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  • Blog Post: Humble Origin Bundle Sets Record, Adds More Games

    The Humble Origin Bundle has generated over $9 million, setting a record for the charity service. Two games have also been added since the bundle's launch. The previous record was help by the Humble Indie Bundle 5, which generated just over $5 million. That bundle included Psychonauts, Limbo, Amnesia... More
  • Blog Post: Is This A Plants Vs. Zombies 2 Tease Or Just A Bit Of Fun?

    With E3 just around the corner and Plants vs. Zombies 2 just recently confirmed, we're excited to learn more about PopCap's return to tower defense and yard work. As the week wound down, three clever images appeared on the official Plants vs. Zombies Facebook page. The trio of pun-heavy (and... More
  • Blog Post: EA Talks Medal Of Honor Quality Problems

    A recent conversation with EA chief creative director Rich Hilleman sheds light on the lackluster performance of recent entries. In an interview with Rock, Papter Shotgun , Hilleman expressed his belief that Medal of Honor could find a place in the market if EA is able to get the game right. “We... More
  • Blog Post: EA To Show Off Battlefield 4 Soon

    EA will be showing off the latest installment of DICE's acclaimed Battlefield series within the next few months, the company revealed in an earnings call last night. Frank Gibeau, president of EA labels said that while the publisher isn't ready to go into specifics, more information will be coming... More
  • Blog Post: Medal Of Honor Hits The Back Burner

    Electronic Arts has pushed its Medal of Honor franchise out of its yearly shooter rotation after the poor showing last year's Medal of Honor: Warfighter gave. Speaking on the company's financial briefing call earlier today, EA COO Peter Moore neatly ducked any responsibility for Warfighter's... More
  • Blog Post: Navy SEALs Face Disciplinary Action For Consulting On Medal of Honor

    In the press and marketing for its military FPS Medal of Honor, Electronic Arts stressed that it was going for authenticity by consulting with active military personnel. Now, seven of the Navy SEALs that consulted with EA on the game are being disciplined by the military for revealing secrets. CBS News... More
  • Blog Post: This Week's Review Round-Up

    We covered a lot of ground in reviews this week, from the game about a Native American assassin to the one about a mech-piloting teenage president. Also, don't forget about Halo 4. Here are all of this week's reviews, big and small, in one convenient place. Halo 4 " The magic formula is... More
  • Blog Post: Medal Of Honor Warfighter Gameplay And Multiplayer Details

    Update: Watch the Frostbite 2-powered shooter in action in new trailer. Electronic Arts showed off Medal of Honor Warfighter with single-player gameplay and multilplayer trailers. The single-player portion began with a group of soldier pursuing a group of pirates. The group landed on a beach and made... More
  • Blog Post: New Medal Of Honor: Warfighter Screen Emerges

    EA continues to tease its E3 offerings with a new screen of Medal Of Honor: Warfighter. See it in more detail in the image gallery. The image below gives you a good idea of what developer Danger Close is accomplishing with the Frostbite 2 engine. The studio also seems have the whole "screaming soldiers... More
  • Blog Post: Science Says Video Games Are Good For Your Eyes

    Researchers recently reported findings that playing first-person shooters can help your eyesight. Scientists took six subjects with cataract disorders and asked them to play Medal of Honor for 40 hours over the course of a month. The subjects played the game for two hours a day, five days a week, for... More
  • Blog Post: Maxis Planning GDC Announcement

    Electronic Arts promises a new game announcement from the Sim City developer early next month. The publisher will livestream the event on March 6 during the week of the Game Developer's Conference in San Francisco, Calif. Rumors are flying that the team will unveil Sim City 5, though EA hasn't... More
  • Blog Post: EA Begins Teasing The Next Medal Of Honor

    We already knew that EA was working on the next installment of the Medal of Honor franchise, but with Battlefield 3 out the door, the publisher has started the hype machine for its next major military shooter. Copies of Battlefield 3 came packaged with an insert pointing people toward the Medal of Honor... More
  • Blog Post: Sequels Sell: Dragon Age 2, Crysis 2, Dead Space 2 All Hit Over 2 Million Sales

    Ever feel like you're drowning in sequels? We feel you. Sequels are big business, though, and Electronic Arts has the evidence to show it. As part of its announcement of results from the fourth quarter of its fiscal year, EA revealed that Crysis 2, Dragon Age 2, and Dead Space 2 have all surpassed... More
  • Blog Post: EA Working On Next Medal of Honor

    Despite sub-par reviews, EA's reboot of the Medal of Honor franchise was a commercial success. The company recently announced that the game had sold over 5 million copies. Today, Medal of Honor developer Danger Close (a part of EALA), posted a blog confirming what many already suspected: the studio... More
  • Blog Post: UPDATE: EA's Multiple Million Sellers

    UPDATE: More news has come out about EA's last financial quarter, including the fact that Madden NFL 11, FIFA 11, and Battlefield: Bad Company 2 all sold over five million units (see below for more). More interestingly, perhaps, is the fact that EA is touting 39 percent year-over-year growth in its... More
  • Blog Post: Medal Of Honor Inspires Line Of RC Toys

    After a while, even the most enthusiastic RC car fan has to get tired of driving in circles. Interactive Toy Concepts has a line of toys based on the Medal of Honor license that may help alleviate some of that boredom. Kotaku found the toys at CES and got an interview with a company spokesman. Here's... More
  • Blog Post: Medal Of Honor Sequel Incoming?

    Even EA’s top brass said that the Medal of Honor reboot was a bit of a disappointment, with EA senior vice president Patrick Soderlund saying in November that he game failed to meet the company’s quality expectations. Soderlund did say of developer Danger Close that “Absolutely they're... More
  • Blog Post: DICE Producer Says Taliban Controversy Affected Medal Of Honor Reviews

    EA’s Medal of Honor reboot was a bit of a letdown, disappointing both critics and the publisher itself . With the amount of money involved in such a massive project, blame has to come from somewhere. According to DICE producer Patrick Liu, who was in charge of the game’s multiplayer, at least... More
  • Blog Post: EA Says Medal Of Honor Didn’t Meet Quality Expectations

    EA had high hopes for its Medal of Honor reboot, saying that it was poised to compete directly with the current FPS king, Call of Duty. When the game shipped, however, it was blasted by critics for being buggy, derivative, and uninspired (read our review here ). EA has copped to some of those concerns... More
  • Blog Post: Medal Of Honor Is Getting Paid DLC As Well

    Last week , EA announced some free downloadable content for Medal of Honor titled "Clean Sweep." Today, they've revealed that additional paid DLC will be arriving on the same day, November 2. The paid DLC unlocks a new game type called Hot Zone, which is essentially King of the Hill mode... More
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