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April 10

Downloadable Titanfall Season Pass FREE @ Origin.com

Posted by on April 10, 2015 at 7:00 PM

Downloadable Titanfall Season Pass FREE @ Origin.com

Not too long ago, I posted about the free Titanfall Season Pass being given out to Xbox One and Xbox 360 users. Origin.com has jumped on board. They are giving away the Titanfall Season Pass free to PC gamers.

I assume this has about the same value – $25 – as the Xbox versions did. The season pass combined three previously individual DLCs into one pack. Each of the DLCs came with three new maps so the Titanfall Season Pass has nine new maps in total:

  • Expedition: War Games, Swampland, and Runoff
  • Frontier’s Edge: Dig Site, Export, and Haven
  • IMG Rising: Backwater, Zone 18, and Sandtrap

Now, you can actually get the Titanfall Season Pass even if you do not have the base game. Sure, you need the base game to play with the maps – but you can buy this pass and then wait for the game to go on sale for a price you are actually willing to pay. Then, when you get the game, you will also have all this sweet bonus content.

I would wait for one of Origin’s legendary game sales before parting with my money. I am not a big fan of this type of game, but we all know games drop in price the longer they are out. Pick up the downloadable content now and see just how cheap you can score the game for later. Who knows, maybe it will be a freebie one day!

A mighty thanks goes out to Mooser Jeff who mentioned on the Xbox thread that this freebie was available for the PC as well.

All of this is probably because Titanfall 2 was just announced recently. The company wants to re-garner interest in the title to build up anticipation for the next instalment. If you have played this game, then drop me a line and share your thoughts! I am always eager to learn about new games from our Moosers.

(Expiry: Unknown)

 

 

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March 4

Free Syndicate Game @ Origin.com ($4.99 Value)

Posted by on March 4, 2015 at 3:00 PM

Free Syndicate Game @ Origin.com ($4.99 Value)

Syndicate is the new on the house game of the month. Regularly priced at $4.99, this old but good game is now FREE to download for the month of March.

As with all on the house deals at Origin.com, this is an older game – released in 1993. The game is available for PC only, and once you claim this deal, the game is free for you to keep. This is not a demo and this is not a trial. The game is yours permanently.

I assume that nostalgia will fuel most people who claim this game. If you played Syndicate back in the day, I am sure you are going to have a blast running through it again. Sure, graphics has come a long way since 1993, but it is sometimes fun to go back and play the games of our childhood. Here is a brief description of the game if you are not familiar:

You are an ambitious marketing director in the Syndicate, hand-picked to lead a team of cyborg mercenaries. You work in the problem-solving department and you are damn good at “taking care” of problems. Some might say that violence is not the answer but you know better. There here are hardly any problems that you can’t solve with a well-placed bullet.

Except for the cyborgs, that sounds pretty much like a lot of business transactions in large multinational companies these days. They just ‘wipe out’ the competition. Oops!

I looked up the game on GOG for some reviews. This old game has an overall rating of 4.5/5 stars and the reviews blather on about how awesome this game was for the day and how going back to play the game has been fantastic. While you see the errors in the game now, it is still an immersive experience that is fun and rewarding. One reviewer said:

Absolutely epic cyberpunk tactical action. The sprite graphics are pretty for what they are and surprisingly satisfactory for being from 1993. The sound is fantastic. The Uzi and minigun droning is disturbingly pleasing, and the music suspenseful.

There is more to this review, you can check it and other reviews out on GOG where the game (plus expansion) retail for $5.99.

(Expiry: 31st March 2015)

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January 20

Theme Hospital Full PC Game Download for Free @ Origin Canada

Posted by on January 20, 2015 at 3:15 PM

Theme Hospital Full PC Game Download for Free @ Origin Canada

Origin Canada has a section on their website that is called “On the House”, this section consists of a free PC download game. The game available will change often, so get your hands on the freebie available as soon as you can. Today, the free game from Origin.com is the full PC download of Theme Hospital.

