One time use codes for online features will no longer be included in EA titles.
No official link between gun creators and publisher, but EA shooters to include real guns.
Ryan mistakes Bob Hoskins for dead; Jeff loves Riff-Raff; Vinny loves sleep; Brad loves Dota 2; Patrick loves Ellen; the gang learns what the best console is; the Shmoo is real.
The publisher has struck a deal with Disney to grant them the exclusive license for the franchise.
EA's beleaguered CEO has stepped down from the company.
Studio is promising changes, and offers a free game, too.
Yes, Alex is still talking about SimCity, its troubled launch, and flexible review scores. Why? Because it's interesting, dammit.
Alex wanders through the wild and woolly hinterland of microtransactions, only to come away with an all-too-familiar feeling.
Publisher taking MoH "out of rotation," but still committed to yearly shooters.
Fox and Happy Madison are working with EA to produce an hour-long action comedy based on the franchise. Yay?
Plus, PS3 owners to eventually have access to the original game.
The co-founders of BioWare, the faces of the studio, are on their way out.
Sequel is built on DICE's Frostbite 2 engine, ensuring better-looking blood.
EA and Danger Close will honor the sacrifices of our troops and their families by letting you shoot your friends in places that Bin Laden used to hang out in.
PopCap hasn't yet commented, but Nintendo Power news seems legit.
Someone start busting out the popcorn .gifs.
The Devil's Cartel will still feature cooperative dude merc-ing, this time amid the drug wars of Mexico.
The first 50 levels of BioWare's Star Wars MMO will be free to all players later this year.
...EA isn't sure if players will have the option to view the original endings.
EA says BioWare Austin layoffs are part of the plan, confirms Rich Vogel's departure.
I guess this counts as a product announcement? Sort of?
Company expects to spend $1.1 million on severance packages.
EA showed expected games, made a few desperate pleas, and announced at least one surprising thing, all while connecting you to things.
This Call of Duty Elite-looking service offers DLC, exclusive items, and...server queue priority?
The rest of the lawsuit still goes to trial on May 29.
$80 million invested into next-gen development, upcoming layoffs, and more sequels.
Will this movie finally tell the tale of Razor Callahan the way it was meant to be told? Probably not, but we can dream.
New option should give players more control over their purchases.
Newest sequel will take place inside the urban jungle of New York City.
The game publisher overwhelmingly takes the trophy for "Worst Company in America," according to voters on The Consumerist's poll.
Patrick's lengthy conversation with Entertainment Weekly writer Jeff Jensen on that ending, the concept of fan entitlement, and the perils of player agency.
Mass Effect 3's ending has sparked an enormous debate, one that highlights the problem with endings, the role of creators, and what it means to be a fan.
Allowing customers to send their games back is standard policy.
The woes for one of the UK's formerly biggest video game retailers continue to grow.
Digital Mass Effect 3 to be available day and date with retail copies.
Lots of numbers regarding Star Wars, Battlefield 3, and others to think about.
"I spared no expense," said John Riccitiello, asked about space dinosaurs.
The company says it will work with affected users to get them online.
The prayers of our wallets have been answered.
The biggest debut for a Battlefield game yet.
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