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EA abandoning online passes. No, really.

Did EA just do something nice?  Did we all just fall into an alternate reality?  The answer to the first question is yes.  The answer to the second question is maybe, because all those online passes EA was forcing on us are disappearing.  Seriously.  Read on for the details.

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Tetris Blitz now available on App Store and Google Play

In news that makes me feel young again, EA have announced that Tetris Blitz, the blitz style take on the original addictive Tetris game is now live on both the Apple App Store and Google Play.

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Dead Space 3: Awakened DLC Review

Dead Space 3: Awakened follows immediately after the closing events of Dead Space 3, promising more co-op fun (or is that terror?) with Isaac Clarke and John Carver. Adding more backstory to the Dead Space world and answering the question of just what happened to the duo after Dead Space 3’s finale, is the DLC worth the $15 asking price, or should you simply opt out of this experience?

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The Sims 3 – Save Game

  With  a new world, Dragon Valley being released on May 30th and that whole The Sims 4 thing on the horizon in 2014, I thought it would be beneficial to go back to my Sims 3 game and see just how much havoc I could wreak using some familiar faces and a whole lot of expansion packs.

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FUSE – Hands on Preview

At a recent demonstration event put on by EA Games I was able to get some hands on time with FUSE, the latest property from Insomniac Games. Ted Price (CEO of Insomniac) introduced the game and outlined four features that the studio was proud of: the focus on co-operative gameplay, crazy weapons and blowing stuff up, the skill tree progression system and the ability to leap between characters. These features contribute to making it a stand out game in a heavily populated genre.

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A beautiful slice of heart pounding action – Crysis 3 review

First person shooters seem to be a dime a dozen these days, with every major publisher fielding an FPS title within their lineup of games. EA is no exception, but does Crysis 3 – their latest offering in the third person shooter domain – bring something new to the already crowded FPS corral? Or is Crysis 3 just another tired nag when compared the the drafthorse powerhouse that is the Call of Duty series? I won’t spoil the whole review in the first paragraph, but the short answer is Crysis 3 provides one hell of a ride.

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Battlefield 3 for $5 for a limited time on Origin

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If you like shooters and explosions and guns and all that fun stuff and you have yet to play Battlefield 3 – today is Christmas for you with EA announcing that they will be offering Battlefield 3 for $5 on Origin for 12 hours only.

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EA launches Battlefield 4 teaser site

To those who were holding their breath, wondering if there would be another Battlefield game, it’s time to take a huge sigh of relief.  There is indeed a new game on the way, and EA has launched a cool site teasing a reveal next week.  Read on for the details.

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Review – Dead Space 3

It’s Necromorphs, Necromorphs everywhere, with Dead Space 3 marking the third game where dismembering limbs is the song to saving your skin. But with three games in, is the tune a little too overplayed? Have Dead Space’s scary monsters lost their fear factor? The answer to these questions is a resounding HELL NO.

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The Sims Freeplay receives update

Calling all level 20 sims freeplayers – if you’ve been hanging out to construct your own swimming pools, today is your lucky day, with EA announcing the inclusion of swimming pools and related accessories to The Sims Freeplay.

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