, then became an hour. The line moved steadily at first, fueling my confidence that I’d make the cut. After all, EA assured me they would try to get as many of us in there as possible: As a reminder, tickets do not guarantee entry, but every effort will be made to fulfill all ticket holders Then the bad news began raining down. When I was roughly half-way through the line, security personnel began informing us that the event was nearly filled up but that EA was letting new people in as previous attendees trickled out. This surprised me, as I expected EA to simply kick out the morning crowd en masse once their session expired, do a quick reset, then let in the afternoon crew. Were there still morning players inside? What if they took forever to get out – or worse, if EA is taking forever to get them out? We started to get nervous. This is the most I got to witness of life on the inside. Despite visiting EA Play for the sole purpose of covering it for work purposes, I was unable to secure a press pass prior. With nothing to lose and tired of the wait, I decided to try flexing my media muscles and head for the entrance to grovel for press entry. Unsurprisingly, I was denied. Understandable, as others outlets secured their spot in advance. I can live with that. Turns out, though, that the gate was filled with other forms of media fighting for entry and having a difficult go of it. One streamer I spoke with claimed to have been denied entry despite being invited by EA directly. To be fair, he had a contact inside he was having trouble reaching and EA wouldn’t let him in unless the contact came out to verify his presence. But he claimed that he was told he only needed to show his credentials to enter beforehand, not have his contact physically meet him at the entrance and the EA rep he was dealing with seemed confused. It may have just been me, but the entire vibe I got while hovering around the front gate was one of disorganization. But don’t worry. Even the folks in line will have fun and could walk away with cool branded items. My favorite quote from the confirmation emails. I can’t speak for every person waiting in line, but the people in my general radius definitely weren’t having the time of their lives. Nothing happened outside to entertain the line that I saw, outside of various independent gaming news outlets filming and interviewing crowds. However, at one point a backdoor to the event opened and I spied one of the Patriots drummers from the presentation hunched over eating a sandwich. I chalked that moment up as “fun” for me. Others weren’t so amused. Many I spoke to registered far in advance as I had and felt that, despite the disclaimer, should have had priority over those who signed up later. The initial atmosphere of enthusiastic optimism soon soured into disappointment, annoyance, and confusion. That last sentiment is especially true, as we were repeatedly told by EA that we probably weren't getting in but the line was still moving, albeit slowly. Those waiting were faced with a dilemma: should they walk away after investing so much time waiting or hold out since the event wasn’t officially closed off. It was only 5 pm around this time, so there were still a few hours to wait in hopes of getting in. As long as it was still open (and you had nothing better to do), why not stick around? The final blow came when EA’s swag crew arrived to pass out some “cool” EA-branded back sacks. Once most everyone sported a bright red bag, a rep informed us that the afternoon session was completely booked and no one else would be able to get in for the rest of the day. When I asked him to clarify if “done” truly meant done, he admitted that they were still funneling people in as others left but that the chances of me getting in at that point were, in his words, “0%”. Softening the blow, one sack at a time. The problem with that answer was that he left a sliver of hope. Was the event closed or not? Instead of just saying it was over outright, the rep implied it was still possible to get in, just highly unlikely. Unfortunately for EA, people caught onto this and were willing to wait as long as the answer wasn’t a final, definite “no”, even if it was probably meant it to be. And they seemed to, as the longer people stuck around, the more frequent the “come back tomorrows” got. One particular rep told us to return the next day in a snappy tone that rubbed everyone around me the wrong way. I felt like the hounds would be unleashed upon us before long. After waiting around for another 15 minutes, I tapped out. Although the event remains open for the next couple of days, I won’t be available to make them. The same could be true for others whose schedule only allowed them to attend Saturday’s session and are now out of luck until next year. And if you do try your luck on the other days, who’s to say you’ll get into those unless you’re willing to wait hours in advance? EA’s questionable approach to accommodating guests for its Play event needs some reworking, chiefly in determining the number of people they can handle in advance and immediately closing it off to anyone else once they’ve hit that number. Proceeding as they have, they left a lot of people - many of them EA’s most rabid fans - out in the cold and feeling more disgruntled about the publisher than excited.
