EA is obviously one of the biggest publishers out there, garnering a rather insidious reputation for its business practices and terrible service to the masses. Despite all that, though they are the purveyors of more games that people play the bajeezus out of than most, and the lineup they showed off was no exception:

  • Garden Warfare – Plants vs. Zombies goes all TPS
  • TitanFall
  • A new Star Wars: Battlefront
  • Need for Speed: Rivals
  • Dragon Age: Inquisition
  • NBA Live ’14
  • Madden NFL 25
  • FIFA ’14
  • UFC
  • Battlefield 4
  • Freakin’ Mirror’s Edge 2

Battlefield 4 is looking gorgeous, and the world has been quietly hoping for a new Battlefront for years now, but for me the clear outrunner was Mirror’s Edge 2, tiny as the trailer was. While there’s not much to be said in terms of redemption for EA, there are at least a few cools tricks up their sleeves that might win some fans back. Trailers are incoming for these soon, promise.

Guess it was too much to ask for Mass Effect 4. Oh well.

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