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Submitted by mobius 925d ago | article

EA’s risky move allowing early code public play

iTWire writes "Electronic Arts Australia is being quite ballsy in taking its First Play events to the public arena. Giving punters a chance to play pre-release code of big game franchises such as FIFA, Medal of Honor and Need for Speed could result in a wider acceptance and new audience, or a shunning of the brand." (EA, FIFA 13, Industry, Medal of Honor: Warfighter, Mobile, Need for Speed Most Wanted Criteron, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

MattyG  +   925d ago
That's pretty ballsy.
konnerbllb  +   925d ago
It took you three pages to say this?
topekomsi  +   924d ago
I hope this finally sparks some intrest in MoH warfighter, i have so much faith in that game, the single player of MoH 2010 was golden, and the same dev is making the whole game, danger close. It is truly like CoD and battlefield had a beautiful baby boy that kicks azz.

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