EA Won't Let Me Swap Failed Game For New One

EA Won't Let Me Swap Failed Game For New One

Electronic Arts drew some friendly pats on the head for manning up and letting gamers substitute failed subscription fee-based game APB with a different title. Anthony discovered he was the victim of some fine print in the deal, though. Because he bought the game before July 16, EA says he had enough time to play the game before it shut down the servers, and thus isn’t entitled to a replacement. [More]

Players Who Downloaded Failed Game On Steam Get Free Replacement

Players Who Downloaded Failed Game On Steam Get Free Replacement

After only a few months on the market, Electronic Arts pulled the plug on the monthly subscription fee-based game APB, leaving the game’s few devotees feeling burned. The company is saving face, though, by offering a freebie to those who downloaded APB via Steam. [More]

Pay Monthly To Be Bombarded With In-Game Audio Ads

Pay Monthly To Be Bombarded With In-Game Audio Ads

A would-be challenger to the massively multiplayer online game kingdom ruled by World of Warcraft, All Points Bulletin has already got the market leader beat in one department: annoying advertising. [More]