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EA announces EA Access, a game subscription service


EA has announced that they are launching a brand new game subscription service called EA Access. The service, a partnership between EA and Microsoft, will offer Xbox One users the chance to pay a subscription fee to gain access to a variety of games from the publisher. “At EA, we are always looking for new ways to make it easier ...

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EA reveals Sims 4 system requirements


EA has released the required specifications needed to run the Sims 4. As you would expect from a mass market game like the Sims, you won’t need a high-end gaming machine to run the game. In fact, EA has made it so that the vast majority of people with a reasonably modern computer system should be able to jump in ...

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Obsidian would like to develope Knights of the Old Republic 3


Speaking to IGN, project director Josh Sawyer and lead producer Brandon Adler have revealed that Obsidian is still interested in the Star Wars franchise. According to the two, the developer regularly considers the possibility of working on a further Knights of the Old Republic title. During the interview Sawyer goes on to explain that many of the staff who worked ...

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EA gives away Sims 2: Ultimate Edition for free


The Sims 2: Ultimate Edition is now available to download for free from Origin. Any registered user can access the game from the Origin client or through the online website at no cost. The Ultimate Edition of the game includes the original title along with all eight expansion packs and a number of different stuff packs that contain additional content. ...

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EA profits rise by 51%


EA has seen its earnings rise by 51%. The full figures from April to June show that profits for the publisher rose to $335 million from $222 last year. The report from EA reveals that strong sales from titles such as Titanfall and FIFA 2014 has helped to increase profits. The publisher also stated that the release of new consoles, ...

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Battlefield Hardline delayed until early 2015


Visceral Games has revealed that Battlefield Hardline has been delayed until 2015. In a post on the official Battlefield website the company explained that they have made the decision to push the release date of the game back as they want to further improve it. The post states that Visceral Games began considering additional gameplay ideas in after receiving feedback ...

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The Sims 4 will feature a Premium Membership option


A couple of days ago Maxis posted a new trailer showcasing 20 minutes of The Sims 4 gameplay complete with commentary. The video is worth checking out as it gives us a closer look at the Create A Sim creation tool that the company keeps bragging about since the game was first announced. This new tool seems to be more ...

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Further changes to Battlefield Hardline announced


Another round of changes has been brought to Battlefield Hardline thanks to feedback from beta testers. The Community’s Most Wanted List sees developer Visceral Games looking at the most requested changes by those who have played the game and making those changes. The latest edition details changes that include balancing the mechanic class so that it is better suited to ...

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EA reveals cover and release date for FIFA 15


The cover and release date of FIFA 15 has been announced by EA. The title, like the previous two iterations, will feature Lionel Messi on the front cover globally. Each region will receive unique variations based on players from local leagues, but the Barcelona star and Argentina captain will be features across all versions. The publisher confirmed that the game ...

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FIFA 14 and EA Sports UFC Xbox One demos no longer free


Users on NeoGAF have discovered earlier that the Xbox One demos for FIFA 14 and EA Sports UFC now cost $4.99 although they were initially free. The point of a demo is to let you try out a game before deciding to purchase it. Unsurprisingly, many people were outraged that now they have to pay just to try out these ...

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