Battlefield 3 Premium Announced
It has been revealed accidentally before but now it’s official, and here is a trailer for it. Also, it gives you a short peak at the new Close Quarters DLC

Battlefield 3 Premium Announced

It has been revealed accidentally before but now it’s official, and here is a trailer for it. Also, it gives you a short peak at the new Close Quarters DLC

New Dead Space 3 Screenshots
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EA Responds To Consumerist’s ‘Worst Company In America 2012’ Win
Unlike previous companies who “won” the award from The Consumerist, EA has taken a bit of a… different route to accepting victory/defeat. In a statement to Kotaku, EA Senior Director of Corporate Communications John Reseburg said this:

We’re sure that British Petroleum, AIG, Philip Morris, and Halliburton are all relieved they weren’t nominated this year. We’re going to continue making award-winning games and services played by more than 300 million people worldwide.

Sound a bit cocky, eh? Apparently forgetting the point that the contest was done entirely by readers of the website (I guess you might not be as popular as you think, John), Reseburg also went on to point out Bioware released Mass Effect 3 and won Best Developer from The Escapist. (Dragon Age II is sure doing swell, right?)
The Consumerist has already responded to his comment, pointing out that previous WCIA winners can’t win again under normal circumstances. 

Perhaps three out of four of those companies weren’t nominated this year because they’ve already won. BP took home the Golden Poo last year. AIG won in 2009, and Halliburton was crowned the champ back in our first ever tournament in 2006.

I’m sure Philip Morris doesn’t exactly feel safe, considering The Consumerist is likely preparing a “Lifetime Achievement Award in being Terrible People” title for them.
If it wasn’t for the whole “your customer base voted you worse than the bank they have to borrow from to afford your games” thing, maybe Reseburg would have a point. But this was done by readers of The Consumerist, not the website itself. Perhaps save the outrage for internal communications, rather than blaming your customers?

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EA Responds To Consumerist’s ‘Worst Company In America 2012’ Win

Unlike previous companies who “won” the award from The Consumerist, EA has taken a bit of a… different route to accepting victory/defeat. In a statement to Kotaku, EA Senior Director of Corporate Communications John Reseburg said this:

We’re sure that British Petroleum, AIG, Philip Morris, and Halliburton are all relieved they weren’t nominated this year. We’re going to continue making award-winning games and services played by more than 300 million people worldwide.

Sound a bit cocky, eh? Apparently forgetting the point that the contest was done entirely by readers of the website (I guess you might not be as popular as you think, John), Reseburg also went on to point out Bioware released Mass Effect 3 and won Best Developer from The Escapist. (Dragon Age II is sure doing swell, right?)

The Consumerist has already responded to his comment, pointing out that previous WCIA winners can’t win again under normal circumstances. 

Perhaps three out of four of those companies weren’t nominated this year because they’ve already won. BP took home the Golden Poo last year. AIG won in 2009, and Halliburton was crowned the champ back in our first ever tournament in 2006.

I’m sure Philip Morris doesn’t exactly feel safe, considering The Consumerist is likely preparing a “Lifetime Achievement Award in being Terrible People” title for them.

If it wasn’t for the whole “your customer base voted you worse than the bank they have to borrow from to afford your games” thing, maybe Reseburg would have a point. But this was done by readers of The Consumerist, not the website itself. Perhaps save the outrage for internal communications, rather than blaming your customers?

Amazon fully refunding your money for Mass Effect 3
If you thought the ending of Mass Effect 3 was disappointing then, you can get ya money back!… E.g here is a thread posted on the mass effect community forum: Amazon is giving me a refund on my opened CE. Sweet! Maybe I can find another game that doesn’t crush my soul to spend that $80 on.

Amazon fully refunding your money for Mass Effect 3

If you thought the ending of Mass Effect 3 was disappointing then, you can get ya money back!… E.g here is a thread posted on the mass effect community forum: Amazon is giving me a refund on my opened CE. Sweet! Maybe I can find another game that doesn’t crush my soul to spend that $80 on.

Medal of Honor: Warfighter Revealed
Details about the next episode in the Medal of Honor franchise has been announced for next October

Medal of Honor: Warfighter Revealed

Details about the next episode in the Medal of Honor franchise has been announced for next October

Battlefield 3 - Wake Island Gameplay Trailer
A new gameplay trailer of the map Wake Island that will be part of the future Back to Karkand DLC pack that will be available to PS3 on December 6th 2011 and on Xbox360/PC on Dec. 12th
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Battlefield 3 - Wake Island Gameplay Trailer

A new gameplay trailer of the map Wake Island that will be part of the future Back to Karkand DLC pack that will be available to PS3 on December 6th 2011 and on Xbox360/PC on Dec. 12th


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Star Wars: The Old Republic - Jedi Consular Trailer

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Star Wars: The Old Republic - Jedi Consular Trailer

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Battlefield 3 - “We Have Aggressive DLC Plans”

Battlefield 3 - “We Have Aggressive DLC Plans

Battlefield 3 - Launch Trailer

Battlefield 3 - Launch Trailer

Need For Speed: The Run - "Race For Your Life" Trailer

Need For Speed: The Run - "Race For Your Life" Trailer

Mass Effect 3 - Multiplayer Footage Released
Battlefield 3 - Battlelog Features Trailer
Battlefield 3 - DICE Release New BF3 Screenshots
Fifa 12 - Introducing The New Skill Moves
Battlefield 3 - Recon Class to set Spawn Points

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Battlefield 3 - Recon Class to set Spawn Points

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