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  1. #61
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    O que eu quero dizer é que tanto posso usar o Steam como o Origin. É-me completamente indiferente. Ou posso perfeitamente não usar nenhum deles, como já fiz muitas vezes.

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    Steam and Origin Fanboys

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    Steam/Origin é tudo farinha do mesmo saco, apenas muda a embalagem!!
    Neste caso o nome!!
    Última edição de karrilho : 25-06-2012 às 21:53
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    Historia ridicula dum conhecido meu que foi banido pela EA.

    Ía para jogar Battlefield 3 não se conseguia logar no Battlelog, experimentou o Bad Company 2 e ao logar dizia que tinha sido banido. Foi experimentar outros jogos que tinha na Origin a mesma coisa.

    Visto isto enviou um email para a EA para saber o que se passava, ao qual a resposta foi:

    Hello,

    Thanks for contacting Electronic Arts.

    I understand your concern regarding not able to access your account. Please do not worry, I will provide you all the information related to that.

    Please let me clarify that as I checked the account, I got that your account has been banned for using a cheat engine to modify their server calls and steal content packs from FIFA Ultimate Team, and/or for storing and reselling stolen content within their accounts by the concerned department. Therefore, you will not be able to access the account.

    I apologize for the disappointment but since the account has been banned by the Studios, lifting the ban from our end is beyond our control.

    We at Electronic Arts appreciate your efforts and involvement in our Games. If you have any further questions or concerns, please reply to this email or visit our extensive knowledge base online at http://help.ea.com.

    Regards,
    Saurabh
    Electronic Arts - World Wide Customer Experience


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    Não percebo, é ridículo porque ele não usou nenhum cheat engine e foi banido indevidamente?

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    Nop, ele é um "zero á esquerda" no que toca a informatica, nem jogos por utorrent e aplicar cracks sabe fazer, já para lhe ensinar a jogar 1 Vs 1 foi uma dor de cabeça.

    E não fazia a minima o que era o Fifa Ultimate Team, comprou o jogo dia 12 original e só tem 7h de jogo e foi banido depois disso.

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    Quote Post Original de LinkinParkBoy Ver Post
    Nop, ele é um "zero á esquerda" no que toca a informatica, nem jogos por utorrent e aplicar cracks sabe fazer, já para lhe ensinar a jogar 1 Vs 1 foi uma dor de cabeça.

    E não fazia a minima o que era o Fifa Ultimate Team, comprou o jogo dia 12 original e só tem 7h de jogo e foi banido depois disso.
    Pesquisem se não existe outro jogador com nick/nome parecido!!
    A Ea Games, podia ter feito confusão e deu bann a teu amigo em vez do outro!! Tantos casos assim!!
    Ai as queixinhas!! Faz, faz, faz faz lá!!

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    Joguem o mini-jogo e tenham 50% off em jogos selecionados.

    http://store.origin.com/store/eaemea...00/ccRef.en_US

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    Battlefield 1942 gratis para download na origin.

    To celebrate our 10th anniversary and two millionth Premium member, we are giving away Battlefield 1942 for free! Relive it if you’re an old-time fan. See where it all started if you’re new to the series. Download Battlefield 1942 now:
    http://origin.com/demos
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    Ainda me lembro de jogar o demo multiplayer disso com pings por vezes a rondar os 200ms. LOL Era alto vício aquele mapa de Wake Island, no porta aviões era tudo à espera do spawn dos aviões. XD

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    Origin hacks: EA’s security checks lock users out of their own account – source

    Origin has been hit by a string of hacks recently, according to threads of disgruntled games on EA’s forum claiming their their account has been hijacked and that they can’t regain access due to the publisher’s iron clad security policy – specifically their date of birth password reminder system. One user has told VG247 all about his ongoing attempts to get his stolen account back.

    Our source – a gamer who had his account hijacked by who he believes to be a hacker in Belarus – told us that his account had been stolen and his security question answers altered to prevent him from reclaiming it.

    He has since phoned EA repeatedly only to be stonewalled when asked for his date of birth – which the hacker has now changed. He told us that it felt like he was “Talking to machines,” and that despite providing receipts of every game purchased on his account, further identification, proof of address and game activation codes, he still cannot get his account back without providing the altered date of birth.

    It’s a common issue it seems, as one look at EA’s Origin forum will uncover reams of threads dedicated to the same issue. NeoGAF has many of the most prominent threads compiled here.

    One forum poster said of the issue, “I was shocked when advisor said that my date of birth is wrong. This just can’t be right, because my date of birth is my date of birth and me is me, how could my date of birth be different from what I know?

    “There must be error in your database, or it was hacked or i simply made a mistake entering date of birth during registration, but letting the hacker just feel free to use/resell my account with games for which I paid money when i still can provide you tons of information is spitting in my face.”

