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All of EA’s games may soon have a free-to-play version

Speaking at Gamescom over the weekend, Electronic Arts’ COO Peter Moore confirmed that EA will no longer release games without an online component, and that the publisher is moving more and more towards a free-to-play model.
Gaming

Exclusive: Upcoming ‘Borderlands 2’ DLC powers you up and sends you hunting for heads

Gearbox Software offers Digital Trends an exclusive first look at two of its upcoming 'Borderlands 2' downloadable content packs: Ultimate Vault Hunter Upgrade Pack 2: Digistruct Peak Challenge, due on September 3, and TK Baha's Bloody…
Gaming

‘Grand Theft Auto V’ details leak from PSN pre-orders, Rockstar Games responds

Previously unreleased details from Rockstar Games' Grand Theft Auto V emerge after fans gain access to digital pre-order files on Europe's PlayStation Network. Grand Theft Auto V is coming to PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on September 17…
Gaming

Jetsetter: The PS4’s British soul, and a price cut in Europe is not the same as a price cut in the US

This week in Jetsetter, we look at how Sony is keeping the PlayStation line's British soul alive on PS4 with an Amiga classic remake. Meanwhile, Sony brings the PS Vita price down but maybe not enough in Europe. Finally, Italy makes one…
Computing

How ‘Minecraft’ is shaping the future of touch interfaces

The iPad and 'Minecraft' – besides the fact that the latter can run on the former, they have nothing in common, right? Wrong. While they serve different purposes, both of these revolutionaries have a common trait that is responsible for…
Gaming

Gamed: Ben Affleck destroys the world

This week in Gamed, we say goodbye to Steve Ballmer, I explain how Shadows of the Eternals cost me dearly, and Ben Affleck is the most important thing in the entire world.
Gaming

Gamescom 2013 Trailer Roundup

Check out this video roundup to catch all the latest game trailers coming out of this year's Gamescom expo and get a sneak preview of the hottest new titles
Gaming

‘The World’s End’ review: The Cornetto trilogy concludes in style

Director Edgar Wright returns with longtime collaborators Simon Pegg and Nick Frost to conclude the “Three Flavours Cornetto” trilogy on a high note with ‘The World’s End.’
Gaming

‘The Wolf Among Us’ writer on giving voices to voiceless characters

Telltale Games' Pierre Shorette, lead writer on episode one of 'Fables' prequel 'The Wolf Among Us,' sits down to chat with Digital Trends about his process for bringing together the studio's latest story-driven adventure.
Movies & TV

Ben Affleck to fight Superman as the new Batman

Warner Bros. officially confirms Ben Affleck as the new Bruce Wayne/Batman in Zack Snyder's previously announced Superman/Batman team-up movie, which follows summer 2013's 'Man of Steel.'
Gaming

Crytek’s free-to-play shooter ‘Warface’ heads to beta, again

Crytek’s long, long overdue free-to-play shooter Warface has entered what Crytek is claiming is the “final phase of beta testing” before the game is finally released in America and other markets.
Gaming

GameStop predicting biggest console launch ever

GameStop CEO Paul Raines told investors that he expects 2013 to bring "the largest console in history" during a recent earnings call. He also noted that Sony leads Microsoft by a 2 to 1 margin in customer email sign-ups for info about the…