Origin Tag

Posted by Zoe Hawkins - 30 Oct 2014

Whether or not you're changing platforms for Dragon Age: Inquisition, you will need to recreate the world changing decisions that you made in the first two games. Those decisions will be kept in the Dragon Age Keep, which you can now go dive into.

Posted by Zoe Hawkins - 29 Oct 2014

Origin is having fun with their On The House program. With such an enormous catalogue to choose from, they seem to be enjoying giving a range of games away for free. It certainly helps boost their image with gamers, and the latest freebie is apparently awesome.

Posted by Zoe Hawkins - 09 Oct 2014

Dragon Age: Inquisition is almost here; only about a month to go until we get our hands on possibly one of the best experiences ever created by Bioware. But not everyone has played the game that started the franchise, and now you can - at absolutely no cost.

Posted by Alessandro Barbosa - 20 Aug 2014

Review embargoes are sometimes a good indication about whether a studio is confident in the quality of their game or not. Most of the time when a game is embargoed until after release, it's not a good sign. Call of Duty on the Vita  is one of the best example of this, and now Sims 4 could join that growing list.

Posted by Zoe Hawkins - 08 Aug 2014

Battlefield 4 had a rather tumultuous launch, causing EA's stock to take a tumble and even get investigated by shareholder to see if they knew the game was going to be such a problem. Fans of the franchise say the game is excellent, and now you can find out for yourself, risk free.

Posted by Zoe Hawkins - 22 Jul 2014

It was to be expected. EA and Valve don't like each other anymore, so any games from EA will be distributed via Origin instead of Steam. Therefore, it comes as no surprise that Dragon Age: Inquisition will be the same - but does that affect your purchasing decision?

Posted by Geoffrey Tim - 14 Jul 2014

Ever since Microsoft’s Kinect got linked with the NSA and Sony’s PSN got hacked, security and privacy have been big buzzwords for gaming consumers. People are worried that gaming companies are watching their every little digital move. According to some reports, EA is doing just that.

Posted by Geoffrey Tim - 14 Jul 2014

Ever since Microsoft’s Kinect got linked with the NSA and Sony’s PSN got hacked, security and privacy have been big buzzwords for gaming consumers. People are worried that gaming companies are watching their every little digital move. According to some reports, EA is doing just that.

Posted by Geoffrey Tim - 20 Jun 2014

EA and Respawn’s mech-and-pilot shooter Titanfall was the big hit at last year’s E3, and was even rather well received by critics upon its final release. Unfortunately, the game was denied a local release because its cloud-powered servers are too far away from Africa. Maybe you’ve been wondering what the hype is about. If you have a bunch of spare bandwidth, you can give it a shot this weekend – for free.