  2. Any news of the next Kingdom Hearts game in the series has been eagerly awaited by fans and coinciding with E3, Square Enix has delivered a new sneak peak. The latest trailer was released during the Los Angeles leg of the Kingdom Hearts Orchestra World Tour on June 10. In the trailer, we see the franchise heroes Sora, Donald and Goofy fighting heartless on Hercules' Mount Olympus and talking all things Roxas with Organization XIII. In another scene, universe baddies Pete and Maleficent are seen asking Hades about a "distinctive black box." Square Enix had previously teased images of Mount Olympus on it's Twitter account late 2016. The trailer was also sure to show off gameplay footage of Sora battling heartless across different locations in the Disney world. No release date was associated with the trailer. Instead, we got July 15, 2017, aka D23 Expo 2017 where there will be a presentation of a new world and another trailer. Kingdom Hearts III was first announced back at E3 2013. Are you excited for Kingdom Hearts III? When do you think we'll finally get a release date? View full article
  3. Any news of the next Kingdom Hearts game in the series has been eagerly awaited by fans and coinciding with E3, Square Enix has delivered a new sneak peak. The latest trailer was released during the Los Angeles leg of the Kingdom Hearts Orchestra World Tour on June 10. In the trailer, we see the franchise heroes Sora, Donald and Goofy fighting heartless on Hercules' Mount Olympus and talking all things Roxas with Organization XIII. In another scene, universe baddies Pete and Maleficent are seen asking Hades about a "distinctive black box." Square Enix had previously teased images of Mount Olympus on it's Twitter account late 2016. The trailer was also sure to show off gameplay footage of Sora battling heartless across different locations in the Disney world. No release date was associated with the trailer. Instead, we got July 15, 2017, aka D23 Expo 2017 where there will be a presentation of a new world and another trailer. Kingdom Hearts III was first announced back at E3 2013. Are you excited for Kingdom Hearts III? When do you think we'll finally get a release date?
  4. Though E3 proper hasn't yet begun, the pre-E3 press conferences have! This year, we are going to be capping off each day with a podcast discussing the news of the day with the talented bunch of people we've collected to cover the year's biggest gaming trade show. Day one was limited to EA's reveals and teases, but between the ghost of Burnout races past, a promising indie that has "critical acclaim" written all over it, and a whole heap of Star Wars Battlefront II information, EA gave us more than enough to chew over. Jack Gardner, Marcus Stewart and Joe Knoop (pronounced new-p) break it all down for your listening pleasure. Kick back, relax, and enjoy the show with us! View full article
  5. Though E3 proper hasn't yet begun, the pre-E3 press conferences have! This year, we are going to be capping off each day with a podcast discussing the news of the day with the talented bunch of people we've collected to cover the year's biggest gaming trade show. Day one was limited to EA's reveals and teases, but between the ghost of Burnout races past, a promising indie that has "critical acclaim" written all over it, and a whole heap of Star Wars Battlefront II information, EA gave us more than enough to chew over. Jack Gardner, Marcus Stewart and Joe Knoop (pronounced new-p) break it all down for your listening pleasure. Kick back, relax, and enjoy the show with us!
