Follow us on:

Posts tagged ea-los-angeles

ESRB lists 'Red Alert 3: Commander's Challenge' for Xbox 360 and PS3

The ESRB site has a listing for a potential new installment in the Command & Conquer franchise destined for the Xbox 360 and PS3 called Red Alert 3: Commander's Challenge. There's also a brief description for the title on the site, though it's a blurb that could fit almost any Command & Con...

Continue Reading

EA announces Command & Conquer 4 (intentionally, this time)

That press release EA linked to yesterday? It's up now, which makes Command & Conquer 4 that little bit more real. Not only that, but everything mentioned in that online survey was also real. This will be the final chapter of the Tiberium series and will feature "persistent player progression a...

Continue Reading

EA accidentally announces Command & Conquer 4

EA's UK PR team just tweeted an announcement that Command & Conquer 4 is now in development, though the linked press release doesn't seem to exist yet. This seems to us like the result of an itchy trigger (or tweeter) finger. With recent online surveys asking what people would like to see in th...

Continue Reading

Rumor: Command & Conquer 4 could feature persistent RPG mechanics

Well? How about it? If this online survey -- conducted by British marketing firm 2CV -- is to be believed, the next Command & Conquer game could feature "innovative" RPG features, as well as co-operative multiplayer. The survey goes on to suggest that the RPG features will be persistent throug...

Continue Reading

EA: Red Alert 3 looks best on PS3, thanks to delay

Since changing its tune about "skipping" a PS3 release of Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3, citing the platform's "exotic and tough" development climes, EA Los Angeles actually says its time learning the ins-and-outs of the architecture has been for the best. Speaking to 1UP, producer -- and fo...

Continue Reading

Zack Snyder signs three-game deal with EA

After you sign Steven Spielberg to develop video games with your company, what's the next step? Scorcese? Zombie Orson Welles? Nope, not even close. EA announced this morning that it just signed a three-game development deal with Zack Snyder, the man behind 300 and the upcoming adaptation of Watchm...

Continue Reading

EA gearing up for more Blox-type games

According to new job postings from EA Los Angeles, the Boom Blox team is looking to beef up its roster of artists and designers. The text in the job listing suggests that, if not a sequel, a new game in the vein of Boom Blox is on the way. The listings seek designers and producers to "bring access...

Continue Reading

Tiberium (the Command & Conquer FPS) debut trailer

Though info on EA's Command & Conquer FPS, Tiberium, was dropped in last month's Game Informer we were left staring at press images (like the one you see above) that did little to explain the game's aesthetic, not to mention the "blend of first-person shooting and tactical squad combat" gamepl...

Continue Reading

EA confirms Command & Conquer FPS Tiberium

Electronics Arts has wasted little time in lifting the veil from off last week's rumor surrounding Tiberium, a new game set in the long-running Command & Conquer universe that will once again try to put a FPS spin on the series' RTS roots. With versions in development at EA Los Angeles for the...

Continue Reading

Command & Conquer 3 expanding with Kane's Wrath

EA debuted its "Command & Conquer TV: Battlecast" today, and they helped to make up for its unsettling hosts and production values with a fairly important announcement for Tiberium fiends: The first expansion to Command & Conquer 3 will be called Kane's Wrath, and will appear in early 2008....

Continue Reading


Featured Stories

Image

WWE 2K15 review: Disqualification match

Posted on Nov 26th 2014 2:00PM

Image

Assassin's Creed Rogue review: Avast ye, clone!

Posted on Nov 25th 2014 9:01AM

Engadget

Engadget

TUAW

TUAW

Massively

Massively

WoW

WoW