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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.
Microtransactions will NOT feature in every single EA release going forwards.
The server woes that darkened SimCity’s US launch yesterday will not be repeated when the game hits the UK this Friday.
Lower than expected sales of Dead Space 3 have forced EA to cancel the sequel and effectively axe the IP, a report claims.
Need for Speed: Most Wanted has been named as the next star of GAME’s lock-in events.
Many PC gamer’s worst fears have come to fruition with news that EA’s Origin servers have crippled the US launch of SimCity.
EA’s high-tech shooter Crysis 3 is the UK’s No.1 for the second week, despite a 43 per cent drop in sales.
Former Epic developer Cliff Blezsinski has called for a halt to the endless stream of vitriol aimed at the free to play market.
Autodesk's pricing gets questioned, Blizzard and EA plan launch events for SimCity, and Riot Games opens an office in Sydney.
Consumer demand has led to EA’s decision to put microtransactions into ALL of its games, the publisher says.
Just how much are games for the PS4 going to cost?
EA’s digital executive vice president Kristian Segerstrale has left the company.
We were treated to a genuine chart battle in the UK this week – and EA’s Crysis 3 has emerged triumphant.
Remember those times when developers would lash out at console transitions? It seems like a lifetime ago now.
Getting coverage in the games press is easy.
Battlefield 4 is already being shown off to partners of publisher EA.
The legal tussle between EA and Zynga appears to be over.
EA is using social media as its weapon of choice to promote Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel.
A consumer backlash to the freemium business model implemented in Real Racing 3 has forced a change to the game.
EA has decided to give age-old puzzle classic Tetris a free-to-play makeover.