Good Game: Medal of Honor (PS)

A Good Game a day for the rest of time perhaps?

Today it’s Medal of Honor a 1999 first-person shooter video game, developed by DreamWorks Interactive and published by Electronic Arts for the PlayStation (PS). It is the first instalment in the Medal of Honor video game series. The story was created by film director and producer Steven Spielberg.

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Titanfall is Now Available (Xbox One and PC)

Jetpacks are cool and all but they must a halth and safety risk for the piolots.
Jetpacks are cool but they must be a safety risk for the pilots, they could explode.

Titanfall is a first-person shooter multiplayer video game developed by Respawn Entertainment (by some former members of Infinity Ward) and published by Electronic Arts as an exclusive for Microsoft platforms: PC, Xbox 360 and Xbox One is now finally available in Europe.

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Battlefield 1942 is Currently Available for Free on PC

First-person shooters haven’t changed over the years.

Electronic Arts said last week that users can now play the original Battlefield game, Battlefield 1942 on PC through the Origin service for free. The announcement coincided with Battlefield 3 Premium members going over 2 million subscribers since June.

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Dragon Age III: Inquisition Announced

The Inquisition suppressing heresy since 1101.

Electronic Art on Monday announced the newest game in the sinking ship that is the Dragon Age franchise, Dragon Age III: Inquisition. BioWare’s Edmonton and Montreal studios are developing the game with the use Electronic Art’s Frostbite 2 engine before moving on to a new engine to deliver an “expansive world, better visuals, more reactivity to player choices, and more customization”.

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My Opinion: Star Wars The Old Republic Subscriptions Plummet and is Now Going Free-To-Play

Cartel Coins the birth of a new conspiracy logo.

BioWare have announced yesterday that its top budget MMORPG will be adding a free-to-play option by this Autumn. The game will also be going on sale in August for $14.99 (£9.61) with a free one month subscription included for people who might want to get involved in the game before free to play changes happen. As Star Wars: The Old Republic is going to free to play get ready to hear about Cartel Coins a lot.

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Battlefield 3 Now has Over 1.3 Million Premium Members

Look at how happy he is and they say war is hell.

Electronic Arts announced yesterday that Battlefield 3 Premium subscriptions have passed way over the one million mark. According to Electronic Arts fiscal report for the first financial quarter of 2013, the number of Battlefield 3 Premium subscriptions our around 1.3 million. Last month around 800,000 players had signed up for Battlefield 3 Premium in its first two weeks of availability.

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The Secret World Free Weekend Next Week

The best thing about The Secret World.

The developers of The Secret World revealed during an official live stream yesterday that The Secret World will be open for anyone to play next weekend. From 3rd August at 4pm GMT until 6th August at 7am GMT. This is to celebrate the games one month anniversary (seriously?), Funcom will be doing events, giving players fireworks and other rewards for completing a series of missions. However more importantly people who want to know more about what the game is about or try out The Secret World will be able to do so over the weekend without paying a single penny a part from a bit of your soul.

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