If there’s been one prevailing theme for the current news cycle in the gaming world it would be one of change and fury. Lotsa fury. In truth that isn’t too strange. Gamers are a passionate bunch (read: angry)  and when they’ve got something to be mad about, you had better believe you’ll hear about it. […]

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I’m sure you’ve heard by now. Earlier this month, Dawngate – EA’s attempt to horn its way in on the MOBA market – was shut down. The internal studio responsible for the MOBA has been dissolved, and the people who worked there relocated to other projects within EA. According to the publisher, the team simply […]

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Your Daily Gaming News for Tuesday, May 20th. Today Kirk discusses Dota 2, Dragon Age: Inquisition, FIFA World and Neverwinter.

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The Weekly Loot is MMO Attack’s Weekly MMO and MMORPG News Show hosted by Kirk! Watch for a chance to win a $20 Steam Gift Card!

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Blake Jorgensen, Chief financial officer at EA, recently discussed the Electronic Arts partnership with Disney and Star Wars at a UBS Conference, revealing that EA will control the video-game aspect of the award-winning franchise for the next decade.

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Your Daily MMO and MMORPG News for Wednesday October 9th. Today Bethany discusses The Elder Scrolls Online, Star Wars: The Old Republic, Age of Wushu and Tactical Intervention.

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Your Daily MMO and MMORPG News for Tuesday September 3rd. Today Kirk discusses BattleForge, CasinoRPG and EVE Online.

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EA’s BattleForge to cease services on October 31st.

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Your Daily MMO and MMORPG News for Wednesday June 26th. Today Mark discusses Age of Wushu, Battlefield Heroes and Digimon Masters Online.

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Electronic Arts releases behind the scenes video as well as open beta date for their new MOBA Dawngate.

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Developers continue to claim that pay-to-play is the only viable financial model for an MMO game looking to maintain a reliable subscriber base and regular updates.

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It’s no great secret that Electronic Arts holds the dubious honor of being the most hated organization in the games industry – perhaps even in North America. Most of you probably have your own gripes about how EA tends to do business. You’ve seen what they’re doing to so many of the great developers they acquire, you’ve witnessed how their short-term, profit-driven outlook is steadily corroding all their best franchises. Yet you can’t help but watch – like you’re seeing a train-wreck in slow motion.

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First Impressions gameplay commentary for the brand new city building game from Electronic Arts, Sim City.

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What better way to celebrate Christmas cheer, warming up your cold opponents with a heavy dose of Flamethrower. Electronic Arts recently announced the festive season events for their popular free-to-play MMOTPS game, Battlefield Heroes.

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Gamescom, if nothing else, commands a lot of headlines during its few days in the limelight. And of course today is no different. EA announced that its upcoming real-time strategy game, Command & Conquer Generals 2, will be free-to-play. The game will be a part of EA?s new online platform it is simply calling Command & Conquer. The platform and the game will launch sometime next year for the PC. C & C Generals 2 is the first of what EA said will be many free Command & Conquer games.

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EA announced a couple days ago that the Sci-Fi MMORPG Star Wars: The Old Republic, SWTOR , will be joining the Free to Play games market this coming November. From the press release it appears that EA plans to offer two different options for players, the base ?Free? version and then a Subscription option.

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