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Xbox Deals with Gold – March 31st

by Mihai Cosmin Naeon March 30, 2015
Rich offers this week on Xbox Games Store! You can buy at a discount price Blizzard’s Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls, some Lego video games or EA titles. You can also purchase DLCs for Dragon Age 2, Bioshock Infinite, Kingdom’s of Amalur and Need for Speed Most Wanted. You can see the complete list of deals […]

PvZ: Garden Warfare, Need for Speed: Most Wanted, and Mirror’s Edge Free on PSN – PSX 2014

by Dragos Dobreon December 6, 2014
To celebrate PlayStation’s 20th anniversary, EA is offering three awesome games for free. There’s one game available for each platforms, so you won’t be left out if you don’t have a specific one. Here’s the list of the games you will get for free:   Need for Speed: Most Wanted (PS Vita) Mirror’s Edge (PS3) Plants vs. […]

Need For Speed Most Wanted (Wii U) Review

by Justin Weinblatton May 2, 2013
You don’t always have to reinvent the wheel to make a great game.  Sometimes, you just have to give players a car, and let them drive really fast. Need For Speed Most Wanted is a simple experience that doesn’t do anything terribly original, but it is polished and, more importantly, fun. When you start Need […]

EA Reveals Free Games Offered for SimCity Debacle

by Ramon Arandaon March 19, 2013
EA has announced which PC games will be offered free to SimCity players who aren’t thrilled with how the game has been rolled out. For anyone who registers their copy of SimCity by March 25, head on over to Origin to claim one of these games: Battlefield 3, Bejeweled 3, Mass Effect 3, Medal of […]

New Trailer for Wii U Version of Need for Speed Most Wanted

by Ramon Arandaon March 14, 2013
The Wii U version of Need for Speed Most Wanted is coming later this month. In case you didn’t know, Criterion says the game is based off the higher-end PC version and aims to melt your face (OK, I made that last part up). In addition, the Wii U version will feature the use of […]

Need for Speed Most Wanted Wii U vs X-Box 360 Screenshots

by Justin Weinblatton February 19, 2013
Criterion is one of the industry’s more respected development studios, and one of their strengths has been in working with different consoles.  Need for Speed: Most Wanted will be hitting the Wii U several months after it has been released on the X-Box 360 and PS3, but will the wait be worth it?  Here are […]

Criterion Says NFS Most Wanted on Wii U Based on High-End PC Version

by Ramon Arandaon February 14, 2013
Criterion’s Alex Ward has revealed some new information abou the upcoming Wii U version of Need for Speed: Most Wanted. In the video above, courtesy of GamesRadar, Ward discusses how the game is based off the higher-end PC version, which also includes Miiverse support via Autolog. According to Ward, the Wii U version is the […]

NVIDIA Demos Need for Speed: Most Wanted (PC) Streaming on Project Shield

by Ramon Arandaon February 13, 2013
Nvidia has today released some gameplay footage of EA’s Need for Speed: Most Wanted, running on the Android-based handheld device, Project Shield. The game itself is actually for the PC, but Nvidia is showing off how the device’s streaming capabilities takes shape.  In this demo, the PC itself is doing all of the heavy processing […]

Black Ops 2 Leads November NPDs

by Adam Larckon December 6, 2012
The November NPD numbers have been revealed, and it should be no surprise that Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 has led the way. The game raked in $1 billion in 15 days, setting a new record for the series. Meanwhile, Halo 4 came in second, with Assassin’s Creed 3 rounding out the top three. […]

GotGame Radio Daily: 11.30.12 – Need for Speed: Most Wanted and Jumper: Griffin’s Story

by Steve Masterson November 30, 2012
Looking for a racing game that encourages you to go full speed? Have you tried Need for Speed: Most Wanted?! It’s wicked awesome! But I wouldn’t say that about the other game I played this week, Jumper: Griffin’s Story. Official trailers below:

EA Posts $381 Million Loss

by Adam Larckon October 30, 2012
Electronic Arts has posted a second quarter loss today, with the third quarter not looking better early on. The publisher reported a $381 million net loss, while bringing in $711 million in revenue for the quarter ending Sept. 30. However, EA did see “sharp digital growth” from FIFA 13, Madden NFL 13 and Battlefield titles. […]