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1:30 PM on 12.11.2014

EA Sports UFC (and Bruce Lee!) joins EA Access on December 18

Damn. Started my last post about EA Access by admitting I keep forgetting the service exists, so it'd be poor form to do that again despite my continued forgetfulness. And now I've muddied this post by calling attention to th...

Jordan Devore


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Mistwalker Announces Upcoming Terra Battle Concert

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Sure, I'll take a free copy of SimCity 2000 on Origin photo
Sure, I'll take a free copy of SimCity 2000 on Origin
by Jordan Devore

I never thought I'd have this many games attached to my Origin account, but here we are with yet another On the House offer from Electronic Arts I might as well claim. You know, just to have.

SimCity 2000 is free (read: free to keep, not free to play for a limited time) so get on that.

I think the last time I seriously played this was in, gosh, middle school? It's been a while.

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4:30 PM on 12.09.2014

Not-so-final stand: There's more Battlefield 4 DLC on the way

It looked like Battlefield 4 was going to go out on a relative high note with the Final Stand DLC, but when it comes to naming in this industry, "final" doesn't have to mean the end. "With [Final Stand] released, we hope and ...

Jordan Devore

8:30 PM on 12.07.2014

Time's running out to get your free EA games on PSN

EA is giving away the following three titles for free via PSN until midnight Sunday. Need for Speed: Most Wanted (Vita) Mirror's Edge (PS3) Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare (PS4) You can grab your free games right here. Go go go! Electronic Arts [Twitter]

Kyle MacGregor



Review: Peggle Blast photo
Review: Peggle Blast
by Chris Carter

My criteria for enjoying a game with microtransactions is simple -- am I having fun, and can I consistently have fun without feeling like I need to pay out? Unlike some people who hate microtransactions on sheer principle, if I can play through an entire game without having to indulge or otherwise pay attention to them for one moment, they naturally don't detract from my enjoyment of said game. 

If a game entices me to want to pay, I'm generally okay with it, as long as I can play the core game unfettered. See Path of Exile for this model. It works.

Peggle Blast on the other hand is a travesty that attempts to subvert fun at every turn. Shame on you, EA.

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8:55 PM on 12.05.2014

First look at new game from 'core team' behind Brothers - A Tale of Two Sons

Starbreeze and filmmaker Josef Fares ended up making a great adventure game in Brothers - A Tale of Two Sons. As announced and teased at the Game Awards tonight, Fares is working on a new project under publisher Electronic Arts with a team called Hazelight. What is it? Hell if I know! The teaser showed two men riding in a train under the moonlight. Oh, I see.

Jordan Devore

5:30 PM on 12.03.2014

EA's looking to build from within instead of acquiring new studios

In one way, Electronic Arts has always sort of been the New York Yankees of videogames -- it simply buys what it wants. Many of the studios in EA's stable -- such as PopCap and BioWare -- weren't home-grown, but rather bought...

Brett Makedonski

5:30 PM on 11.20.2014

The Phantom Bow makes me want to get back into Battlefield 4

Battlefield 4 Premium players have dug into this week's Final Stand DLC and found a number of secrets, including a cool-looking compound bow gated behind a force field in Hanger 21. Last I checked, the community at large was...

Jordan Devore

1:00 PM on 11.19.2014

Titanfall drops an all-inclusive Deluxe edition from the sky

Surely there will soon be some new pilots in the Titanfall arena looking to rodeo ride some massive mechs. Today, Respawn announced the Deluxe edition of its innovative shooter, which is functionally similar to "game of...

Brett Makedonski

12:00 PM on 11.18.2014

Dragon Age: Inquisition launch trailer will make you want to play Dragon Age

This launch trailer for Dragon Age: Inquisition isn't short on anything. It doesn't skimp on gorgeous shots of the expansive universe. It has plenty of the ferocious winged serpents that adorn the franchise's namesake. ...

Brett Makedonski

7:00 PM on 11.17.2014

Battlefield 4's Final Stand DLC channels Battlefield 2142

This trailer for Battlefield 4's Final Stand DLC, like many Battlefield videos before it, makes me want to play the series. They're packed full of cool moment after cool moment that you could, in theory, encounter yourself i...

Jordan Devore





9:00 AM on 11.11.2014

PC Port Report: Dragon Age: Inquisition

The third installment in the Dragon Age franchise is finally here. If you're like me, you are cautiously optimistic with this one after playing Dragon Age II. I'm more of a tactical player, and felt that I was left in th...

Patrick Hancock



Review: Dragon Age: Inquisition photo
Review: Dragon Age: Inquisition
by Chris Carter

Dragon Age II felt like a great action game that was outsourced to a lesser developer. It lacked the polish BioWare typically puts into its titles, and almost the entire affair felt like a gigantic step back from everything Origins had established. What was once a promising franchise that reminded me of the glory days of RPGs such as Baldur's Gate became a shadow of its former self, with lazily re-used assets and no sense of scale.

BioWare went back to the drawing board with Inquisition, the third Dragon Age outing, and the game is all the better for it. It feels like a culmination of its predecessors' strengths, with all of the bells and whistles that come with current-gen hardware.

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12:15 PM on 11.10.2014

Dragon Age: The Last Court available now, free*

Dragon Age: The Last Court is meant to bridge the gap between Dragon Age II and the upcoming Dragon Age: Inquisition. The story-driven, text-based RPG is playable now provided you log in with an Origin ID. ...

Steven Hansen

12:15 PM on 11.07.2014

New Mass Effect will be written by Halo 4's writer

Can I put a clause in my contract that I can only be photographed with purple and blue lighting on either side of me, too? BioWare is introducing lead roles on its new Mass Effect project with nice, colorful studio photo...

Steven Hansen



Your Sims can now 'accidentally' drown in the The Sims 4 photo
Your Sims can now 'accidentally' drown in the The Sims 4
by Jordan Devore

The Sims 4 was notably missing pools at launch, though something tells me many of us weren't playing the game then. As an on-again, off-again Sims player, I passed. If you're waiting for The Sims Studio to flesh out the game with more updates, take note: pools are in.

Today's free update adds pool building (diagonal blocks are in), customization options for swimwear, and a bunch of fixes related to performance, graphics, and Build Mode.

Remember, ladders are optional.

Rejoice! Pools are Now in The Sims 4! [The Sims]

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