Tag Archive: Origin

Batman finally gets a badass Batmobile in Arkham Origin trailer

In all the recent Batman games (Arkham City, Arkham Asylum, Arkham Origins), I’ve always thrilled to Bat-grapple my way to the roof tops, occasionally base-jumping down to glide kick some nasty thug just asking for that special brand of Bat…Read more ›

Zagg’s Little Origin Speaker Docks With a Desktop Mothership [Mobile World Congress 2013]

mwc2013bug-coaBARCELONA, MOBILE WORLD CONGRESS – Zagg, who you surely know better for its excellent iPad keyboards, also makes a speaker. Or two speakers, to be precise. This is the Zagg Origin, and it consists of a pocket-sized Bluetooth speaker which docks into a desktop mothership.

The handy homunculus is Jamboxian in proportions, and does everything a modern portable BT speaker should. It pairs with  [Read More…]

EA Brings Origin To The Mac With Dual-Platform Play, Cloud Syncing & More


EA’s Origin platform has today made its public debut on the Mac, proving gamers with a Steam alternative that currently boasts 48 downloadable titles from EA and third-party developers like Sega and Warner Brothers. Its initial catalog includes Batman: Arkham City, Star Wars, The Sims 3, LEGO Harry Potter, Dragon Age 2 and many more — plus any expansion packs.

Origin for Mac boasts all the same features that users have been enjoying  [Read More…]

EA’s Origin Comes To Mac As Open Alpha, Brings Free Copy Of Bookworm


EA’s Origin platform is finally making its way to the Mac, starting with an open alpha release that’s available to download from today. Although it’s open to the public, only “a few thousand users” in North America and the United Kingdom will gain access to it, according to EA — those who get in will be gifted a free copy of Bookworm, a popular word-puzzle game from PopCap.

Because this alpha is only  [Read More…]

EA Plans To Bring Its Origin Client To Android, Mac, Facebook, And Smart TVs Soon

Earlier today, EA issued a press release for its upcoming SimCity. Within the release, it was revealed that both the game and EA’s Origin client would be making its way to Mac. This news not only signified the return of Sims to Mac, but also that EA was becoming more serious about getting its Steam competitor out to other platforms. I say platforms because later on during the company’s GamesCom press  [Read More…]