EA Is Finally Learning from Its Mistakes

Today, EA announced that Dragon Age: Inquisition and Battlefield Hardline, two of the biggest games of the fall, were delayed. Dragon Age Inquisition was delayed five weeks to November 18th, and Battlefield Hardline was delayed until “early 2015.” Delays are not a rare thing in this day and age, but delays from EA are very

Destiny Beta Code Giveaway!

The Destiny beta has begun! We have several codes that we are excited to give out. Interested? Well here is what you have to do: 1. Leave a comment telling us why you are excited for Destiny. (Brevity is not a bad thing.) 2. Follow us on Twitter (@GamersAssn) and

Abyss Odyssey Review

Abyss Odyssey combines elements of fighting games and 2D platforming to create one of the most unique games I’ve played all year. Abyss Odyssey aims to pave its own path with its procedurally-generated levels. No level will be the same for each player. This ambitious goal is at the center of

Pokémon’s Remedying Innovation

The most common criticism of the Pokémon franchise is its lack of innovation. From one generation to another, the series adds new Pokémon, better graphics, and slight tweaks to the battle system, but that’s normally about it. Nothing about the initial unveiling of Pokémon Alpha Sapphire and Omega Ruby appeared to

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