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Weekly Video Game News Roundup: May 26th

Weekly Video Game News Roundup: May 26th

In this roundup, we wonder why Jenova Chen thinks games aren’t good enough for adults, do a double-take with EA’s generous proposition to indie studios, stare at some Resistance: Burning Skies sc...

By Curt Hutson on 18 April 2018
Mass Effect 2 on PC Added to EA Origin

Mass Effect 2 on PC Added to EA Origin

The video game publisher Electronic Arts makes the PC version of BioWare’s science fiction RPG, Mass Effect 2, available for free through its Origin service. About a couple of weeks ago, Electronic...

By Kyle Sledge on 15 April 2018
‘Battlefield’ Celebrates 10th Anniversary With $10 Games

‘Battlefield’ Celebrates 10th Anniversary With $10 Games

All week long, Electronic Arts and DICE and celebrating the 10-year anniversary of their flagship shooter franchise, Battlefield. The decade has hosted many releases in the series, beginning with t...

By Rob Keyes on 04 April 2018
Jade Empire Coming to EA's Origin Access Vault

Jade Empire Coming to EA's Origin Access Vault

Electronic Arts announces seven games that will be added to the Origin Access vault this summer, including all three Crysis games, and classic RPG Jade Empire. The $5 per month subscription price t...

By Dalton Cooper on 14 July 2016
Titanfall Headed to Origin Access Soon

Titanfall Headed to Origin Access Soon

Best-selling FPS Titanfall is making its way to the Origin Access Vault, allowing PC users to join their Xbox One counterparts in playing the game for free. Publisher EA has announced tha...

By Maxwell Jeffery on 20 March 2016
EA Access Available on PC as Origin Access

EA Access Available on PC as Origin Access

Electronic Arts today unveiled Origin Access, the PC version of the previously Xbox exclusive EA Access subscription service. $4.99 a month unlocks the EA Vault. EA Access, love it or hate it, is a u...

By Rory Young on 13 January 2016
‘SimCity 2000 Available For Free

‘SimCity 2000 Available For Free

With the constant bombardment of DLC, add-on content and controversial microtransactions, it’s hard not to feel nickel and dimed at every turn these days in the video game industry. So it...

By Boston Blake on 30 December 2014