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  1. A job listing has appeared recently on EA's corporate jobs site that could give us clues about the future of the franchise. They are advertising the position of a Monetization Manager for the Command & Conquer franchise. Here's the job description. I'm not entirely sure what this job is all about to be honest but I guess its an important one. Thanks to the team at Command & Conquer - Israel for this news.
  2. This is somewhat related to Command & Conquer, considering the franchise now falls under the BioWare label within all things EA. It was revealed eariler today that Ray Muzyka and Greg Zeschuk, who formed BioWare with Augustine Yip in 1995, have left the company. "After nearly two decades in videogames," Dr Muzyka explained on his blog, "I’ve decided to move on to pursue an entirely different set of challenges." Dr Zeschuk, meanwhile, explained his reasoning clearly: "I’ve reached an unexpected point in my life", he stated, "where I no longer have the passion that I once did for the company, for the games, and for the challenge of creation." Greg plans to move out of gaming all together and to work on beer-related projects in his immediate future, but he didn't rule out a return to the industry at some point. Ray, meanwhile, is planning on moving into an investment and mentoring role, with a goal to helping new entrepreneurs in the field of social / impact investment. BioWare, which is currently made up of around 800 employees across six separate studios, is wholly owned by Electronic Arts. Their games include the Baldur's Gate series, Neverwinter Nights, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, Dragon Age, and Mass Effect.
  3. EA have revealed their full lineup of games that will be on show at Gamescom in Cologne, Germany next week. And sadly for Command & Conquer fans, Generals 2 is not included in this list. Here's the full report from Trendy Gamers. Click here for the original article. So that's somewhat disappointing. Gamescom is last of the big gaming industry shows for the year and Generals 2 will not be there. Fingers crossed for something else later on in the year, I guess.
  4. EA's Summer Showcase event gets under way later this week. It's this Thursday, August 2, 2012 at 1:00 PM PT (8:00 PM UTC), to be exact. The usual big EA franchises will be on show, of course, but the focus for Command & Conquer fans is the slim possibility of some Generals 2 news from this event. You can watch a live stream of all the announcements at this link later on today. These are all US times.
  5. With E3 all over for another year, all the attention now turns to Gamescom 2012, which takes place in Cologne, Germany this August. Today, EA issued this press release announcing their line up of games to be showcased. Generals 2 is not publicly listed, but let's hope they surprise us with something. Command & Conquer has had a strong presence at Gamescom in the past. Click here for the full press release.
  6. Plokite_Wolf

