Back in May, Electronic Arts gave gamers a sneak peek into their take on next generation of gaming with titles such as “NBA Live 14″ and “FIFA 14.” But EA is more than sports titles during its E3 press conference the company showed off an impressive cache of games spanning many different genres including racing, first-person shooters and RPGs. Whether its questing your way through a mythical land awash in chaos or racing down a highway at breakneck speeds, Electronic Arts has you covered. The following recap is a glimpse into the beginning of the future of next-generation gaming,
The sequel to the popular "Plants vs. Zombies" is on the horizon, but in the meantime, PopCap Games has a few more tricks up their green sleeves. The new "Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare" takes the PvZ gameplay we all know and love and turns it on its head. Instead of a single player sowing a field to stave off the zombie horde, "Garden Warfare" recruits up to four people in the war against the undead. And instead of a static board, "Garden Warfare" renders the plants in 3D and places player in a third-person perspective. Plants like Sunflower and Peashooter are just cute as ever and boss fights such as the Disco Zombie look challenging yet fun.