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SEGA Joins Origin

Posted on Wednesday, March 14 @ 13:59:04 Eastern by Keri_Honea

EA announced today
that SEGA will start offering its PC games through EA's Origin. The first game to join Origin is Total War Shogun 2: Fall of the Samurai, which is now avaialbe for preorder.

"By partnering with publishers like SEGA, we're able to bring even more of the industry's best games to players on Origin," said Craig Rechenmacher, Vice President of Business Development and Marketing for Origin. "With 11 million registered users around the world, Origin is fast becoming the destination for consumers looking for fresh new content to play with their friends."

SEGA's partnership brings the game developers and game publishers total to 35 with Origin. Whether you love or hate Origin, it appears to be sticking around for a considerable while. I'm not a PC gamer, so I have really no comment or insight into using Origin outside of using it in a roundabout way to activate my passes through BioWare.

But for the PC gamers out there, does this anger you, make you go "meh," or make you happy to see Origin continue to grow in this manner?
Related Games:   Shogun 2: Total War
Tags:   Origin, EA, sega
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