We put the questions that matter to FIFA 15's lead producer - will it feature women's football? Oculus Rift support? Chumbawumba? Find out right here.
Here's myself, CVG's Dan Dawkins and Gamesradar's David Houghton to pick over Xbox's E3 show. Overall opinion? 7/10.
EA Sports is, shockingly, bringing FIFA 15 to the world later in 2014. Jeff Poe's played it already and talked to the game's lead producer - here's the result.
EA has announced the Battlefield Hardline beta is now live on PC and PS4. You can play this very minute assuming the internets don't explode from everyone trying to download it at once.
Battlefield: Hardline's multiplayer has been shown off, with the cops-n-robbers FPS showing off some huge levels and incredible destruction.
DICE has shown a few brief glimpses of Mirrors Edge 2 with a completely new combat system incorporated into Faith's freerunning move set.
Martial Arts legend Bruce Lee is coming to the new UFC game as a Day-One pre order bonus.
The studio has shown off its open-world Burnout successor - almost every vehicle imaginable is included.
It's due for release on September the 2nd, and features a whole host of new ways for sadists to off their Sims.
DICE has proved its commitment to nailing Star Wars by explaining how it went to LucasArts to photograph original props and models, and visited the original locations used in the film.
There are no details on when, or how it'll be released. But it's comforting to know that we haven't seen the last of the Mass Effect universe.
There's the option to fight in real-time in Bioware's open world epic, but tactical battles are being pushed heavily this time around.
Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris is a sequel to Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light, and will be available on PC, PS4, and Xbox One. Oh, and it'll have four player co-op.
There wasn't much information available, but we we got to have a good look at the multiplayer mode from the latest Tom Clancy offering.
Crackdown is coming to Xbox One, and it's being made by Dave Jones, creator of the original game.
Fable works surprisingly well as a co-op fantasy action game – no tablet required.