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  1. The next chapter in the Battlefield franchise has been officially announced and it isn't what you might expect. Officially titled Battlefield: Hardline it focuses on, "the war on crime and the battle between cops and criminals." Steve Papoutsis, Vice President and General Manager at Visceral Games, revealed on EA's blog that the game will be releasing this fall and brings "new twists and turns to the foundation of Battlefield multiplayer." He went on to invite fans to see the game in action at its premiere June 9 at Noon PDT when it will be shown at E3. A trailer for Hardline leaked earlier today but was quickly taken down. Keep it with Game Podunk for more updates on Battlefield: Hardline as E3 approaches. Source: EA Blog Excited for Battlefield's new direction?
  2. "The decisions to retire older EA games are never easy." Despite that sentiment, EA has decided they will be shutting down online servers for 50 games on June 30, 2014. This is due in large part to the shutdown of Gamespy multiplayer servers where EA games were hosted. All is not yet lost, however. EA gave hope saying, "We know some of these games are still fan favorites, including Battlefield 2, Battlefield 1942, Medal of Honor: Allied Assault and Command & Conquer games. We are still investigating community-supported options to preserve online functionality for these titles, such as multiplayer. Significant technical hurdles remain, and at this time we don“t have anything to announce." Hopefully these games can be saved for the sake of the gamers who still play them! Below is a full list of the titles affected: Battlefield 1942 for PC and Mac (including The Road to Rome and Secret Weapons of WW2 expansions) Battlefield 2 for PC (including Special Forces expansion) Battlefield 2: Modern Combat for PlayStation 2 Battlefield 2142 for PC and Mac (including Northern Strike expansion) Battlefield Vietnam for PC Bejeweled ® 2 for the Wii Bulletstorm for PlayStation 3 Command & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars for PC and Mac (including Kane's Wrath expansion) Command & Conquer: Generals for PC and Mac (including Zero Hour expansion) Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 for PC and Mac Crysis 2 for PC Crysis for PC Crysis Wars for PC Dracula - Undead Awakening for the Wii Dragon Sakura for Nintendo DS EA Sports 06 for PC F1 2002 for PC FIFA Soccer 08 (KOR) for the Wii FIFA Soccer 08 for Nintendo DS FIFA Soccer 09 for Nintendo DS FIFA Soccer 10 for Nintendo DS FIFA Street 3 for Nintendo DS Full Spectrum Warrior: Ten Hammers for PlayStation 2 Global Operations for PC GREEN DAY: ROCK BAND for the Wii James Bond: Nightfire for PC Madden NFL 08 for Nintendo DS Madden NFL 09 for Nintendo DS Master of Orion III for PC Medal of Honor: Allied Assault for PC and Mac (including Breakthrough and Spearhead expansions) MySims Party for Wii MySims Racing for Nintendo DS MySims SkyHeroes for the Wii and DS NASCAR Sim Racing for PC NASCAR Thunder 2003 for PC NASCAR Thunder 2004 for PC Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit 2 for PC Need for Speed: ProStreet for Nintendo DS Need for Speed: Undercover for Nintendo DS Neverwinter Nights 2 for PC and Mac Neverwinter Nights for PC, Mac and Linux (including Hordes of the Underdark and Shadows of Undrentide expansions) SimCity Creator for Wii Skate It for Nintendo DS Sneezies for the Wii Spore Creatures for Nintendo DS Spore Hero Arena for Nintendo DS Star Wars: Battlefront for PC and PlayStation 2 Star Wars: Battlefront II for PC and PlayStation 2 THE BEATLES: ROCK BAND for the Wii Tiger Woods PGA Tour 08 for Nintendo DS Source: EA Blog
  3. In today's interesting tidbit of news, Penny Arcade's Jeff Kalles, who once worked at Nintendo of America, revealed to Nintendo World Report that DICE pitched Battlefield as an exclusive for the Gamecube to the House of Mario. What's even more interesting about this is that Nintendo actually loved the pitch, but the deal never got far because the company didn't have an online strategy in place yet. Of course, developers usually pitch to different companies all the time, so it's possible Sony and Microsoft could have been approached as well, but the idea of Nintendo being into something like Battlefield really stirs the imagination of what could have been since it's so unlike them nowadays.
  4. Today's PS Store update has either already gone live or will go live in the next few hours. What is up for grabs with the weekly Tuesday update? Well, there's a few things going on. First is the Summer Blast Sale which we talked about yesterday. Of course that's not all there is to check out. PS Plus subscribers can start the month of July off with a hefty download of Battlefield 3 on PS3. At 11.6 GBs, this is one of the larger digital additions to the Instant Game Collection. If PS2 Classics are more your style then it looks like an actual "classic" of sorts is now available. Warriors Orochi can now be purchased for the normal price of $10. Gran Turismo fans can check out the newly opened GT Academy 2013 which serves as a demo for Gran Turismo 6.
  5. Although EA's Origin service is not as loved as Valve's Steam, they are still working to gain a larger audience. If you don't yet have an account thanks to Mass Effect 3 or the recent "free game" discount, then maybe this deal will entice you to join. Origin currently has Battlefield 1942 available for free to all members. Why? This marks the tenth anniversary for the Battlefield series and so DICE decided to run a little promotion. DICE Vice President Magnus Troesdsson had this to say about the game: "When we launched Battlefield 1942 ten years ago, we had lofty ambitions to create a first-person shooter that would push the boundaries of innovation, creativity and design. We evolved the FPS gameplay formula by introducing the world to all-out warfare via land, air and sea. Since the beginning, the reception to the Battlefield series has been incredible thanks to our amazing fans." Battlefield 1942 was the start of the franchise which has since spanned many spin offs and main series titles. The latest in the series is Battlefield 3 which launched last year, with "Aftermath" DLC coming out later this month. If you're interested, the link is here, although remember that an Origin account is required to use this game download.