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You'd think they'd have enough cash to buy FIFA 13.
Pollyanna Woodward launching UK WCG qualifier, EA bringing a car, win a Galaxy Note.
Play FIFA 12 and win a place at the finals in China.
FIFA 12 on offer for £19.99. Was £54.99.
We were partially right.
And Journey gets a demo.
Spain wins again.
And NHL 12 for the low price of £49.99.
It's a way of offering "loyal, passionate FIFA fans new content."
"Customers can be assured they can get the most popular games from us."
EA responds, promises compensation.
To better protect accounts from "phishers and scammers".
Paul Scholes scores goals.
Calls on gamers to help combat account hijackings.
Expects it to be $100 million by end of March.
Plus, Battlefield 3 and FIFA 12 both pass the 10m mark.
While FIFA 12 scores top spot again.
Scores fifth week at number one.
As two Zumba games occupy top 10 spots.
All together, and platform by platform.
EA footy outing kicks new year chart.
Gently down the stream.
Beats sea of threequels.
Can you guess what it is yet?
Play FIFA 12, Crysis 2, The Witcher 2 and Magicka in your web browser.
Ends EA/Activision's 8-year dominance.
Mario Kart 7 skids into 8th.
Apologises, is "taking several steps" to resolve issues.
Gamers suffering from "malicious" phishing scams.
You can blame yesterday's patch.
Microsoft insists user security is "ingrained in its DNA".
Should make a "really positive difference".
While 3DS sales continue to soar.
Ladbrokes reckons it's a shoo-in.
Goalkeeper exploit removed.
Christmas sales to "test" Nintendo.
PES lands fifth, Spider-man 39th.
UPDATE: MS rules out wider security breach.
But newcomers debut strongly.
Will make "big corrections".
PS3 game tour opens tomorrow.
Biggest EA Sports launch ever.
Sold more than GTA IV.
Ico Collection enters in seventh.
Photos by friend-of-EG Michael Bowles.
Mortal Kombat: Arcade Kollection MIA.
Game, Gamestation prepare to open doors.
FIFA 12! Resi: CV! Ico Collection!
PS3 demo tomorrow.
Players earn XP for their chosen club.
Featuring the elastico-chop.
Xperia Play "won't be outperformed quickly".
Form and morale systems expanded.
"We're not pushing anyone."
Explains how both games link together.
A shortlist of 10. Winner announced Monday.
Weeks ahead of game's launch.
Previously a paid-for DLC add-on.
Gameplay! Injuries! Headlines!
Other Android devices wait until Feb 2012.
Why we should stop moaning and spend more on our games.
To steer him towards the brunette.
Brazilian waxes lyrical.
Dribble all over yourself.
Update: Why it's not on PS3 in Europe.
Consumers "drive" time and place.
"Potentially some cool stuff we can do."
Get the blues.
On top of the game.
Pay up now, get Ultimate Team packs.
Tyler! Tyldesley! Smith! Townsend!
Authentic player responses on the pitch.
"Moment PC gamers have been waiting for."
Out this September.
EA Sports shows first FIFA 12 PC screen.
Player impact engine explained.
Arkham City! Mass Effect 3! Witcher 2!
Not ruling out Kinect-only version.
Latest pictures from this year's footy title.
FIFA! Tiger! Madden! Something else!
Plus, cheaper Ultimate Edition announced.
EA Sports kicks off new footage.
Making an impact.
Didn't see the incident?
"Revolutionary not evolutionary."
Booking a look at this.
New Imogen the gallery.
Take a look at the console version.
Fantastically wild tackles! True injuries!
No StreetPass or SpotPass features, either.
Has Street Football mode, touch controls.
Plus FIFA 12 and loads more still to be unveiled.