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Ho-lee shit. EA just announced that they’re planning to release Command & Conquer: The Ultimate Collection this autumn. The pack contains all seventeen games in the franchise for a mere $50. It will be available both in retail and digital forms. (Digital through Origin.)
This is an absolute must-have for any real-time strategy fan.
Burnout clone or not, I’m going to have to buy this one.
Something lurks in the dark corners of space, something powerful enough to kill a Reaper.
It looks like EA plans to ruin what would have otherwise been an amazing real-time strategy game by releasing a free-to-play (read: micro-transaction supported) web based Command & Conquer game instead of Generals II, which they promised us last year.
At least it’s still going to run on the Frostbite 2.0 engine, I guess?
The New York Post received word from several sources early this morning that video game publishing titan EA is exploring the possibility of a sale. Talks are still early, however.
First Vivendi tries to dump their stock in Activision Blizzard and now this. Wow.
It looks like EA learned from their mistakes with the multiplayer in the last Medal of Honor. In other words, the multiplayer in Warfighter actually appears to be fun.
The Dead Space games should ship with a package of Depends. Christ.
As much as I love their games, Criterion is really starting to blur the lines between the Need For Speed and Burnout franchises. That’s not necessarily a good thing.
This is certainly shaping up to be a cooler looking entry in the franchise than Crysis 2.
Zynga is dying. There’s no doubt about it. The once-mighty FarmVille maker’s stock value is in the toilet, they’re being sued by EA on behalf of Maxis, they just lost their COO in an ugly and very public way, and now they’re desperately trying to prevent a mass exodus of talent by handing out shares of their stock to employees like handfuls of candy.
In other words, the company’s executives are in full panic mode. This is not good.