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Totally Not EA’s Star Wars Games

Posted May 7, 2013 by Dalibor Dimovski

We’re horrible.

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How Do You Write a Book About Mass Effect?: Rowan Kaiser Has The Answer

Posted May 2, 2013 by Tyler Colp

Rowan Kaiser is writing a critical book about the Mass Effect trilogy. Tyler asked him some questions about his writing background and how he’ll tackle such a lengthy and complex series of games.

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EA CEO John Riccitiello Resigns [Updated: Full Resignation Letter]

Posted March 18, 2013 by Tyler Colp

EA CEO steps down from his role.

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EA Denies Dead Space Rumors, VideoGamer.com Stands Behind Report

Posted March 6, 2013 by Tyler Colp

EA denies the rumor of Dead Space 4′s cancellation, and VideoGamer.com, the website that originally published the report, stands behind it.

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Report: Respawn Entertainment President Jason West Retired Last May

Posted March 3, 2013 by Tyler Colp

Jason West, president of Respawn Entertainment reportedly left the company last May.

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Dead Space 3 Review: In Space, There’s No Reason To Scream

Posted February 12, 2013 by Ryan Franklin

Even without the horror you might hope for, Dead Space 3 is an enjoyable action-shooter with a few great moments of tension.

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EA Responds to SimCity Beta Controversy

Posted January 22, 2013 by Steven Strom

EA’s official statement and plans regarding the issue.

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EA leaves Origin’s doors unlocked; Users make off with free games

Posted October 15, 2012 by Michael Bachmann

EA accidentally gave away boatloads of cheap games to those sneaky enough to grab them, but in the process may have alienated some of its user base.

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