Do you remember the game Theme Hospital from when you were a kid? Now you can relive those memories for absolutely free. For a limited time, you can download the full PC version of the Theme Hospital Game from Origin Canada for free. This game would have normally cost you $4.99. As far as I can tell, there is no catch.

Theme Hospital is another installment of the Theme series. In this game, it is a matter of laugh or death. You can design, maintain and manage your own hi-tech hospital. Make the most of resources and create cures to earn cash. In the corridors of your hospital, you will notice the Grim Reaper walking around and waiting for you to make a mistake.

Laughter is the best medicine, and you will be laughing throughout the entirety of this game. While disease and ailments would not be the first thing you find funny, some of the diseases are hysterical. Your patients can get KingComplex which will have them dresses as Elvis. Another one of the known diseases in this Theme Hospital game is called Bloaty Head. That is the ailment pictured above. They can even get Hairyitis from being exposed to the moon light for too long.

Of course, you will have to build your way up in the world. Your game will start off with a small, empty building with a few doctors and a pharmacy. You will build up to get your other necessities and to grow. Move your way up in the health care industry while chuckling along the way. Personally, a hospital simulator would not be my first choice of a game, but I am tempted to give this one a try.

This is not a trial or demo, it is the full game. There is no time limit, you can keep the game for as long as you like. Origin Canada is offering free games to provide an excellent gaming experience to their customers. This is a great way to try new games or even genres of games that you wouldn’t normally play. This game is claimed to be the best hospital simulation around, so let us know what you think after trying it for free.

(Expiry: Unknown)

 

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December 28

Origin: Up to 75% Off Games New Year Sale

Posted by on December 28, 2014 at 12:49 PM

Origin: Up to 75% Off Games New Year Sale

Origin has an up to 75% off New Year’s sale on games you just need for your PC. If you are in the market for some new games, then this is a sale you will not want to miss.

There are tons of titles in the sale so I really cannot give you a list of all the games. So really, you need to sort through the sale games yourself and find the ones that suit your own tastes. Here are some cool bundles:

Mass Effect Trilogy – Was $29.99 | Now $14.99

For three games, you are really paying peanuts. Enjoy over 75 hours of content with all three Mass Effect games (includes Mass Effect Pinnacle Station and Bring Down the Sky). This little bundle is quite the deal when each game originally retailed for more than the bundle’s price.

PopCap Hero Bundle – Was $9.99 | Now $4.99

Three games for $5, how can you say no? This PopCap bundle includes Bejeweled, Peggle, and Plants vs. Zombies. I have never played Peggle, but the other two games are fun and highly addictive.

There are also plenty of individual games on sale. I was looking at the $10 and under section for these gems.

I have never played any of these games, but there are some titles in there for 75% off, which is a good deal. I love the image on the cover of Command & Conquer – if I was to buy a game based upon cover alone (who doesn’t do that once in a while), I would purchase that game.

Some newer games are on sale as well. Dragon Age: Inquisition was $59.99, and is now on sale for $39.99. The massive The Sims 4 Digital Deluxe edition was $69.99, and is now on sale for $46.89. The game features bonus content including a new ghosts feature where your Sims do not really die, they can come back as spectres to haunt and frolic with the locals.

Pick out a new game and waste a few evenings having fun in a different world.

(Expiry: 6th January 2015)

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December 9

Canadian Freebie: SimCity 2000 Special Edition Free @ Origin ($6 Value)

Posted by on December 9, 2014 at 3:00 PM

Canadian Freebie: SimCity 2000 Special Edition Free @ Origin ($6 Value)

Today we have a lovely freebie for our sweet Moosers from Origin. Download SimCity 2000 Special Edition from Origin for free. This game has a value of $5.99, so not bad for a freebie!

