Buying software online through platforms like app stores is convenient, but there may be long-term consequences to keeping your installers for games and other software in the cloud.
Take a look at the biggest online gaming stores from a South African perspective.
The price of Battlefield 1 on Origin SA has absolutely skyrocketed.
Origin is currently hosting an Infinite Gaming Sale, with over 75% off on selected titles.
EA is giving away Need for Speed Most Wanted (2012) from Criterion Games, a great racer – even if it isn’t Criterion’s best game.
The success of EA Access on the Xbox One has prompted the publisher to launch Origin Access for PC, which is much the same service, only different.
One of Bioware’s best.
Go on, you know you want to download this classic
Origin is offering up to 75% off its range of PC games
Disclaimer: It involves the Origin online store
You order a game but change your mind pre-launch, or buy the title and it does not work – what are your options?
Get 70% off “games you will actually play” with Origin’s latest sale
Yes, it is a bit old, but it’s free. So don’t complain.
Valve won’t lock other vendors out of its Steam Machine ecosystem
Steam and Origin services offline following pointless and annoying DDoS attacks
Microsoft executive Phil Spencer admits that the company could have done more for the PC gaming ecosystem.
Telkom launches its uncapped gaming data add-on at rAge 2013
Telkom Internet’s capped ADSL subscribers will get unlimited gaming data in a new promotion
Electronic Arts is backing the value of its products with a 24-hour guarantee
Electronic Arts is donating all proceeds to various charities