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Electronic Arts has said it wants to "work out an agreement" with Valve that will see its games return to the Steam download service.
We’re halfway through 2011 and publisher EA can already lay claim to four 2m+ unit selling titles.
German developer Crytek has admitted that its decision to target the wider games market with Crysis 2 has "backfired a little bit".
Publisher EA has denied that it took the decision to remove Crysis 2 from Valve's download service Steam.
Publisher EA has announced the first DLC for console and PC shooter Crysis 2.
505 Games' Zumba is the UK's No.1 video game this week.
505 Games’ Zumba Fitness has shot up the charts this week just one place behind EA’s Crysis 2 which holds on to No.1.
It’s a very different looking Top 40 this week, with 12 new games in the charts.
EA's Crysis 2 has finally arrived in the US and hits UK retail on Friday, and with the review embargo lifting last night reviewers have been heaping praise on the ...
iPad 2 platform holder Apple has insisted that the UK launch of the new tablet Mac will take places this Friday (March 25th) as planned.
Crysis 2 will push the console visual envelope when its released next month, but one thing it won't do is add weight to the growing motion control movement.
Upcoming EA release Crysis 2 will break with the publisher's recent tradition and not require a user to input an Online Pass code to access key features.
At Microsoft's Xbox 360 showcase last night EA made the startling claim that Crysis 2 will not take any sort of performance knock when its 3D mode is enabled.
EA has uploaded demos of its key Q1 FPS games Crysis 2 and Bulletstorm to Xbox Live today.
Publisher EA is so confident about the quality of its upcoming shooter Crysis 2 that it has already declared that the game wills gain a 90 per cent plus review ...
Electronic Arts has announced no less than two special SKUs for the highly anticipated Crysis 2.
Release dates have been announced for what could be two of 2011’s biggest titles – Crysis 2 and Rage.
Crytek last night confirmed that its EA Partners-published Crysis 2 will boast stereoscopic 3D - and described the new vision tech as a 'quantum leap' for games.
The news that EA’s Crysis 2 will be playable in stereoscopic 3D gives yet another hint about the surprises that Microsoft has in store for its press conference at 6pm ...
EA is set to confirm that upcoming console and PC shooter Crysis 2 will support stereoscopic 3D.
Crysis 2 will definitely launch by the end of the year - and will be in stores by the autumn.
Electronic Arts will be showing off its multiplatform force with a line-up that boasts major titles in all key genres.