This is a free PC game. It is not a demo or a trial – you get to keep the full game, forever, and not pay for it. I have to admit, I know absolutely nothing about this game so I had to search the internet for some information. According to Origin, this is a classic Maxis city building and management simulation game. You build everything from the ground up including:

schools, libraries, hospitals, zoos, prisons, power plants, and much more… Lay down roads, railways, and highways. Explore the underground layer and build subways and utilities without compromising your aesthetics. Customize different buildings or design your own graphics sets from scratch.

If you enjoy creating, designing, organizing, and then ruining the lives of your little Sims, then this is the ultimate game for you. Some people argue that this was the best SimCity ever and that all others have paled in comparison. Needless to say, you can check out if this claim is correct or just a bunch of nostalgic nonsense getting in the way.

I have played one Sim game, though I cannot recall what it was now. A friend of mine had a cheat code to give you endless money so I just ignored my Sims and sat their designing and building, and decorating houses all day. That was a lot of fun but the Sims were horribly annoying.

To redeem your freebie, you will need an Origin account. It is worth signing up for one if you do not already have one as Origin often gives away free games so you can get an entire library worth of games you will never have to pay to play. We do not know how long this deal is going to last, but if past deals are any indication it should be on till the end of the month. We hope.

If you have played this game in the past, then please comment and give us your opinion on it! We love to heard from our Moosers!

(Expiry: Unknown)

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November 26

Origin Canada: Titanfall For The PC Download | Was $20 Now $5

Posted by on November 26, 2014 at 3:12 PM

Origin Canada: Titanfall For The PC Download | Was $20 Now $5

Good afternoon, my fellow gamers! Origin is currently having a sweet sale on Titanfall for the PC – you can download this mega-popular game for only $4.99! That’s right – just $4.99! This game normally sells for $19.99, so you’re getting 75% off the retail price! Best of all, you won’t have to worry about paying any shipping fees, since this is a download. Just place your order, and you’ll soon be indulging in the world of Titanfall on your computer soon after your purchase! This deal may not be around for very long, so get it now while it’s still available!

Titanfall is a game that came out with plenty of fanfare when it was originally released earlier this year. It’s gained quite a following, and some positive reviews for its innovative gameplay style. I’ve even seen some people walking around the streets of Toronto wearing Titanfall t-shirts during the summer months, so that just shows you that this game has some loyal fans!

I’m pretty excited about this holiday season! I’ve got most of my presents ready for my family and friends, so it should be a great Christmas this year. However, that doesn’t mean that I’ve got all my gifts ready! When you see so many different deals available online, it’s a real challenge to not impulsively buy some of these products, but at the end of the day I’m happy with my purchases (as long as I could find a good use for them, or if it’s a gift for someone else).

If you wanted to purchase Titanfall for the PC at Best Buy, it would cost you $19.99. I’ve included a brief review of this popular game from a satisfied Best Buy customer below:

One of the best online games I have played so far. It’s fast, action packed. and there is always someone you can (destroy), from titans and pilots to grunts and specters. Great game, really happy I bought it.

Happy gaming, my fellow deal hunters!

(Expiry: Unknown)

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November 9

Origin.com Freebie: Try Battlefield 4 Free For 1 Full Week!

Posted by on November 9, 2014 at 3:00 PM

Origin.com Freebie: Try Battlefield 4 Free For 1 Full Week!

Origin Game Time is back and this time it’s better and bigger! Not too long ago, Battlefield 4 became free to play for one entire week and it looks like Origin just brought back this awesome freebie, so if you haven’t already taken advantage of it, I suggest you jump on it now! As Origin so convincingly put it, that’s 168 hours of non-stop gaming! Keep in mind that it’s the PC version of the game.

Free is always awesome but the fact that you can play Battlefield 4 for a whole week is even better, especially since if after your 168 hours are up, you decide to purchase the game, then you won’t lose any progress that you have made thus far. The game is currently on sale for $26.39 (reg. $39.99) but there is no word on whether or not the price will stay the same in a week.

