Burnout Paradise Summary
Criterion said that they wanted to craft a stunning, truly next-gen game for their next-gen debut, and they have done: there's almost nothing wrong with Burnout Paradise.
A total of $10.5 million has been carved up between five different charities in the wake of the Humble Bundle sale that included some of EA's biggest PC games, of which they kept none of the revenue.
Peter Moore tweeted he's "so proud of Team EA" for raising the $10.5m from the charity campaign, with $1.65m of that going to the American Cancer Society.
The Humble Origin Bundle continues to raise gobs of cash for charity, as sales have topped $9M and are headed to $10M. The Bundle includes Dead Space, Crysis 2 Maximum Edition, Mirror's Edge, Dead Space 3, Medal of Honor, and Burnout Paradise: The Ultimate Box, with Battlefield 3, The Sims 3 with two Starter Pack add-ons, Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 - Uprising and Populous for donating more than the average price (currently just under $5 USD.)
Humble Bundle has announced that EA's Humble Origin Bundle is their greatest performer to-date, with over 1.25 million bundles sold raising "over $6 million" in sales. All proceeds go to various charities.
Nine days are left for the Humble Origin Bundle, which continues to rocket in sales. The last big money draw was the Humble Indie Bundle V back in June, raising $5.1m.
The Humble Bundle has a new set of games up for purchase, and this time it's Electronic Arts and Origin games, highlighted by Dead Space and Dead Space 3.
Burnout and Need for Speed rebooter extraordinaire, Criterion Games, won't be leaving tire tracks all over our desktops and TVs with their next release. The studio is drifting off into the sunset with the racing genre.
Boss man Alex Ward says that after a decade of tricked out wheels pummelling asphalt it's "time to make something new." No, before you ask, there's not another Black coming.