Just like how Activision has a new Call of Duty game every year, EA has a new Battlefield game on an annual basis as well. In fact this year EA released Battlefield Hardline. That being said the Battlefield franchise has been going on for a while now but it looks like EA is not done milking that cash cow just yet.
During the company’s latest investor call, the company’s CFO Blake Jorgensen revealed that a new Battlefield shooter would be making its way onto consoles come 2016. This was in response to a question asked about future core titles in which Jorgensen basically confirmed that a Battlefield game for 2016 was planned. Read full post →EA Confirms New Battlefield Title For 2016
Last month at E3, Square Enix surprised us all when they announced that they are working on a Final Fantasy VII remake. It should be noted that it is a remake as opposed to a remaster so not only will the game get upgraded graphics, but it will also come with new features and game mechanics, but at the same time hopefully not deviating from the story too much.
That being said in a recent interview with the Official PlayStation Magazine, the game’s director Tetsuya Nomura unveiled some additional details of the game. For starters, Nomura revealed that they would be making some “dramatic changes” to the game’s Active Time Battle system, but he also clarified what it will not end up being. Read full post →Final Fantasy VII Will See Dramatic Changes To Its Battle System