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French Senator talks about the loot box in a letter to the gambling commission

The recent controversy over the Star Wars Battlefront II loot boxes really raised a crawl space. The use he makes of this feature has made both Belgium and Hawaii ...

Loot Box to Ban?

The Belgian site VTM announces that the Gaming Commission has investigated the loot boxes in video games, especially putting under the magnifying glass guess who? Obviously EA with Star Wars: Battlefront ...
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Respawn Zampel Wins About EA Acquisition

In an interview with GamesBeat, Vince Zampella of Respawn and Patrick Soderlund of EA sat down to talk about the acquisition of Respawn announced yesterday by EA. There is a fear that EA's influence may change Respawn ...

EA Vancouver was working on a game of Zombie Plants

Apparently, EA, in addition to having canceled the game on Star Wars made by Visceral Games, with the consequent closure of the study, has also eliminated a game of the series Plants against Zombies made by the studio ...

Several details on closing Visceral Games and developing the game on Star ...

In these hours new details emerged on the events that led to the closure of Visceral Games and the relative cancellation of the Star Wars project. In an in-depth report, Jason Schreier of Kotaku spoke with ...

EA closes Visceral Games, a game on Star Wars being edited

Electronic Arts has closed Visceral Games, the California-based studio known for Dead Space series games and, recently, Battlefield Hardline. The studio was working on a project dedicated to the world ...

Star Wars Battlefront: Season pass free!

Available for all STAR WARS ™ Battlefront ™ owners and for a limited time free Star Wars Battlefront season pass (PC version) which includes: Outer Rim Expansion Pack Bespin Expansion Pack ...
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The Sims 4 comfortably arrives on consoles

As the title suggests, Maxis and Electronic Arts literally took it easy. After "only" three years after its PC release, The Sims 4 was officially announced for consoles too. Precisely...

Twitch now knows everything, bought the Internet Gaming Database

Twitch has acquired the Internet Gaming Database from which it will be able to draw all the information of most of the existing games.

Borderlands 3 will not add characters with DLCs

The Borderlands franchise is known for the abundance and variety of its post-launch content. Typical DLCs cover everything from additions to ...
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