Tag: EA Games
Grab the Harry Potter Foursquare badge, get magical discounts
Foursquare-using Harry Potter fans are in for a treat this weekend. The location-based social network have teamed up with EA to offer an exclusive Deathly Hallows badge to Foursquare users. To grab the badge, Foursquare users merely have to check…
REVIEW: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 (Xbox 360, PS3)
The Harry Potter wizarding saga is brought to a close this weekend with the release of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 in cinemas. As with every other Harry Potter movie, there's a game to accompany it too. But can the game conjure the same magic that its silver screen and paperback counterparts can?
EA unveil Active 2.0 fitness monitor
EA may be well known for their sports titles such as the FIFA and Madden franchises, but did you know they also dabble in a bit of high-tech fitness kit every once in a while? Last year the gaming giants…
Pirate version of Sims 3 leaks onto the internet
Oh dear. Poor old piracy ravaged EA games has been hit yet again as copies of the Sims 3 have been leaked onto the web a full two weeks ahead of launch. A torrent file has popped up on all the usual sites with downloads and installations running just fine according to all reports.
The game requires no online registration to work, unlike Spore the best part of a year ago, and at it looks as if the games company is receiving some kind of perverse punishment for doing the decent thing in removing the hugely unpopular DRM that caused such an uproar the last time.
With only a serial code on the box to get around, key gens are all that’s needed to get the game installed and so long as users do not allow the game to access the internet, there should be no problem. The only issue comes if you want to play the game in an online mode. Then it might be worth forking out once the release is officially available.
(via Ars Technica)
Spore available for download NOW
No, not on the Pirate Bay. Will Wright’s magnum opus is available for downloading right now on the (awful) EA Games download manager. The catch? You won’t be able to play it until Sunday 7th September, when it’s released in shops…