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  • Blog Post: EA Mobile Boss Says Mobile Dungeon Keeper ‘Innovated Too Much’

    EA is speaking up about this year’s mobile Dungeon Keeper reboot. The free-to-play title, which is based on Bullfrog’s Dungeon Keeper PC series, was maligned by gamers for having an overly aggressive monetization scheme , but its struggles have been interpreted differently by EA’s mobile... More
  • Blog Post: UK Advertising Authority Strikes Blow Against ‘Free-To-Play’ And EA’s Dungeon Keeper

    The British Advertising Standards Authority has fired a shot against EA and, potentially, all uses of the term “free-to-play” in advertising. The government agency has upheld a complaint that the mobile version of Dungeon Keeper has mechanisms in place to push players toward monetization... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: What's Your Favorite Free-To-Play Game?

    Free-to-play may not be the complete and total future of video game distribution, but many indicators point to it being a very important part of it. What's your favorite game you've played that you didn't have to pay to download? I nursed a temporary Candy Crush addiction , and I enjoyed... More
  • Blog Post: Peter Molyneux Leaves Lionhead For New Studio

    Peter Molyneux, one of the founders of Lionhead Studios and the creative head at Microsoft Studios Europe, has announced that he was leaving those positions for a job at new company 22 Cans. Longtime gamers know Molyneux for his work on classic PC games such as Populous and Dungeon Keeper, though he's... More
  • Blog Post: Good Old Games Adds Classic EA PC Titles To Catalog

    For old-school PC fans, Good Old Games is a treasure trove, offering an impressive selection of classic PC games for very reasonable prices and without the hassles of DRM. Today, GOG announced that it's beefing up its lineup thanks to a new deal with Electronic Arts. The deal will eventually bring... More
  • Blog Post: EA Hasn't Forgotten About Road Rash And Populous

    In a recent interview, EA Games president Frank Gibeau referenced several long lost franchises in the company's back catalog, suggesting it may be working with the titles in the future. Talking with CVG , Gibeau refuted suggestions that EA had locked up old franchises and thrown away the key. "Absolutely... More
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