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Sony feels EA Access is a bad deal for gamers
EA Access will not be coming to the PlayStation 4 as Sony felt the service does not offers a good deal for their gaming community.
EA unveils subscription service for Xbox One
Electronic Arts has officially unveiled its subscription service for the Xbox One, which would give users access to their massive collection of games.
EA attempted to charge money for Xbox One demos
Electronic Arts attempted to charge gamers $4.99 to download the Xbox One demos of 'FIFA 14' and 'UFC' before before reverting back to being a free download.
EA announces it’s taking multiple games offline
Following the shutdown of GameSpy Technology online servers, EA will be taking down dozens of its older video games by the end of June.
Classic EA games at risk of losing online support
Electronic Arts announced in a blog posted on May 11 that 50 classic games are at risk of losing their online support by the end of June.
EA working to save 'Battlefield' series from GameSpy shutdown
In response to the anticipated shutdown of GameSpy, EA is working to transition the 'Battlefield' series on to Origin servers.
SimCity coming down from the 'cloud'
San Francisco - Hugely popular SimCity will be coming down from the cloud, letting fans play the rich world simulation game without needing to be connected to the Internet.
'SimCity' will officially be available to play offline
Maxis has officially confirmed that the newest update will not require gamers to be connected online to play the single-player component of 'SimCity'.
EA releases survey to better understand 'Battlefield 4' problems
EA has released an online survey in an effort to better understand the problems and glitches that have plagued 'Battlefield 4'.
EA abolishes online passes, gamers rejoice
Electronic Arts has announced that it is abolishing online passes, the controversial gimmick to discourage used game sales by blocking online content unless a one time code is entered.
Disney partners with EA to develop future 'Star Wars'-games
The Walt Disney Company and Electronic Arts have partnered in a multi-year licensing agreement to develop and publish games future 'Star Wars'-games.
'Crysis 3' trailer unveiled
On Tuesday, Electronic Arts and Crytek unveiled the first trailer for 'Crysis 3', seven days after the video game was announced.
EA unveils new 'Medal of Honor: Warfighter' trailer
EA has unveiled the second trailer for the upcoming game, 'Medal of Honor: Warfighter'. The new trailer offers a look at what gamers will be expecting this holiday season along with the opportunity to pre-order the game.
Op-Ed: Gamers need to stop bickering about ‘Mass Effect 3’ ending
Since the release of 'Mass Effect 3' back in March, video game websites and message boards have exploded with complaints regarding the ending.
A History of Electronic Arts or should that be Amazin' Software?
Did any of you know EA was founded by a former Apple staff member?
EA in negotiations to produce iPhone games
Talks with Apple already underway.
Move over Sega, EA to Bring first 1080p title to Xbox 360
EA vs Sega
EA Disappointed with PS3 Game Sales
PS3 games not selling?
EA’s Q3 financials beat forecasts, Promise to increase support for Nintendo
World famous video game publisher Electronic Arts has revealed its Quarter 3 financial results.
EA announces Laptop-friendly Sims
Electronic Arts announced today that their will be a new line of The Sims video games called The Sims Stories aimed at laptop users.
The top 20 publishers of 2006
And the winner is ....
EA announces Command & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars
From the team at EALA who brought you The Lord of the Rings, The Battle for Middle-earth II for the Xbox 360, C&C 3 will ship worldwide in 2007 for the Xbox 360 and Windows PC.
Urinating in games - EA first on the scene
Next year's Army of Two to feature actual in-game peeing.
EA invests in cheats
EA Games is so miffed that outside companies are making money out of providing cheats for its games, it has decided to do the job itself.
EA clarifies Battlefield 2142's IGA spyware
This is a follow up to the previous story about Battlefield 2142's "Spyware Row"...
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