  6. Star Wars Battlefront II was undoubtedly EA’s centerpiece attraction this E3, with the company dedicating more than half an hour of their press event to the team shooter juggernaut. After a new trailer that featured never before seen maps, heroes, and vehicles, EA presented a long look at a single multiplayer match. Keep reading for a full rundown of everything we saw. EA’s live demo featured the new “Assault on Theed” map, set on the lush and architecturally luxurious planet of Naboo. The map seems to be taking a lot of inspiration from the final battle of Episode One: The Phantom Menace, where Separatist droids fought with the Naboo army in the streets and palace halls of Naboo’s royal city. Much like the Hoth map in the 2015 Battlefront, the assaulting team (Separatists instead of Emperial this time) must escort a siege tank to the front doors of the Naboo royal palace, tear down its defenses, and shut down enemy activity inside the palace. Players are able to take the form of your standard Star Wars prequel trilogy characters, including variants of battle droids and clone troopers. The live demo showcased players competing for every inch of a sprawling, dense, yet surprisingly spacious lane of activity. When players weren’t fighting building to building on either flank, they were sprinting across the large center roadway along the siege tank’s path. Clone troopers were able to make use of AT-RT “chicken walker” tanks, bite-sized prototypes of the original trilogy’s AT-ST’s. The AT-RTs are capable of sprinting long distances in mere seconds, although it seems their attack capabilities are withdrawn as a result. When they are firing lasers, droids are easily mowed down with ease, though the lackadaisical pace puts clone troopers in a vulnerable spot. Separatist droids have their classic battle tanks at hand, which can shells at a modest pace or lock themselves into siege mode, which provides greater power but zero mobility. Clone troopers won’t have to rely on just AT-RTs to get around though. Higher class troopers can spawn with the same jetpacks seen in 2015’s Battlefront. However, the droids might have air superiority in the skies above Naboo, with their numerous vulture droid starfighters dogfighting clone V-Wings. Players were able to zip around the city at daringly low altitudes, in between large stone arches, though any level of contact is of course instant death. Heroes and villains are sure to get their due as well. After the first stage of the battle is complete, and the palace doors blown to bits by the droid’s siege tank, Darth Maul made his debut by chopping up clones into itty bitty pieces. He’ll have some deadly moves, including a lightsaber toss and spiral lunge that can decimate tightly packed groups of enemies. Rey showed up, too, but her player couldn’t hold a candle to Maul’s malevolence, so it was a bit of wash. Evidently, Rey will be able to make use of her Jedi mind control powers she tapped into in “The Force Awakens” to momentarily stun enemies. The live demo ended with the droids taking the palace throne room, essentially walking all over the clones, and ensuring their victory by numbers. While the Frostbite engine will always impress, and while Naboo is certainly a colorful locale to do battle in, it remains to be seen if Battlefront II will be able to differentiate itself from its predecessor. Make sure to check out the gameplay trailer for a more varied look at where Battlefront II will take players later this year. View full article
  7. Star Wars Battlefront II was undoubtedly EA’s centerpiece attraction this E3, with the company dedicating more than half an hour of their press event to the team shooter juggernaut. After a new trailer that featured never before seen maps, heroes, and vehicles, EA presented a long look at a single multiplayer match. Keep reading for a full rundown of everything we saw. EA’s live demo featured the new “Assault on Theed” map, set on the lush and architecturally luxurious planet of Naboo. The map seems to be taking a lot of inspiration from the final battle of Episode One: The Phantom Menace, where Separatist droids fought with the Naboo army in the streets and palace halls of Naboo’s royal city. Much like the Hoth map in the 2015 Battlefront, the assaulting team (Separatists instead of Emperial this time) must escort a siege tank to the front doors of the Naboo royal palace, tear down its defenses, and shut down enemy activity inside the palace. Players are able to take the form of your standard Star Wars prequel trilogy characters, including variants of battle droids and clone troopers. The live demo showcased players competing for every inch of a sprawling, dense, yet surprisingly spacious lane of activity. When players weren’t fighting building to building on either flank, they were sprinting across the large center roadway along the siege tank’s path. Clone troopers were able to make use of AT-RT “chicken walker” tanks, bite-sized prototypes of the original trilogy’s AT-ST’s. The AT-RTs are capable of sprinting long distances in mere seconds, although it seems their attack capabilities are withdrawn as a result. When they are firing lasers, droids are easily mowed down with ease, though the lackadaisical pace puts clone troopers in a vulnerable spot. Separatist droids have their classic battle tanks at hand, which can shells at a modest pace or lock themselves into siege mode, which provides greater power but zero mobility. Clone troopers won’t have to rely on just AT-RTs to get around though. Higher class troopers can spawn with the same jetpacks seen in 2015’s Battlefront. However, the droids might have air superiority in the skies above Naboo, with their numerous vulture droid starfighters dogfighting clone V-Wings. Players were able to zip around the city at daringly low altitudes, in between large stone arches, though any level of contact is of course instant death. Heroes and villains are sure to get their due as well. After the first stage of the battle is complete, and the palace doors blown to bits by the droid’s siege tank, Darth Maul made his debut by chopping up clones into itty bitty pieces. He’ll have some deadly moves, including a lightsaber toss and spiral lunge that can decimate tightly packed groups of enemies. Rey showed up, too, but her player couldn’t hold a candle to Maul’s malevolence, so it was a bit of wash. Evidently, Rey will be able to make use of her Jedi mind control powers she tapped into in “The Force Awakens” to momentarily stun enemies. The live demo ended with the droids taking the palace throne room, essentially walking all over the clones, and ensuring their victory by numbers. While the Frostbite engine will always impress, and while Naboo is certainly a colorful locale to do battle in, it remains to be seen if Battlefront II will be able to differentiate itself from its predecessor. Make sure to check out the gameplay trailer for a more varied look at where Battlefront II will take players later this year.
