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Online pass and DLC prices cut for EA titles like Bulletstorm, Dragon Age, Mass Effect 2 and more on 360 (update)

Electronic Arts cut prices for online passes and DLC for several games on Xbox Live Marketplace, according to each product's online listings. Items that previously retailed generally between 800 ($10) and 1,200 ($15) Microsoft points and are now free, as NeoGAF user MMaRsu pointed out in a recent thread. Discounted games (with links to their listings in the Xbox Live Marketplace) include: Alice: Madness Returns Battlefield: Bad Company 2 VIP Bulletstorm Online Pass Dragon Age: Origins - The Stone Prisoner DLC Dragon Age 2: The Black Emporium DLC Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning Online Pass Mass Effect 2 Cerberus Network Medal of Honor Online Pass Need for Speed: Shift 2 Unleashed Online Pass Skate 3 Skate Share Pack The discounts appear to be exclusive to the Xbox 360...


PlayStation Plus update brings NBA Jam: On Fire Edition free to subscribers as Holiday Essentials sale winds down

A Dec. 31 update to PlayStation Plus brought NBA Jam: On Fire Edition and Chronovolt free to Plus subscribers amid the final week of the Holiday Essentials sale, according to a post on the PlayStation Blog. Released in Oct. 2011, NBA Jam: On Fire Edition's arcade basketball action is regularly $19.99 for PlayStation 3 owners. Chronovolt, a steampunk-influenced puzzle platformer from Playerthree, released in December and offers gameplay reminiscent of Marble Madness for the PlayStation Vita. PlayStation Plus subscribers can download both for free. The free games appear in addition to the remaining PlayStation Network Holiday Essentials deals that include discounts on the following games: AR Play for $6.25, or $4.38 for Plus members, normally $8.94 Assassin's Creed 2 Deluxe Edition...


California senator calls NRA's reaction to violent games 'pathetic and unacceptable'

In response to the National Rifle Association's rally against violent video games, California Senator Leland Yee has called their reaction "pathetic and completely unacceptable," via a statement issued yesterday. According to Yee (pictured above), when a law against the sale of violent games to children went before the Supreme Court in 2011, the NRA did nothing to help. "I find it mind-boggling that the NRA suddenly cares about the harmful effects of ultra-violent video games," Yee said. "When our law was before the Supreme Court — while several states, medical organizations and child advocates submitted briefs in support of California's efforts — the NRA was completely silent." Yee continued to say that rather than be part of the solution, the NRA is attempting to "pass the buck." "...


Epic Games president Mike Capps retires

The president of Epic Games, Mike Capps, announced he is retiring from his role and "transitioning into an advisory role as well as remaining on the Epic board of directors" via a post on the developer's official site. Capps, who has a baby on the way, writes that he plans to be a "stay at home dad for a while" and pursue other opportunities outside the video game industry, including teaching, writing and charity work. He'll remain with Epic Games in a limited capacity, he says. "Epic founder and CEO Tim Sweeney and other board members asked me to stay on the board, and I'm thrilled to do so as I'm truly excited about our future games and Unreal Engine 4," Capps writes. "I've got great confidence in our executive team," Capps writes. "VP of Development Paul Meegan is new to our...


Epic Games buys People Can Fly

Epic Games now owns Bulletstorm developer People Can Fly, a studio they acquired a majority share of in 2007, the company told Polygon today. The purchase of the Warsaw, Poland-based developer was tied to the departure of Adrian Chmielarz, Andrzej Poznanski and Michal Kosieradzki, Epic's Mark Rein told Polygon in an interview. It won't impact the game's the studio is working. "We doubled down on People Can Fly," Rein said. "It was something we always hoped to do." The decision to buy out the company, which ultimately led to the departure of Chmielarz, Poznanski and Kosieradzk all happened within the last week, Rein said. But he said the group's departure was amiable. "We will be helping (Chmielarz) with some future announcements," he said. "Our paths will be crossing again." Epic...


Gears of War: Judgment named as next Gears title

The next Gears of War game will be titled Gears of War: Judgment, according to an update from Game Informer. The magazine's full reveal of its dual covers confirms the return of COGs Damon Baird and Augustus Cole in Gears of War: Judgment. Both are featured in chains on the magazine's latest cover as a Locust horde poses ominously on its back. Gears of War: Judgment is reportedly being developed by People Can Fly, the Epic Games-owned studio responsible for Bulletstorm, Painkiller and the PC version of Gears of War. According to early, unconfirmed reports from the magazine, Judgment will focus on Baird and the Kilo Squad, a Coalition of Ordered Governments army infantry squad. Official details are expected in full next week as the magazine goes out to subscribers.


Epic Games celebrates 20th birthday with free soundtrack

Today Epic Games is celebrating its 20th anniversary by giving away a free 20-track downloadable soundtrack featuring remastered and never-before-heard tunes from its arsenal of games. The available tracks date all the way back to 1992's Jill of the Jungle up until 2011's Gears of War 3, and includes a bonus track from Gears of War titled Cole Train Rap. Other games featured in the soundtrack include Unreal Championship 2, Jazz Jackrabbit 2, Bulletstorm, Unreal Tournament 3, Shadow Complex, Unreal Tournament 2004, Tyrian, Gears of War 2, Infinity Blade, Jazz Jackrabbit, Unreal Tournament, Epic Pinball, Infinity Blade II and Unreal. "The imminent launch of Unreal Engine 4 will herald the next generation of gaming," Epic Games president Mike Capps told Polygon. "And in the next few years,...

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'Bulletstorm 2' sidelined for People Can Fly's unannounced next project

Epic Games subsidiary People Can Fly was, at one time, working on a sequel to its over-the-top shooter Bulletstorm, but that project has been put on hold in favor of an unannounced game, Epic's Mike Capps told GameSpot during PAX East. "We thought a lot about a sequel, and had done some initial development on it," Capps explained, "but we found a project that we thought was a better fit for People Can Fly." He added the project in question will be announced "pretty soon." No info about the games has been revealed, though last November, OXM reported rumors that the studio's next game is a Gears of War prequel. Capps said that despite the game's critical success, less-than-stellar sales left EA a bit disappointed. Still, the decision to move on to a new franchise wasn't due to a lack of...

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  • Xbox 360
    • Released 02/22/2011
    • Publisher Electronic Arts
    • Developer People Can Fly
  • PlayStation 3
    • Released 02/22/2011
    • Publisher Electronic Arts
    • Developer People Can Fly
  • Windows
    • Released 02/22/2011
    • Publisher Electronic Arts
    • Developer People Can Fly
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