Instead of throwing caution to the wind and supporting Nintendo’s Switch from the get-go, Capcom decided to hedge its bets on nostalgia. They released Ultra Street Fighter II, using its success – or potential lack thereof – as a gauge for future support for Nintendo’s fledgling console. Ea's doing the same with FIFA 18.
EA’s digital simulation of life has been a PC mainstay for many a year now, last spotted on a console back in 2010. That’s all changing in November, as The Sims 4 is finally ready to jump back into those Xbox One and PS4 waters on November 17.
You’d have to imagine that any Imperial soldier who saw not one but two Death Stars destroyed by the Rebel Alliance would have a serious axe to grind. You’d be quite right, as Star Wars: Battlefront II casts you as Iden Versio, leader of the blackest and op-iest team of special forces in the Imperial Army.
It seemed plausible that, with the Mass Effect: Andromeda on hiatus, that polishing and future DLC work on it was outsourced. Work, it was rumoured, that had been cancelled. Bioware and EA have denied those rumours.
Join us for an evening of scares and nervous giggles as we watch Annabelle: Creation before its release on cinema. Hurry though! First come, first serve! Annabelle: Creation, from Swedish director David F. Sandberg (Lights Out), is a scary and suspenseful supernatural thriller, and the next chapter in the Conjuring universe. The film uncovers the iconic doll’s shocking origin story.
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