Battlefield 4 is essentially a first-person shooter game and although it was initially filled with countless bugs and glitches upon its release in January 2014, the game has since been fixed with numerous patches and in fact, here’s a review I found on Amazon about it:

Graphics are amazing. Multiplayer is what it’s all about. Campaign pretty much teaches you all weapons and vehicles so don’t expect much more than that but there are parts that made me say to myself “Wow, That’s Awesome”.

To get the game, you’re going to need an Origin account, which is free to have. Simply sign up, confirm your e-mail and that’s it! Then, add the game to your game library and wait for it to download. This will depend on your internet speed but if you have time, then be sure to leave a comment to let us know that you’re getting the game! The great part is that you also don’t need to worry about losing any game time while you wait for the game to download as your time won’t start until the time that you launch the game.

Plus, if you don’t see yourself playing it in the upcoming days, then you can wait until the very last day as you will still get a full week to play the game. Just maybe don’t wait until the very last minute!

Have you ever played Battlefield 4 or any of the previous instalments? What did you think?

(Image Credit: BagoGames)

(Expiry: Unknown)

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October 28

Canadian Freebie: Crusader – No Remorse Free (Was $4.99) @ Origin.com

Posted by on October 28, 2014 at 4:30 PM

Canadian Freebie: Crusader   No Remorse Free (Was $4.99) @ Origin.com

Take advantage of this limited time offer from Origin.com to download Crusader: No Remorse for free to your PC.

This is the base game, standard edition. The usual fine print applies. You must be 13 years or older, have access to an internet connection, and have an Origin account as well. This game is rated ‘Teen’ due to animated violence. The so-called ‘animated violence’ is pretty obvious since almost every screen capture of the game features a good amount of red from something blowing up or being shot.

Here is the game description:

As a Silencer, one of the elite enforcers of the World Economic Consortium, you’re supposed to be incorruptible. But if the system you serve is utterly corrupt, where does that leave you? You go over to the Resistance, the same pack you used to hunt down. Now, your former employers better watch their backs because you’re coming after them with all the firepower at your command.

Crusader: No Remorse was released way back in 1995 so it doesn’t have all those fancy-shmancy little graphics that you might be use to by now. However, if you played this back in the day it might be a nice nostalgic trip down memory lane. Happily, if you are still trucking away on an old computer, this game has very simple system requirements that your vintage computer just might be able to fill. Check it out.

While I would never pay $4.99 for this game myself, it is not a bad thing to pick up free. I am always a fan of free entertainment and this looks well equipped to take me into another world for at least a few hours.

If any of our Moosers have played this game, let me know! Your comments will help guide other lost souls on whether they should bother with downloading No Remorse or not.

(Expiry: unknown)

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September 17

Origin.com Freebie: Bejeweled 3 Free Download (PC/ Mac)

Posted by on September 17, 2014 at 12:00 AM

Origin.com Freebie: Bejeweled 3 Free Download (PC/ Mac)

Hi, my name is Margarita and I used to be a Bejeweled addict and now, much to my horror, Origin is offering Bejeweled 3 absolutely free for PC or Mac download. Its usual price is of $4.99, so it’s definitely worth a download for those days of boredom… or even snowstorm days up ahead. To get it, just click on the link below and then select “on the house” from the “free games” menu.

First of all, if you’re not already registered for Origin, you’re going to get an account first but it only takes a minute tops and is absolutely free as well. Plus, by signing up now, you won’t have to worry about creating an account the next time we tell you about an awesome freebie at Origin.

Once you have registered for an account, you’re also going to need Origin to download this game, but once again, it’s free and takes yet another minute (unless you’re one of lucky ones with 200 Mbps internet, then it might take you less than 10 seconds for the whole process Origin.com Freebie: Bejeweled 3 Free Download (PC/ Mac) ).

Having recently switched computer, I had to re-download Origin to check out this offer for myself and I discovered that for those of you who already have it downloaded, can also get this freebie directly through their program as well. Simply select the “on the house” option from the “free games” category in the main menu. It only requires 246 MB.

