Tag Archive: EA

Aug 11 2014

NEWS: EA Access is Live on Xbox One

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EA’s new premium subscription service went live earlier today on Xbox One. EA Access allows members to download EA games from the “vault,” receive discounts on digital goods, and get first-dibs on demos for upcoming games. The service runs for $4.99 a month or $29.99 for a full year. Games played through this service will …

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Aug 06 2014

NEWS: EA Giving Away More Free Games

The love train keeps on coming from EA and their Origin service. As a part of their ‘On the House’ program, Peggle has moved on and made way for a game I’m giddy to replay,  Wing Commander 3. The game was first published on PC in 1994, but made its way to Sony’s Playstation in …

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Jul 24 2014

NEWS: EA Gives out The Sims 2 for Free

EA has recently announced that they will be pulling their support plug on The Sims 2, which saw release in 2004. EA will now be upgrading all Sims 2 owners to the Ultimate Collection, and for a limited time, anyone can go and download the game for free. To get your free copy of The …

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Jul 08 2014

NEWS: New Battlefield 4 Expansion Comes Early for Premium Members

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The 4th expansion in EA’s shooter franchise will be released on July 15th, and will be free for Premium members. The new expansion will add 4 new maps, 5 new weapons, a new gadget, game mode, 10 assignments, and vehicle. The pack will be made available to non-Premium members on July 29th for $15. The new …

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Jun 09 2014

E3 2014: Live Blog of the EA Press Conference

Okay with Microsoft done it’s time for everyone’s favourite monolith of the industry to tell us about cars and guns. I kid of course, for as much EA’s presser is normally the nadir of the day for me, considering that there will be Star Wars news to talk about and considering how interesting PvZ: Garden …

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Dec 12 2013

NEWS: EA Awarded as one of ‘Best Places to Work 2014′

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Yup, that’s right. What was named one of the worst companies in America is now one of the best places to work. EA recently scored a perfect 100 percent on the Human Rights Campaign’s Corporate Equality Index. EA listed a number of campaigns the company undertook both in their gaming development and business practices to …

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Jun 10 2013

E3 2013: EA Press Conference Live Blog

You know I’m really going to miss Ricatello and his wild tired hair, no man has ever looked like he needed a drink more than him.

May 24 2013

EA and Star Wars: A New Hope?

The question on the mind of every Star Wars video game fan is what’s going to happen to the Star Wars franchise since the closing of LucasArts and the acquisition of the license to Star Wars games by Electronic Arts. Given EA’s back-to-back “Worst Company in America” awards, matched with their highly controversial takeovers and …

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Sep 20 2012

Dragon Age 3: Inquisition

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Hey guys, Dragon Age 3 is totally a thing! Unless you have been living under a very large rock there is no doubt that you’ve heard about the Dragon Age series. Developed by BioWare in 2009, Dragon Age: Origins was a pretty awesome RPG. When games are awesome they spawn fan fics, graphics novels, and …

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Aug 04 2012

EA Announces Army of Two The Devil’s Cartel

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EA and Visceral Games, the twisted minds responsible for the popular sci-fi horror franchise Dead Space, have recently announced the third installment in the Army of Two series, titled The Devil’s Cartel. Army of Two is renowned for its intense co-operative gameplay, a gaming experience that encourages players to work as a team with another live player, …

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