  8. For a publisher as monolithic as Electronic Arts, it's no surprise that they had a ton of stuff (read: Sports...and not sports!) to digest at their E3 press conference. From basketball slam dunks to Star Wars Battlefronts, here's a rundown of everything we saw from EA. Star Wars Battlefront II Gameplay Trailer Reveal - Check out the new heroes, maps, and vehicles in this appropriately righteous trailer. Mass Effect Developer Teases New Franchise "Anthem" - Get a brief look at Bioware's newest world before the full trailer. Need for Speed Payback Channels Burnout and Fast & the Furious - The new Need for Speed trailer is channeling some serious Burnout influence, and if that doesn't sound exciting, we can't be friends. Battlefield 1 In the Name of the Tsar Expansion Takes it to the Eastern Front -- New maps, vehicles, weapons, and story are coming to Battlefield's Russia-centric add-on. Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons Developer Reveals 70's Crime Drama A Way Out - Escape prison with a buddy in this co-op adventure game. Madden 18 Taps Award Winning Actor Mahershala Ali - Live the dream of becoming a football legend with the guidance of Luke Cage's Mahershala Ali in "Long Shot" story mode. FIFA 18 is Coming to Switch, Details Announced - You'll be able to take FIFA on the go, complete with a ton of gameplay modes. NBA Live 18 Takes it to the Streets in The One - NBA Live's story mode lets you rise up the ranks from pick-up games to stardom Let us know what you're most excited for at E3, and don't forget to check back with us every day as more E3 news drops! View full article
  9. For a publisher as monolithic as Electronic Arts, it's no surprise that they had a ton of stuff (read: Sports...and not sports!) to digest at their E3 press conference. From basketball slam dunks to Star Wars Battlefronts, here's a rundown of everything we saw from EA. Star Wars Battlefront II Gameplay Trailer Reveal - Check out the new heroes, maps, and vehicles in this appropriately righteous trailer. Mass Effect Developer Teases New Franchise "Anthem" - Get a brief look at Bioware's newest world before the full trailer. Need for Speed Payback Channels Burnout and Fast & the Furious - The new Need for Speed trailer is channeling some serious Burnout influence, and if that doesn't sound exciting, we can't be friends. Battlefield 1 In the Name of the Tsar Expansion Takes it to the Eastern Front -- New maps, vehicles, weapons, and story are coming to Battlefield's Russia-centric add-on. Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons Developer Reveals 70's Crime Drama A Way Out - Escape prison with a buddy in this co-op adventure game. Madden 18 Taps Award Winning Actor Mahershala Ali - Live the dream of becoming a football legend with the guidance of Luke Cage's Mahershala Ali in "Long Shot" story mode. FIFA 18 is Coming to Switch, Details Announced - You'll be able to take FIFA on the go, complete with a ton of gameplay modes. NBA Live 18 Takes it to the Streets in The One - NBA Live's story mode lets you rise up the ranks from pick-up games to stardom Let us know what you're most excited for at E3, and don't forget to check back with us every day as more E3 news drops!