Once you launch the game, a lovely gruff voice welcomes you to Bejeweled 3 and that’s when the fun commences. You are given the choice between four levels: classic. zen, lightning or quest. Given that I’m rather rusty as I haven’t played in a couple of years, I chose the quest and let’s just say that it didn’t take very long for me to hear the dreaded two words: “game over” as my butterflies were eaten by the spiders. Just that detail alone goes to show how much this game has changed as there certainly weren’t any quests when I played it! It’s great fun though and an amazing time killer, so I definitely recommend it, especially for all of you students out there with boring professors. Origin.com Freebie: Bejeweled 3 Free Download (PC/ Mac)

Lastly, keep in mind that once this deal expires towards the end of the month of October, you can check out other “on the house” offers from Origin as every so often, full versions of a select games are released at absolutely no cost but the catch is that they can also end the deal at any moment, so be sure to download it right away.

(Expiry: 28th October 2014)

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August 9

Origin.com: Free PC/Mac Download Of Wing Commander 3: Heart Of The Tiger (Was $4.99)

Posted by on August 9, 2014 at 9:00 AM

Origin.com: Free PC/Mac Download Of Wing Commander 3: Heart Of The Tiger (Was $4.99)

Looking for a way to pass the time?  If you’re a gamer, you’ll love this offer from Origin.com. Get a free PC/Mac download of Wing Commander 3: Heart of the Tiger.

Origin.com is a digital gaming service that is free to join and quick to install.  Origin downloads are super-fast, as their number one priority is making sure you get your games as rapidly as possible.

They have a whole plethora of games available for sale, including their On The House section which offers one title for free! These aren’t trials or demos; they are full versions of the actual game for free. This is a great way to get started with Origin.com and to make sure you like it.  Wing Commander 3: Heart of the Tiger (regularly $4.99) is a total blast from the past and will appeal to gamers who like a great story along with lots and lots of fight action. As a freebie, it’s a great game that will be a great way to fill some time on a rainy day.  My boyfriend and I have a few old school games that we play all the time and we will add this to our collection.  It’s a great activity for us to enjoy together to unwind a little at the end of a long day.

There are other free ways to play at Origin.com as well.  Margarita posted a few days ago about a feature called Game Time that lets you test drive a game totally free. At the moment, Game Time is on Battlefield 4, giving you a full week of play absolutely free.  There are also less popular games available to play for free, as well as demos & betas.  Just click on the “FREE GAMES” tab to see all the options for free gaming.

Worried about glitches, or just worried you won’t love a game?  The Origin Great Game Guarantee makes sure that you love it or can return it if you don’t.  Gamers are eligible for a full refund within 24 hours of downloading a game if it doesn’t rock like you hoped.

Keep in mind that you’ll need to first download the Origin game client as well as create an Origin account to redeem this offer.

(Expiry: 2nd September 2014)

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July 23

Origin Coupon Code: Get The Sims 2 Ultimate Collection For Free!

Posted by on July 23, 2014 at 8:30 PM

Origin Coupon Code: Get The Sims 2 Ultimate Collection For Free!

Hate the new Sims? Then play the older one for free! Until the end of the month, Origin is offering The Sims 2 Ultimate Collection for free. Keep reading to find out how to download it. The Ultimate Collection includes the game itself along with all of the expansion packs that have ever been released.

Click here to get The Sims 2 Ultimate Collection @ Origin.com now

  • Coupon Code: I-LOVE-THE-SIMS
  • Discount: get The Sims 2 Ultimate Collection for free
  • Expiry: 31st July 2014

Originally released in 2000, the first edition of the game became a world-wide success and has even won five Guinness World Records, most notably the one for “Best Selling PC Game of All Time”. The Sims 2 followed in its footsteps in 2004 and unlike its predecessor, features a 3D world instead of one that most closely resembles a 2D projection. In fact, The Sims 4 is being released on September 2nd 2014 and can currently be pre-ordered either for $69.99 for the deluxe edition or $59.99 for the limited edition.

