Last week, Electronic Arts announced a new online gaming service called EA Access for the Xbox One. It sounded like a promising deal to many gamers: a Netflix-style subscription service that would give people access to a library of EA games for $5 a month, or $30 a year. But many important questions remained…
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Are you frustrated by game publishers releasing same-day DLC that screw used game purchasers over? How about making you pay for what should be essential, built-in parts of a game? Well, get ready for more of it, says Peter Moore.
Sony has confirmed rumors that the PlayStation Store will be offering smaller titles called Minis for download on the PSP, similar to Apple's App Store. These games will be limited to
100MB. Among other titles, PSP owners will score Fieldrunners, which is probably the best game on the iPhone to date…