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Origin Users Beware – EA Reserves The Right To Delete Your Games For Inactivity


EA just recently launched their new digital retailer Origin, essentially the EA Store with a makeover, with the intent of expanding their digital and online fronts. So far, they’ve  been doing this through the acquirement of developers such as PopCap and publishing online games such as the (failed) Facebook game Dragon Age: Legends. Origin’s launch […]

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Alice: Madness Returns Xbox 360 Review


Over ten years after we visited a twisted imagining of Wonderland in American McGee’s Alice, Alice: Madness Returns takes us back down the rabbit hole for another dark incarnation of Lewis Carrols’ children tale. With its signature dark tone, a great story, and smooth gameplay Madness Returns undoubtedly has potential for greatness. Sadly, that greatness […]

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EA’s Origin vs. Valve’s Steam: How Do They Stack?


EA looks like it wants to muscle in on some of the action in PC digital and online gaming with the launch of Origin, its own digital game distributor, which is a smart move considering the PC gaming market continues to grow, while PC retail sales are absolutely dismal. It’s been made absolutely clear in […]

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Dragon Age II PS3 Review


Darkspawn scamper across the land, heading seemingly towards their next destination. Wherever they arrive, devastation is sure to follow. A bolt of magic strikes a darkspawn lackey, sending him flying in the direction from which he came.

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Origin: EA’s Gaming Download Service


Wall Street Journal reports that gaming publisher, Electronic Arts, is planning on launching a digital-game download service called Origin. Similar to Valve’s Steam service, gamers can buy and download PC titles onto their computer. Origin is reported to be launching with over 150 titles, although no specific names have been mentioned except one. In what […]

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RUMOR: Mass Effect 3 Getting Kinect Controls


The next Mass Effect may support Kinect controls, according to Gamespot.

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Crysis 2 Xbox 360 Review


Are you tired of the same First Person Shooters over and over? Do you also like wearing a cool suit that can turn you invisible? Well, this is the game for you and is a great example of how all first person shooters should be created and played, tons of freedom to roam around in.

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UPDATE: Possible New Xbox Hardware


UPDATE: Apparently EA vice president of communications Jeff Brown disagrees with the rumors of the new Xbox hardware.

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