I have to admit that I have never actually played any of the Sims games but given their immense popularity and Origin’s current freebie, I’m definitely tempted to at least give it a try!

How To Get The Sims 2 Ultimate Collection For Free:

Let me start off by clarifying that you won’t find this version of The Sims on Origin’s website. To get the game, you need to first have an account with Origin. If you don’t already have one, it’s free to create here. Once you have your account created and confirmed, download the Origin program for either PC or Mac and long into your Origin account.

Click on the tab labelled “Games” and enter the Origin coupon code above into the “Redeem Product Code” field. If you would prefer to avoid downloading their program, then you can also redeem this code by logging into your account on their site and entering the code on the code redemption page. For more information on how to redeem this code, you can also check out EA’s help section.

What if you already have The Sims 2?

As it turns out, EA’s Origin is offering this oldie for free because they are terminating all support for the game. If you already have The Sims 2, then you will be happy to know that you can also update for free to the Ultimate Collection edition by logging into your Origin account.

(Image Credit: Adriana Batista)

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June 21

Origin.com Freebie: Try Titanfall For 48h For Free With Game Time

Posted by on June 21, 2014 at 9:30 PM

Origin.com Freebie: Try Titanfall For 48h For Free With Game Time

Origin has launched a brand new featured called Game Time. With it, you can try full-version PC games for 48h for absolutely free and right now, the game you can try is Titantfall!

Every time a new game is released, I wonder to myself: “is it worth it?” because paying $60-$70 for each new game isn’t the friendliest option on a tight budget but Origin’s Game Time is definitely a solution that I’m excited to try. Although you have until Sunday night to take advantage of this neat feature to try Titanfall for free, once you start playing, then you will have exactly 48 hours of game time to try the game and it’s not the demo version either! For 48 hours, you are given full access to the game’s every nook and cranny through its full version. Although you won’t necessarily get far in 48 hours as this includes the time spent off the game (48 hours in real time and not just game time), the great part about it is that once your game time has expired, then your progress will be saved in case you decide to purchase the game.

Although I’m a gamer at heart, I have never particularly understood first person shooter games. Going around and shooting things just isn’t my thing (I have tried my hand at Call of Duty multiple times and have failed miserably), but for those who it is, Titanfall is definitely a good game to try, especially since it has garnered a slew of positive reviews from the online community. GameSpot, for instance, has rated it an incredible 9 out of 10 with one member having the following to say about it:

But the game overall is a blast to play. It’s fast and moves like no other FPS out there, almost forcing you to climb vertically if you want to survive. Half the fun comes from the speed of the game. Much of it also comes from not only piloting a Titan, but from taking on Titans as a ground troop. It packs a certain amount of tension and makes for an excellent time. Taking down a Titan while on foot is exhilarating and there’s little like it in the FPS market.

This game has even won a whopping number of 60 awards at its E3 unveilment in 2013! It’s also currently on sale for 40% off at just $47.99 (reg. $79.99).

What do you think of Origin’s Game Time? Are you excited to try it out with Titanfall?

(Expiry: 22nd June 2014)

(Image Credit: BagoGames)

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June 18

Free PC/Mac Download of Peggle (was $4.99) from Origin.com

Posted by on June 18, 2014 at 7:00 PM

Free PC/Mac Download of Peggle (was $4.99) from Origin.com

Who wants a great freebie?  Right now you can get a great one from Origin.com with no purchase necessary. Get a free download of the game Peggle for your Mac or PC. Just search for the game using the search bar to find it.

Personally I have never heard of this game but even if it’s not then best game you have ever played, its totally free so who cares really!  Peggle did however win a dozen of awards and msnbc.com calls it one of the “Top 5 most addictive video games of all time!” so it is definitley worth the free download.

This game is a blend between skill and luck and it has 55 different levels to keep you interested. You can play against friends or you can play against the computer.  It also has 10 different powers, 75 Grand Master challenges and some amazing art work in it.

