EA has killed, pledges to kill again

10 Years Ago This Month: EA CEO John Riccitiello gets into the spooky spirit of the season by promising the publisher would be an unstoppable game-cancelling machine.

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XiNatsuDragnel111d ago

So EA is usual EA Not surprising


EA being EA, but am still looking forward to Anthem. That game shows lots of potential.

Kumakai110d ago

i agree with you. unfortunately for your disagrees, its cool and trendy to hate on EA now so no matter what good they do from here on out, the petty elitists will just troll. gone are the days of open minds and reasonable people.

Seraphim110d ago (Edited 110d ago )

Key words, "shows lots of potential." While that it does, at the end of the day, I am highly suspect of it and think it's going to be nothing more than a month long adventure w/ and w/o friends. Anything more is a bonus. I think that potential is going fall short of where it should stand. But at the end of the day, despite being an EA game, I too am definitely looking forward to it. Though I will always be disturbed, annoyed and PO'd about them closing Visceral Games.

sawoosevens110d ago

I agree with you imma buy the game but as soon I smell Destiny like practices I never again in my life buy another EA or Activision, bungie game.

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GTgamer110d ago

They already killed all my favorite Franchises so forget EA

TheEnigma313110d ago

Dead Space, Titanfall, Dante's Inferno, are some of the few that deserved better.

Kumakai110d ago

yeah. never give them an opportunity to ever try to make something good ever again. everyone must do what each of us want individually or else....

AngelicToucH110d ago

But Titanfall was and is a great game..the only thing is that people actually tended to ignore this microtransaction free game while they kept complaining about the ones who are full of them but decided to buy those instead of it's kinda the fault of the consumer for showing them that microtransactions are the future.

Oschino1907110d ago (Edited 110d ago )

Maybe not everyone was interested in multiplayer focused wall running futuristic FPS games with Mechs. I thought it looked cool but had no interest in getting either game.

Not to mention EA barely promoting it like those other games and it never gaining a steady following of fans (playing, streaming, watching, etc..).

No one bought those other games because they support microtransactions, they were more popular franchises with a lot more marketing dollars behind them.

I had no interest in Battlefront 2 after the first was screwed up but I got it on sale for under $20 later specifically so my nephews who love Star Wars everything would be able to enjoy it's offline modes considering the first was pretty barren offline. Although I wish they had Walker Assault offline like the first because my nephews still play it almost as much as the new one just for the large scale battles in big open maps.

I honestly can't think of a single person I know irl or online that was into Titan Fall and it certainly didn't look like a bad game at all. Imo there are just too many good/great online games these days with some putting content out for years.

I can't count how many games this gen looked fun and enjoyable that I have ignored or not played because I simply don't have the time or money to invest in them all. I have drastically cut back on buying games the last year or two and still have a backlog I will never finish or have time to even get into some of the games even though I had every intention to do so.

Marcello111d ago (Edited 111d ago )

EA games = pink slime.

Apocalypse Shadow111d ago


A virus that kills.

AizenSosuke111d ago

EA can burn with ET for all we care;)

DreadGara109d ago

That thumbnail made me angry.
I got so much love for Dead Space 😨

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