    List of EA Games at E3

    EA has posted a list of some games that will be shown at E3, which includes two expansions for Battlefield 3, Crysis 3, Medal of Honor: Warfighter, SimCity and the standard EA Sports line of games. It seems Generals 2 is not on the list, but who knows? Let's hope BioWare will show up with their own booth at the expo. Keep an eye out for official E3 broadcasts on JeuxVideo.com (French site) and on www.ea.com/e3, while American fans can watch it on Spike TV on June 4th at 1 PM (GMT -8). You can read the full press release for more details.
  7. Here's the full press detailing what EA have announced for E3 this year.....
  8. Origin is running a Spring Sales Event with 50% off most games in their catalog, including the Command & Conquer games available on Origin as well. So if you are missing a Command & Conquer game in your collection, now is your time to complete it! Head over to Origin to get your missing C&C games at 50% off. Please note, this offer is only available for customers in North America.
  9. EA rolls out $100 car for Need for Speed World At last count, EA's free-to-play racer Need for Speed World had garnered more than 5 million users. The publisher is hoping some of those users have deep pockets because the latest premium car for the online racer does not come cheap. EA today announced that the Koenigsegg CCX "Elite" Edition, the first "premium elite" car to hit Need for Speed World, is now available in the in-game store for $100. For those who feel that's a bit pricey, it is currently on sale for $75 through December 21. Codeveloped by EA Black Box and EA Singapore, Need for Speed World launched last July. The game sports over 100 miles of in-game road to traverse, including NFS: Most Wanted's Rockport locale and NFS: Carbon's Palmont city streets, as well as a full day/night cycle. Need for Speed World is part of EA's Play4Free label, saddled up next to other games stemming from popular EA franchises like Battlefield, Dragon Age, and the recently announced Command & Conquer: Tiberium Alliances. http://asia.gamespot.com/news/ea-rolls-out-100-car-for-need-for-speed-world-6347632 Would you pay a 100 bucks for a DLC? Really?! Persoanlly, I wouldn't.
  10. Ever since the announcements of Command & Conquer: Generals 2 and Command & Conquer: Tiberium Alliances there has been more hate towards EA and the Command & Conquer franchise. Well, more than usual anyway. @Alex06, who has recently been added to the CNCNZ.com team, has written a lengthy article to address all of this hatred the fans seem to have because it's probably mostly due to confusion, misinformation or a general lack of understanding. Here's a part of the article. This is an article that should be read by all Command & Conquer fans. Click here to read it. It has also been posted in our Generals 2 forum, as well as the Official C&C Forums.
  11. So it looks like Command & Conquer: Generals 2 is not the only new Command & Conquer game to be revealed this week. Now we know why EA were snapping up all the domain names with the word "alliances" in them. Command & Conquer Tiberium Alliances, a free to play browser game, has been announced. It is being made by EA Phenomic. Check out the official site right here. The www.TiberiumAlliances.com address doesn't appear to be working at the time of posting this news.
  12. If anyone doubted, they are now proven to be wrong. A has been released today on the official C&C YouTube channel. It shows much of the gameplay, and we can recognize mostly C&C 3 units and buildings. In the comments section, EA denied that this will be a Facebook game. Watch the trailer above and feel free discuss it on our forums.
  13. A message from Command & Conquer: Generals 2 executive producer Jon Van Caneghem, has been posted on the Official C&C Site. He thanks the fans for their patience and discusses the transition of Command & Conquer to the BioWare label. You can read the original post right here. And make sure you sign up to receive the C&C newsletter direct to your inbox,
  14. Just in case things were not official enough for you. We now have the the official press release from EA announcing Command & Conquer: Generals 2. The full Command & Conquer: Generals 2 press release has been added to our recently opened Generals 2 section.
  15. EA: New Online Gaming Content Codes Could Expire Before Even Being Used If you're buying an Electronic Arts game, be prepared for the Online Pass that came with it to have already expired. This was the recent experience of a NeoGAF member who bought a brand new copy of Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit from Amazon, only to find that he got an error message saying that the code was either incorrect or no longer valid. Gaming website Joystick picked up on this and asked an EA advisor about this situation. It turns out that it's EA's corporate policy to have some of these codes expire, but that no one should be faced with this, as a rule. However, if they are, then they can get a new one for free, by either downloading it or getting it from EA directly. Checking the EULA shows that at the moment, there is only game with this restriction. It's only Dragon Age 2 (packaged) which has a time-limited an Online Pass code and that it expires on March 31, 2012: ONLINE PASS SERIAL CODE EXPIRES MARCH 31, 2012. EA ACCOUNT, REGISTRATION WITH ENCLOSED SINGLE-USE SERIAL CODES, INTERNET CONNECTION AND ACCEPTANCE OF END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT REQUIRED TO PLAY AND TO ACCESS BONUS CONTENT (IF ANY) AND ONLINE FEATURES AND/OR SERVICES. SERIAL CODES ARE NON-TRANSFERABLE ONCE USED. EA ONLINE PRIVACY POLICY AND TERMS OF SERVICE CAN BE FOUND AT EA.COM. YOU MUST BE 13+ TO ACTIVATE SOFTWAREAND REGISTER FOR AN EA ACCOUNT. EA MAY RETIRE ONLINE FEATURES AFTER 30 DAYS NOTICE POSTED ON EA.COM/2/SERVICE-UPDATES. Note that it doesn't say anything about a replacement code at all. Only by contacting EA does the customer have any idea what to do about this, which can be very frustrating. The advisor didn't explain why these codes are designed to expire and it's hard to see exactly why. However, maybe it's to increase security of the product somehow, perhaps in a similar way that passwords at workplaces usually expire after a certain amount of time? Regardless, it's another inconvenient hoop that the honest gamer who's shelled out their hard-earned money has to jump through. In particular, one can see how these games that find themselves in the bargain basement a year later will all have expired codes, which will only be renewed at EAs discretion. Imagine the disappointment and frustration for the customer to see the online features being proudly advertised on the box, only to be denied at the point of installing the game. Then, it will be even more annoying should they contact EA about this only to be told that this feature has been removed. A feature like this could make or break a sale, so allowing such a situation potentially opens up EA to lawsuits for false advertising, since they are selling games that have had features removed by stealth. At the very least, such a customer would be entitled to a refund, which the shop would then be unlikely to give, because the box has been opened... http://www.techpower...Being-Used.html
  16. Plokite_Wolf

    C&C Soundtracks Survey

    The C&C Community Manager, EA_CIRE, has posted a new survey on the Official Command & Conquer Site. This time it's about soundtracks of the Tiberium universe. You can choose up to three of your favourite tracks from each of the following games: Tiberian Dawn, Tiberian Sun, Renegade, Tiberium Wars and Tiberian Twilight. Their aim is to discover which style of music do the fans like the most. You can cast your votes by clicking here.