Sometimes Origin Just Won’t Cut it
EA has dumped a truckload of their games onto Steam. While both Valve and EA have not always seen eye to eye, it would appear that money heals all wounds. EA’s attempt at their own online market has not gone too well and it turns out many players would much rather use Steam if given the chance. The titles that are now available are by no means the most popular. As a matter of fact, these news games are not all that new. But don’t let the age fool you, these are some of the best games that EA has to offer.
Here is a shortlist of what you now have access to.
- Dragon Age 2
- Crysis 3 –
- Need for Speed Heat
- Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville
- Need for Speed Rivals –
- Need for Speed
- Unravel 2
- Sea of Solitude
- Dragon Age Inquisition
- Burnout Paradise Remastered
- Mirror’s Edge Catalyst
As you can see after a quick glance at the list that there is a ton of variety between each title. Arguably the most notable additions are Dragon Age 2, Need for Speed, and Crysis 3. Dragon Age has had its ups and downs as a franchise but it should not be forgotten how impactful the first few games were at the time. If you are remotely interested in RPG’s then you will want to check this out. It should also go without saying that Need for Speed and Crysis 3 are instant classics in their own right.
All of these games are on sale to various degrees. That way you will not be handing over any serious cash if you want to get a chance to enjoy some “older” titles. Keep in mind that these prices are not going to stick around for long. If any of these are of interest then you will have to act fast.
Let us know what your favorite EA game is.