Star Wars Battlefront’s First Trailer Looks Great, Lacks Gameplay

Star Wars BattlefrontElectronic Arts and DICE are hitting the hype train right on schedule with the first official trailer for Star Wars Battlefront unveiled at the Star Wars Celebration Anaheim. The game is scheduled to release November 17, 2015 on Sony PlayStation 4, Microsoft Xbox One and Windows PC, the first Battlefront game in 10 years. Continue reading

Star Wars Battlefront is Officially Gorgeous

Star Wars Battlefront“That’s not CGI.”

Electronic Arts and DICE are hard at work on Star Wars Battlefront with the official unveil scheduled tomorrow as part of the ongoing Star Wars Celebration in Anaheim, California. But if this early screenshot is any indication of the quality of the first Battlefront game in a decade, then this game has immediately jumped to the top of my watchlist for the Fall season. The game is expected to launch on November 17, 2015 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Windows PC.

Lead level designer at DICE, Dennis Brännvall, made a preemptive confirmation of the validity of the yet to be unveiled screenshots on Twitter, April 2.

He then put any questions on the screenshot’s validity to rest with three simple words.

Tomorrow’s gameplay reveal can’t come soon enough.

Top Ten Tuesday E3 2013 Edition – Biggest News to Come Out of the Pre-Show Presentations

E3 officially begins today, as the show will open to denizens of reporters (not named Theory Flaw) ready for terrible food, hourly deadlines and product demos galore. But while many games will get their moment of glory in the coming days, the major players have already opened their hands for heads-up poker. Franchise reboots, new exclusives, new consoles and product strategy highlight this list of the biggest news to come out of the pre-show presentations.

10. Crimson Dragon

I had to try my hardest not to write Dragoon because this is clearly designed in the vein of the stellar dragon riding series Panzer Dragoon. Even bringing back Panzer Dragoon series director Yukio Futatsugi this Kinect based Xbox One game features massive bosses and gorgeous dragon-borne aerial combat. While I fear it may play a little too closely to Child of Eden, this is clearly a bold move by Microsoft.

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