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Posted on Wednesday, January 25 @ 08:40:18 PST by

Let's pretend you hate Team Fortress 2 and all things Valve. Let's also pretend you love PC games. Now let's pretend you're happy with EA's Origin service. Now that we're all in fairy-tale land, it's time to inform you that even more games will be added to the Electronic Arts Origin store front.

These games come from the likes of Trion Worlds, CD Projekt RED, Freebird Games, Recoil Games, Autumn Games, 1C Company, Inxile Entertainment, Paradox Interactive, Core Learning, and N3V Games. Who are they? They remain some of the more PC-friendly developers and publishers on the market, and now they're on Origin.

This doesn't necessarily mean that those games won't be available anywhere else, quite the contrary, it just means that now if you LOVE Origin, you can play those games through that platform as well.

*Squints* not too many of you out there huh?

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