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Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare outed at E3

Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare outed at E3

While Apple's WWDC starts Monday (and is undoubtedly garnering more attention), E3 also starts on Monday, and it's expected to be a big one, as both Microsoft and Sony are expected to further discuss their new respective gaming consoles. However, signs and promo material for a game called "Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare" have popped up in the E3 lobby.

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SimCity for Mac delayed

SimCity for Mac delayed

Bad news for Mac gamers with deity delusions; EA has revealed that it is delaying SimCity for Mac, just days before the game was expected to hit shelves. EA had originally promised to launch the OS X version of the game on Tuesday, June 11, but now says that it is not "ready for primetime yet" and so has been pushed back into August.

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EA dumps Online Pass system for used games after player vitriol

EA dumps Online Pass system for used games after player vitriol

EA has begun eliminating its little-loved Online Pass program, the scheme which meant those playing second-hand games would need to pay separately for online access, with no new titles requiring the system and older titles being updated to remove it. The controversial scheme was initially introduced as a way for EA to monetize used games sales, with the Online Pass included in the original box but only being valid for a single account.

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Mirror’s Edge 2 leaks again: Tipped for Xbox One E3 2013 reveal

Mirror’s Edge 2 leaks again: Tipped for Xbox One E3 2013 reveal

Much-rumored EA game Mirror's Edge 2 seems to have been prematurely given the official nod today, with a listing for the unannounced title spotted at EA's help site. Swiftly pulled - though not before a screencap could be taken - the listing didn't actually have any details of the game, but its existence alone is enough to seemingly confirm that it's in the pipeline, potentially for the Xbox One among other consoles.

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EA CTO: Xbox One and PS4 “are a generation ahead of” PCs

EA CTO: Xbox One and PS4 “are a generation ahead of” PCs

The new PlayStation 4 and Xbox One come with some pretty impressive hardware on the inside. So good, in fact, that Electronic Arts CTO Rajat Teneja believes that the performance and hardware in the Xbox One and PS4 "are a generation ahead of the highest end PC on the market," so not just gaming PCs in general, but the best gaming PC ever.

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Need for Speed Rivals coming November 19, Xbox One and PS4 later this year

Need for Speed Rivals coming November 19, Xbox One and PS4 later this year

The next installment in the long-running Need for Speed series has been announced. Need for Speed Rivals will be hitting store shelves on November 19 for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and the PC, while the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions will be released at some point later this year, according to Electronic Arts.

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EA to detail Star Wars future at E3

EA to detail Star Wars future at E3

Electronic Arts says that they will be revealing their plans for the future of Star Wars games during E3 2013 next month. The game publisher was recently granted exclusive rights for the Star Wars franchise after Disney bought LucasArts, the developer responsible for past Star Wars installments.

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Xbox One EA game lineup starts with FIFA 14

Xbox One EA game lineup starts with FIFA 14

As to no one's surprise, Electronic Arts made an appearance at Microsoft's Xbox One reveal event, and they showed off some of the new sports games that will be coming to the Xbox One. There will be a new FIFA, Madden, NBA Live, and UFC, all of which will release their next game on the Xbox One.

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EA has nothing in the pipeline for the Nintendo Wii U

EA has nothing in the pipeline for the Nintendo Wii U

If you follow the gaming industry at all, you know that Nintendo has been struggling significantly over the last year or so. While the company rode high on the incredible popularity of the original Nintendo Wii years ago, it has been unable to replicate that success with its latest generation console. The Nintendo Wii U has proven unpopular to the point where many game developers see no value in developing video games for the system.

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EA no longer paying gun makers for naming rights

EA no longer paying gun makers for naming rights

In an effort to slowly cut ties with various gun and weapon manufacturers, it's reported that Electronic Arts will stop paying gun makers for the privilege of using real gun names in their video games, but will still continue to use real names without paying for the naming rights, saying that they retain the right to depict real guns without a license.

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EA points toward SimCity sales as high point in recent quarter

EA points toward SimCity sales as high point in recent quarter

Electronic Arts has reported its Q4 2013 earnings, and the company boasted a $1.04 billion revenue, which is up from $977 million a year ago. Net income also saw a growth from last year, with $169 million in cold, hard profit for the quarter, compared to $56 million during the same quarter last year. However, it was the game sales that EA really wanted to show off.

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SimCity creator calls latest launch woes “inexcusable”

SimCity creator calls latest launch woes “inexcusable”

The SimCity series was first launched in 1989 and was created by game designer Will Wright. However, the man who built the series wasn't a part of the latest SimCity launch that took place earlier this year. Instead, he sat back and watched the show, but it obviously was a bit painful to watch, and Wright wan't too thrilled about how things went.

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