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The Sims 4 Review: Now with emotions and multitasking ...and some missing features

The Sims 4 is a big game. But like any so-called life simulator, it only seems that way when you add up its countless tiny bits and pieces into one giant mosaic. Actually playing the game feels like you're both telling and watching a series of private, intimate stories. It is a beautiful new act in EA's popular franchise. Even with its controversial changes and missing features, I've never had this much fun playing with my Sims.

EA announces subscription service for Xbox One gamers

Borrowing a page from the streaming music and video industry, Electronic Arts on Tuesday announced a subscription service targeting Xbox One owners. EA Access, in partnership with Microsoft, will grant members access to select EA games for a monthly (or…

Titanfall minimum PC system requirements revealed

It will soon be time to fire up your gaming PC for one of the biggest multiplayer game launches of the year: Titanfall. The hotly-anticipated title from Respawn Entertainment is set to launch March 11 on both PC, Xbox One…

Battlefield 4 gets banned in China

The Ministry of Culture of the People's Republic of China has banned the hit first-person shooter Battlefield 4. Officials claim EA’s game is laced with content that endangers national security according to multiple reports from Chinese websites including China.com and…

EA Desert Strike trademarks could hint at series revival

Electronic Arts has filed for two new trademarks concerning a game labeled "Desert Strike."  If that title doesn't sound familiar to you, it's probably because you're too young to remember it. That particular shoot'em up was released "way back" in 1992.…