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Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare’s Funeral

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare’s Funeral

There's nothing like pressing "X" to pay respects to your best buddy after a lengthy, deadly battle. That's what the newest Call of Duty knows, and that's what the newest Call of Duty shows in Advanced Warfare's funeral. It's not the first time you've been able to "pay respects" to a fallen comrade in a game, but it is the most recent. And it's reminding us of the lines the video games cross on a regular basis. With Kevin Spacey, to boot.

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EA Access is Netflix for games on Xbox One

EA Access is Netflix for games on Xbox One

EA Games have made clear their intentions to launch an Xbox One-based subscription service to games for their burgeoning set on the platform. Starting with four games in what they call "The Vault": FIFA 14, Madden NFL 25, Peggle 2 and Battlefield 4, EA will begin charging a monthly fee for "free" access to their collection.

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Titanfall 2 may be more like Destiny than COD

Titanfall 2 may be more like Destiny than COD

This week several job listings have been discovered added to Respawn Entertainment’s board, three of them pointing toward a new type of game in the wake of the original Titanfall. A Software Engineer, a Senior Character Artist, and a Senior Animator have been sought. Each of these positions is seeking "experience working on 3rd person action/exploration games."

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UK ad authority to EA Games: Dungeon Keeper ad lied

UK ad authority to EA Games: Dungeon Keeper ad lied

The freemium business model takes yet another blow, this time across the pond in the UK. The country's self-policing ad standards body came out with a verdict that finds EA Games guilty of using misleading advertisements in trying to sell its now controversial Dungeon Keeper mobile game. Fortunately for EA, they might not have to pay any price.

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