EA's digital Origin service is beginning a selection of free PC games for download.
In a move that genuinely took me by surprise, EA has announced that they're offering people foolish enough who bought SimCity a free game from their EA catalog.
For two days I browsed the city of Fairhaven with no connection to the outside world. There was no other choice.
Now, try and keep your jaw up: he's right.
Crysis 3 accidentally had its listings unveiled on Origin, as someone at Electronic Arts probably missed an important memo.
Apparently in a slap dash effort to avoid being sued, EA is issuing vouchers for Battlefield 1943 to Battlefield 3 PS3 owners after all.
If you signed up for the Xbox Live dashboard beta and were in the right place at the right time, you might have seen a preview of Mass Effect 3.
An eagle eyed user over at The Escapist Forums found a rather disturbing tidbit in the end-user license agreement. That's the part where you probably just click "I Agree" and be done with it.
If you take it upon yourself to pre-order a digital copy (a concept still utterly bewildering) of the military shooter on Origin, EA will provide a digital free PC game.
EA is proving they're serious about jumping into the online distribution market through their Origin service: Battlefield 3 will not be a part of Steam