This puzzle game is normally priced at $4.99 so not a bad little freebie to get. Even though I don’t often play games on my computer, I do get these deals for down times (not that I have many being a mom ;)) I travel sometimes and bring my computer and having some games to pass the time is perfect.

To be able to get this freebie, you will need to first download the Origin game client as well as create an Origin account to redeem this offer. It is free to do this so there is no cosst to you.  It is a good thing to do anyways because Origin does come out with these freebies from time to time.

(Expiry: 5th August 2014)

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June 10

Origin Player Appreciation Sale: 50% Off Battlefield 4 (+ Up To 70% Off Over 200 Titles)

Posted by on June 10, 2014 at 11:30 PM

Origin Player Appreciation Sale: 50% Off Battlefield 4 (+ Up To 70% Off Over 200 Titles)

Let the gaming begin! Origin is showing its appreciation for all of their customers with up to 70% off over 200 PC games like Battlefield 4, Titanfall, Mass Effect 3, The Sims 3 etc.

Although Battlefield 4 came out over half  a year ago, it has remained on top of most “best games” lists for its graphics and overall gameplay. It’s essentially a first-person shooter that can be played either solo or with other people online. As the twelfth instalment of the popular Battlefield franchise, the goal of the game in single player mode is to fight, shoot and demolish your way through the various assignments.

Previous versions of Battlefield are also available at a discount such as: Battlefield 3 for $5.99 (reg. $19.99), Battlefield 4: China Rising Expansion for $10.49 (reg. $14.99) and a couple of others.

Mass Effect 3 is also another one of those insanely popular and highly praised games that is worth trying, especially since it’s 70% off and can be had for just $5.99 instead of $19.99. Playable in a variety of modes, this shooter game focuses on the intergalactic adventures of Commander Shepard. This game even won Best RPG (roleplaying game) of 2012!

But if Battlefield and Mass Effect aren’t quite your cup of tea, then maybe The Sims is and in fact, a couple versions of that game are also available at a discount. Although I have never played this game myself, I have nevertheless heard a lot about it, as I’m sure all of you Moosers have as well and it would seem that it’s the kind of game that you simply can’t put down — much like Candy Crush! Origin Player Appreciation Sale: 50% Off Battlefield 4 (+ Up To 70% Off Over 200 Titles)

For all the racing lovers (myself included :D), there are plenty of versions of the Need For Speed available at a reduced price as well. You could for instance get Need For Speed Undercover for just $2.99 (reg. $9.99), which comes up to a whopping 70% discount! Make sure to also grab Need For Speed World as it’s absolutely free for download.

(Expiry: 15th June 2014)

(Image Credit: Eric Griffin)

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May 29

Origin Canada FREEBIE: Get the Battlefield 3 Game (Was $19.99) for FREE!

Posted by on May 29, 2014 at 7:00 PM

Origin Canada FREEBIE: Get the Battlefield 3 Game (Was $19.99) for FREE!

There is a great freebie for all the gamers and action seekers out there.  Origin Canada has a great freebie right now that is worth a whopping $19.99. Get the standard edition of Battlefield 3 absolutely free for download.

Origin offers all sorts of PC games for you to download and the prices vary from game to game.  Battlefield 3 is regularly priced at $19.99 to download for your PC but for just a few short days, you can download it absolutely free.

Battlefield 3 is rated M for mature because of the strong language and intense violence is shows. It has 20 new maps, 20 new weapons, 10 new vehicles and 4 new game modes with the newest version of this game. The graphics are also better in the newer version making it a great game to play.

To download it, you must have an Origin account.  They are totally free so if you have yet to start one, you can make a free one and use Battlefield 3 as your first download.

They actually have a few different games offered for free this week but this one really stood out because the regular cost of it would be $19.99.  That is a lot of money to save on a great game. If you want to see the entire list of On The House Games, just check them out on the site.

(Expiry: 3rd June 2014)

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