Posts Tagged ‘EA’

New Origin Sale Has High-Profile Titles

by Todd Blackon April 3, 2015
Sales are a big part of gamers lives, as they allow us to get games we’ve wanted at a much better price than they are when they usually first come out. For EA, via their online site Origin, they’ve started a sale that includes may classic, modern, and high-profile titles. Such as you ask? Well, […]

Titanfall Free to Play on PC for 48 hours, 50% Off After Time is Up

by Kevin Priceon August 22, 2014
The PC version of Titanfall is currently free to play for 48 hours on Origin as part of EA’s Game Time program. The game is also available for 50% off after your 48 hours are up. Anyone with an Origin account can, right now, grab Titanfall and play it free of charge for 48 hours, […]

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EA Announces Subscription Service for Xbox One

by Matthew Dunleavyon July 29, 2014
EA announced a new subscription service for Xbox One earlier today. The service, EA Access, will cost $4.99 per month or $29.99 for a year. Subscribers to EA Access will have access to The Vault, a collection of EA games that currently consists of FIFA 14, Madden NFL 25, Peggle 2 and Battlefield 4.  EA […]
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BioWare Tease New Title ‘Shadow Realms’

by James Goughon July 25, 2014
BioWare Tease New Title ‘Shadow Realms’ Ahead of their panel discussing Mass Effect at San Diego Comic Con, BioWare teased fans with this teaser video; It’s definitely a teaser video for a new game; it seems unlikely to be related to existing BioWare IPs such as Mass Effect or Dragon Age. The video itself, titled “YOU’VE BEEN CHOSEN: […]

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Is Dark Souls The New Benchmark for Gaming?

by James Goughon July 15, 2014
Is Dark Souls The New Benchmark for Gaming? Gaming has always had its benchmark titles; those games that stand out head and shoulders above the rest, those that set the trends other studios work towards or try to best. These seminal titles are considered to be the benchmarks of which other games, and sequels, are judged; […]

EA Were Charging for Game Demos

by James Goughon July 4, 2014
EA Were Charging for Game Demos There was some slightly worrying news for gamers from Australia and the UK today as EA were charging for game demos on Xbox platforms. Game demos seem to be on the decline as a whole, particularly on consoles; head into the PSN or Xbox store and you’ll be doing well […]


Titanfall Free to Play on PC for 48 Hours

by Kevin Priceon June 20, 2014
The huge multiplayer shooter, Titanfall, is free to play on Origin for 48 hours as part of Electronic Arts’ Game Time program. This programs allows for 48 hours of a full game experience, the entire game is downloadable and available. Once you start up Titanfall for the first time, the clock starts ticking down from […]

EA Reveals Some Details On New Mass Effect

by Matthew Bandeiraon June 9, 2014
During EA’s press conference, BioWare Montreal revealed that they are working on the upcoming Mass Effect. Not much was revealed, but BioWare did reveal that it will take place in a new part of the galaxy, with a new story and characters. During the conference, BioWare said “Imagine what we can do now with new […]