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Star Wars: The Old Republic has seen an increase of 2m new accounts since switching to the free-to-play model last November.
The categories for the 2013 MCV Pacific Awards have been announced this week, while distributor Tuff Kat goes into administration.
EA is slowly ramping up its Battlefield 4 hype machine ahead of the game’s official unveiling on March 26th.
Publisher EA has expanded its fitness aspirations with the release of yoga app Yogify on iOS.
EA’s digital download service Origin has now attracted over 40m members, the publisher has confirmed.
EA’s controversial city-simulator SimCity has passed the 1m unit sales mark.
Owners of SimCity on PC have been told which games they will be able to claim for free as an apology for the strategy game’s rocky launch.
Outgoing EA CEO John Riccitiello has said that “accountability” is the cause behind his reason to quit the publisher.
John Riccitiello has resigned from his role as EA CEO.
Twitter’s bite-sized video service Vine has become the latest marketing tool available to publishers and game makers.
One of the great things about the internet is that it gives everyone a voice. But one of the bad things about the internet is that it gives everyone a ...
Maxis GM Lucy Bradshaw has tried to diffuse some of the anger being thrown at SimCity, but fresh claims from the modding community have cast doubt on the studio’s defence.
After a frustrating silence, SimCity developer Maxis has finally conceded that there are AI issues troubling its game.
Last weekend's SimCity launch proved to be a trial by fire for EA – but I can only see this situation as one the publishing giant has won.
Some might expect the main lesson to be learnt from the launch of SimCity was the perils of including always-on DRM in your product.
Despite the fact that SimCity is now working, the online games community continues to target it.
Adding more and more servers to support the launch of its SimCity reboot appears to be helping EA turn a corner.
The rebooted Tomb Raider is the new UK No.1.
Games representatives and social activists have called for an attitude of acceptance towards LGBT issues in the industry at an event in New York.
After what has been a wretched start to life this week, SimCity has finally arrived in the UK – and everything’s fine!
Australia's first ever R18+ rated videogame hit shelves this week, and the iGEA and media were there to help celebrate.
The team at SimCity developer Maxis has pledged that they won’t rest until the game is working correctly.
An event discussing LGBT issues in video gaming called EA Full Spectrum is taking place today in New York.
The story of Dead Space 4’s supposed cancellation has taken an unwelcome turn with EA COO Peter Moore launching a personal attack on the journalist who broke the story.
The clock is ticking ahead of the UK launch of SimCity at midnight.