CA! Radio's E3 coverage begins with our recap and impressions of the mostly predictable and safe EA conference. Each of the six major conferences will appear as individual episodes and follow a similar format. We put a LOT of time into making this happen -- more so for Chuck, as he had to record and … Continue reading CA! Radio E3 2017: Electronic Arts
E3 2017 kicked off earlier today with EA's self-hosted presentation, EA Play. Here we caught a glimpse of the company's future as both a developer and publisher, from expected sports titles and Star Wars: Battlefront II, to smaller surprises like A Way Out. How'd it go? Let's find out. Madden 18 gets a story mode … Continue reading EA Play 2017 Wrap-up and Impressions
EA's press conference at E3 2015 was really, really bad, but this year they decided to throw their own event -- EA Play -- instead, and somehow made it worse. It was a long-winded, overly verbose conference full of uninteresting developer diaries that are better suited for YouTube than a grand stage. Going in to … Continue reading E3 2016: EA Play Was Pretty Awful
This Week in Gaming is a weekly column every Sunday attempting to re-cap some of the biggest news in the gaming industry, or poking fun at a few things no one really cares about. Let's cut the bullshit and get started! First thing first, EA can suck a dick. Not just any dick, but a … Continue reading This Week in Gaming – EA crosses a line, tons of Nintendo news and the Ouya displayed at E3.. via the parking lot?
In what I'd like to become a weekly column here at Cheap Boss Attack, This Week in Gaming will cap out the weekend rounding up some of the bigger stories to hit the press and how much I probably don't care about them. So let's cut the bullshit and dive in head first, shall we? … Continue reading This Week in Gaming – CoD Ghosts announced, no Madden for Wii-U, MGS Legacy Collection too big for 360 & more!