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Old 08-18-2014, 02:35 PM   #177
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Re: EA Access Gives You Just Six Hours Of Madden NFL 15 Gameplay

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If you expected 5 full days then you were not paying attention. When they used words and phrases like "trial" and "limited time".
As a company you should give your customers this kind of information BEFORE you have them purchase and release it for retail. They kept it hidden for a reason, they beat around the bush for a reason, they were being sneaky on purpose, instead of just coming out and saying it.
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Old 08-18-2014, 02:36 PM   #178
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Season Ticket is available right now on ps3 and 360.
Obviously I am referring to nex gen consoles. You are more than welcome to stick to previous gen. Previous gen has a much larger install base and was going to sell more copies regardless.

The fact remains. If you paid the full year for $30 just for Madden 15, you were doing it wrong.
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Old 08-18-2014, 02:36 PM   #179
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So like many said, they took away free demo and replaced it with a paid one.
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Old 08-18-2014, 02:36 PM   #180
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Re: EA Access Gives You Just Six Hours Of Madden NFL 15 Gameplay

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if you think ticket was a good deal, wow. For $25 a year you get 3 days early access to only sports games. Full access. So that is 12 days of gaming for $25 a year.

For $30 you get four full games now and more later including limited full games of the same games.

There is no way ticket is a better deal than Access wehether you get full access for sports games for three days.

For you, it may be better value as you stated, but overall, EA access is a better value period regardless of limit or not whether you think the four games or obsolete or not.
Exactly my point,its not like EA lied to us,People just assumed it will be 5 full days early.If you go on the app on the xbox it clearly says Try ea games 5 days before release for a LIMITED TIME..
Wonder how much of this hate is coming from PS owners who dont have a demo or EA access.?
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PS4 people are cracking me up. $30 for 4 games is awful, Ill just go buy BF4 for $45 used. hahaha
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I don't know how they can expect EA access to catch on if they take away benefits in its second year since being introduced. I thought it was a waste of money before. Four demos that use to be free, 24 dollars off digital games that you can't sell back if you get tired of, and a discount off a mode that is created to get you to pour money into monthly, for the cost of 60 dollars.

EA has done well with NHL but if it weren't for exclusive licenses I dont think I'd ever be buying sports games from them anymore otherwise. Though I wouldn't mind them adding competition back in MLB games.
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Re: EA Access Gives You Just Six Hours Of Madden NFL 15 Gameplay

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They kept it hidden for a reason, they beat around the bush for a reason, they were being sneaky on purpose, instead of just coming out and saying it.
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Old 08-18-2014, 02:37 PM   #184
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I'm disappointed for sure but, only because I expected EA Access to be at least be like Season Ticket as far as the time you got with sports games. I'm an xbox only guy but, I'm not going to always paint a positive picture like some are just to win the xbox v sony fanboy fight.

I still think access is a good value overall for me but, It ticks me off that EA waited so long to tell us what they knew we wanted to here about the time limit. They did this on purpose to get more sales. It's going to backfire because I won't be renewing for a while just to prove a point.

If they would have been truthful from the beginning they would have got my 30 dollars in a few days when my one month is up. Instead 5 is all they're getting from me for a while as far as EA Access goes.


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This is what kills me. Just tell ppl up front what the parameters and let me make my purchasing decision based on the facts. Don't wait for ppl to buy this service and then release this information. $30 aint breaking the bank it's just the principle. 6 hours is enough to get a taste but it's a far cry from what was expected based on Season Ticket.
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