Go Beyond the Cage with Global Fighting Experiences, MMA Superstars and Innovative Online Features Electronic Arts Inc. , announced that EA SPORTS™ MMA is available in stores throughout New Zealand. EA SPORTS MMA, offering the most authentic, intense and broadest mixed martial arts experience to date, allows players to travel the world and learn a [ Read More ]
Iconic Japanese Developers Suda51 and Shinji Mikami Take Gamers on a Twisted Journey Through a Demented Underworld Electronic Arts Inc. and legendary Japanese developer Grasshopper Manufacture revealed Shadows of the Damned, an all-new psychological action thriller game from executive director Suda51 (director of No More HeroesTM), creative producer Shinji Mikami (director of Resident Evil(R)) and [ Read More ]
EA and Spicy Horse Games Send Gamers Down the Rabbit Hole in Alice: Madness Returns New Zealand. Gaming visionary American McGee returns to Wonderland as Electronic Arts Inc. and Spicy Horse Games announce Alice: Madness Returns, the dark and deranged sequel to the year 2000 PC hit, American McGee’s Alice(TM).
EA SPORTS™ FIFA an award winning console game engine has announced that FIFA 11 PC has arrived. Electronic Arts Inc. has announced the football engine that drives the award-winning EA SPORTS™ FIFA gameplay on the PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system and Xbox 360® videogame and entertainment system has arrived for FIFA 11 PC.
New Zealand computer game development school, Media Design School has signed a deal with both Sony and Nintendo which will provide students access to state-of-the-art, industry-standard game development kits for the Nintendo GameCube and Sony PSP consoles. Both game development kits have opened up opportunities for Media Design School students. Not only will students now [ Read More ]
The Game Development programme at Auckland’s Media Design School (MDS) has secured top deals with both Sony and Nintendo, and for the first time Kiwi students will be given access to cutting-edge, industry-standard game development kits for both Sony PSP and Nintendo GameCube consoles. Having access to these kits will allow Media Design School students’ [ Read More ]