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PostRe: EA Access - Dead Space 3 added
by samoza » Fri Dec 01, 2017 11:24 am

Dead Space 3 has some of the oddest co-op I have played. I loved playing through it, but having two slow trudgy characters stamping on aliens was very odd.

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PostRe: EA Access - Dead Space 3 added
by KjGarly » Sun Dec 03, 2017 1:24 pm

I'd put 53 hours into DS3, so I actually enjoyed it as I have with all the Dead Space games (I'd love them all to be released on the Switch..) if you can get it buy the Awakened DLC expansion as it's definitely the best part of 3.

Just downloaded it again myself and finished another play through of Awakened, much better horror atmosphere than the base game..

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Finished that and made a start on the game again on New Game +, nice that I can play it downsampled with SweetFX and not worry about it dropping below 60fps.

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PostRe: EA Access - Dead Space 3 added
by Peter Crisp » Sun Dec 03, 2017 6:45 pm

I think I may have gone overboard with this and Xbox games pass.
I've downloaded 50 (only 9 more to go now) games and it's taken 3 days already to download them.

I have 3tb drive space and I've used over half of it :slol: .

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PostRe: EA Access - Dead Space 3 added
by Buffalo » Wed Dec 06, 2017 11:14 am

Thought I’d play Dead Space 3 again, seeing as though it’s free. Only played it the once, about 5 years ago. Playing all 3 in quick succession, it’s clear to see the drop off in quality, but all 3 are still tremendously playable. It’s the stories in 2 & 3 that annoy me the most - they just don’t go anywhere, or really mean anything. Graphics and sound design still tremendous, I’d love a DS4, maybe with someone who can pen a decent yarn.

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PostRe: EA Access - Dead Space 3 added
by Seven » Wed Dec 06, 2017 1:01 pm

Was turned off from DS3 with negative feedback but I'll give it a go as long as I have EA Access.

I also should play Dead Space 2 again, but...

the eyeball thing i don't really want go through again :lol: got it first try but I'm scared that I'll strawberry float up next time :fp:

Yes I'm wussy when it comes to eye gore.

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PostRe: EA Access - Dead Space 3 added
by Monkey Man » Wed Dec 20, 2017 8:42 pm


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PostRe: EA Access - Dead Space 3 added
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PostRe: EA Access
by Monkey Man » Fri Jan 26, 2018 10:35 am


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PostRe: EA Access
by DarkRula » Sun Feb 04, 2018 12:21 am

I've enjoyed playing the trials that are available for games with this, but haven't really made use of playing any of the full games put on the service. I had a few rounds of Plants vs Zombies Garden Warfare when I first bought into the service [which was just after I bought the Xbox One itself back in October 2017] and found Titanfall to be a good game. The only ones since then were Star Wars Battlefront and Skate 3.

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PostRe: EA Access
by more heat than light » Sun Feb 04, 2018 7:49 am

DarkRula wrote:I've enjoyed playing the trials that are available for games with this, but haven't really made use of playing any of the full games put on the service. I had a few rounds of Plants vs Zombies Garden Warfare when I first bought into the service [which was just after I bought the Xbox One itself back in October 2017] and found Titanfall to be a good game. The only ones since then were Star Wars Battlefront and Skate 3.


Have you played Unravel? It's lovely.

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by Errkal » Sun Feb 04, 2018 7:50 am

more heat than light wrote:
DarkRula wrote:I've enjoyed playing the trials that are available for games with this, but haven't really made use of playing any of the full games put on the service. I had a few rounds of Plants vs Zombies Garden Warfare when I first bought into the service [which was just after I bought the Xbox One itself back in October 2017] and found Titanfall to be a good game. The only ones since then were Star Wars Battlefront and Skate 3.


Have you played Unravel? It's lovely.


It is indeed, really nice little puzzles and stuff and an awesome feel to it.

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PostRe: EA Access
by DarkRula » Sun Feb 04, 2018 10:23 am

I've played it for an hour or so, and it was good for what I played of it.

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PostRe: EA Access
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PostRe: EA Access
by Monkey Man » Fri Mar 09, 2018 10:30 am

Burnout Paradise remastered Free Trial is now available.

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PostRe: EA Access
by captain red dog » Sat Mar 10, 2018 3:31 pm

So the Burnout Paradise Trial, is that 10 hours of total game time, or just 10 hours from when you first play?

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PostRe: EA Access
by Buffalo » Sat Mar 10, 2018 4:57 pm

Game time.
Be careful though - when you want to stop playing, make sure that you quit the game in its entirety (on xbone, hit the menu button on the pad and select ‘quit’) and that it’s not just suspended/idle/rest mode etc

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PostRe: EA Access
by KingK » Sat Mar 10, 2018 11:28 pm

Loving Burnout Paradise all over again. Put over 4hrs in so far today and could easily see me finishing my 10 hr trial very soon. Loved it on 360 & PS3 and now on the XB1.

Such a great game that puts a smile on my face

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PostRe: EA Access
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PostRe: EA Access
by more heat than light » Fri Apr 13, 2018 6:39 am

There must be some different sports out there that EA could have a go at. I mean, I enjoy these games but endless FIFA, Madden, NBA and NHL on a loop must get pretty boring for them.

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PostRe: EA Access
by Moggy » Fri Apr 13, 2018 7:45 am

more heat than light wrote:There must be some different sports out there that EA could have a go at. I mean, I enjoy these games but endless FIFA, Madden, NBA and NHL on a loop must get pretty boring for them.


Those 4 make them a strawberry float load of cash though!

Don't they make the golf games as well? I am not sure what other sports there are that would bring in the millions for EA. EA Sports: Snooker would be a bit too niche for them.


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