“The Wii U is crap” says Senior Engineer and Architect for EA Bob Summerwill.
The Wii U will not be getting any games for the foreseeable future according to an EA spokesperson.
In a truly unexpected turn of events, Electronic Arts has decided to give up on the controversial attempt of forcing players to buy new copies of its games – the Online Pass.
EA and BioWare have released Game Update 2.1 for Star Wars: The Old Republic. Dubbed ’2.1: Customisation’, the update gives players more options for character customisation.
EA is working on 15 game powered by Dice’s Frostbite 3 engine and it looks like none of them will be making their way to the Nintendo Wii U.
EA and Insomniac Games have released another trailer for their upcoming shooter, Fuse. The ‘Hired Guns’ trailer marks the release of Fuse’s demo on the Xbox Live Marketplace and PlayStation Store.
“Taking place midway through the game, the demo gives players a chance to play with and level-up all four Overstrike operatives along with their Xenotech weapons. The demo supports 1-4 players with online and split-screen drop-in-and-drop-out-co-op.”
Analog Addiction hopes to have some opinions up on the demo from a few of our editors in the coming days.
Fuse will be released on May 28 (North America), May 30 (Australia), and May 31 (New Zealand and Europe), for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.
EA has signed a deal with Disney to publish Star Wars games in the future.