  10. NBA Live has had a rough go of it the last several years with a string of disappointing entries. EA hopes to ignite new interest with a new mode called The One. Like the title suggests, players invest in a single B-baller to help him rise through the ranks, both professionally in the NBA and on the new street courts. Street ball allows players and their friends to compete against NBA icons in 5-on-5 pick up games on famous courts around the country such as Venice Beach. The better players perform, the higher your their character’s hype level grows which unlocks new gear and improved skills. The best of the best can eventually enter the Pro-Am tour to continue building their skills and earn the right to challenge basketball’s greatest. Check out the trailer below for a full look at the courtside action. NBA Live 18 takes to the court this August. View full article
  11. NBA Live has had a rough go of it the last several years with a string of disappointing entries. EA hopes to ignite new interest with a new mode called The One. Like the title suggests, players invest in a single B-baller to help him rise through the ranks, both professionally in the NBA and on the new street courts. Street ball allows players and their friends to compete against NBA icons in 5-on-5 pick up games on famous courts around the country such as Venice Beach. The better players perform, the higher your their character’s hype level grows which unlocks new gear and improved skills. The best of the best can eventually enter the Pro-Am tour to continue building their skills and earn the right to challenge basketball’s greatest. Check out the trailer below for a full look at the courtside action. NBA Live 18 takes to the court this August.
  12. EA unveiled the latest title in its EA selects indie initiative. A Way Out comes from the minds of Hazelight, a team assembled by the creative minds behind indie hit Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons. We saw a brief glimpse of this back in 2014, but since then the studio has been silent. Now we know more. A Way Out is a story-driven co-op-only title. The game can only be experienced with another person, either locally or online (although the developers stressed couch co-op as the ideal method). Players control Vincent and Leo, two inmates who, despite being strangers, must overcome their distrust and work together to bust out of prison. The trailer showed off the simultaneous play style, such as one player controlling Vincent while the Leo player was in the middle of a cutscene. Players tackle missions together, such as a laundry smuggling mission in which one player distracted the guard while the other pushed the cart to its destination. More explosive missions teased included a high-speed car chase/gun fight. Take a look at the game’s dramatic reveal trailer below: How do you feel about this unique focus on cooperative play? Is A Way Out an indie you'll have on your radar? View full article
  13. EA unveiled the latest title in its EA selects indie initiative. A Way Out comes from the minds of Hazelight, a team assembled by the creative minds behind indie hit Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons. We saw a brief glimpse of this back in 2014, but since then the studio has been silent. Now we know more. A Way Out is a story-driven co-op-only title. The game can only be experienced with another person, either locally or online (although the developers stressed couch co-op as the ideal method). Players control Vincent and Leo, two inmates who, despite being strangers, must overcome their distrust and work together to bust out of prison. The trailer showed off the simultaneous play style, such as one player controlling Vincent while the Leo player was in the middle of a cutscene. Players tackle missions together, such as a laundry smuggling mission in which one player distracted the guard while the other pushed the cart to its destination. More explosive missions teased included a high-speed car chase/gun fight. Take a look at the game’s dramatic reveal trailer below: How do you feel about this unique focus on cooperative play? Is A Way Out an indie you'll have on your radar?
  14. Battlefield 1 is receiving a substantial update in the form of its first expansion, In the Name of the Tsar. Arriving this September, the expansion brings 6 new maps based on the Eastern front. New weapons and vehicles are included, as well as the new Russian army the famous Women Battalion of Death. You can check out the expansion’s teaser trailer below. View full article
  15. Battlefield 1 is receiving a substantial update in the form of its first expansion, In the Name of the Tsar. Arriving this September, the expansion brings 6 new maps based on the Eastern front. New weapons and vehicles are included, as well as the new Russian army the famous Women Battalion of Death. You can check out the expansion’s teaser trailer below.
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