    Our source went on to echo the forum user’s sentiment on the matter, “A paying customer loses access to all eight of his games on Origin – bought for over a hundred pounds – and has no way of getting them back because of EA’s ludicrous ‘security’ policies, while some hacker in Belarus gets to play them without being questioned at all.”

    VG247 asked EA for a comment on the matter last week, and while they were happy to take our sources details and resolve his issue, they have yet been unable to provide us with a statement or reason for Origin’s hijacking problems.

    Eurogamer reported today that the same thing has been happened with Origin user’s email addresses, and that authentication could not be passed for similar reasons.

    The solution on the Origin forum as proposed by EA is always the same – to contact Origin support – although as one user replied to the suggestion by saying that they had tried this, but with no success.

    “I spoke to a live advisor this morning, but unfortunately he could not verify me because I couldn’t remember what date of birth I entered in my profile. My worry is that there is now no way for me to verify my account and I will no longer be able to access the games that I have purchased.”

    It’s a valid concern and although it’s clear that some users are getting their Origin accounts back after a lot of phone calls, forum posts and stress, the issue doesn’t seem to be resolved fast enough in some instances.

    The same forum user above posted their full account of the process they went through to get their account back:

    “I’ve managed to get my account back today – 6 days after it was hacked. The first thing I did was contact EA LiveChat on the day of the hacking and spoke to someone to try to retrieve my account. They located my account via one of my game keys which I provided.

    “However, they couldn’t verify me because I didn’t know what date of birth I used when I registered my account (it transpired that this was because my Origin account was either an old EA profile account which got converted to Origin or was created via Xbox Live, neither of which require a DOB when you first register).

    “They insisted that they couldn’t do anything without the DOB. Because there was no way I could ever produce the DOB I asked them to escalate the issue to someone else – the LiveChat person was happy to do so, but still insisted that whoever it was escalated to would also need my DOB. This made me worried that I could never get my account back but was worth a shot because I had no other choice.

    “About 4 days later I was contacted by someone from EA Customer Relations who arranged a phone call with me. When we spoke, they could see that the account had been hacked and verified my account by asking what my shipping address was and what games and game keys I had on the account. I had previous dates and order numbers ready from my purchases in case they need that info. After that they could get my account back.

    “I’m really glad to get the games I’d paid for back and once I’d gotten through to someone from Customer Relations I was impressed with how quickly and efficiently they could resolve the issue.”

    While the user above championed EA’s quick response, six days is a long time for someone to have access to your credit card details and game library. Again, the EA forums are a source of similar tales, suggesting that more must be done to safeguard Origin accounts.

    We will continue to ask EA for a comment and update the story when we can.

    Have you been affected? If you would like to get in touch with us to tell us your Origin issues then you can do so via our contact form.
    http://www.vg247.com/2012/11/14/orig...ccount-source/

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    Boas!

    Major vulnerability in EA's Origin platform lets hackers overtake PCs

    http://www.theverge.com/2013/3/19/41...take-gamer-pcs
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    Introducing The Origin Great Game Guarantee

    We know that feeling: the one where you sit down, wait for a new game to finish downloading and installing, start it for the first time, and want it to rock. The intro sucks you in, you press a button to shoot, jump, or talk for the first time, and then it's suddenly three a.m. We know that feeling, and the one afterwards of knowing that not only does a game rock, but that it was worth every dollar you spent on it.

    We hope every game you play on Origin will meet this high bar, and we're happy to say that starting today, we can guarantee that we'll make things right if you decide the game you just bought didn’t live up to your expectations.

    The new Origin Great Game Guarantee works like this: You may return EA full game downloads (PC or Mac) purchased on Origin for a full refund--within 24 hours after you first launch the game, within seven days from when you purchased it, or within the first seven days after the game's release date if you pre-ordered it (whichever of these conditions happens first).

    If something doesn't work out—you aren’t riveted by the storyline, or sucked in by the action, or even just if the game doesn't play well with your video card—we’ve got your back.

    Requesting a refund is quick and easy. Just visit your order history and click the “request a refund” link next to your recent purchase, answer a few quick questions, and we’ll take it from there.

    For more details, you can check out the full Origin Great Game Guarantee policy details posted on Origin.com. The Origin Great Game Guarantee is effective as of today in 20 countries. Like the improved Origin Store, we are rolling out the program worldwide over the next few weeks, and everyone will be covered by the Origin Great Game Guarantee by the end of September.
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    Será assim tao simples?
    Se assim for vou meter as mãos a bastantes jogos para experimentar
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    É de referir que nem todos os jogos terão a opção de devolução, principalmente os jogos de outras editoras, mas a EA disse que os jogos irão ter a opção de reembolso ou não bem visível.

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    Xbox One’s EA Access headed to PC as Origin Access

    EA has announced new service for PC gamers similar to EA Access on Xbox One.



    It’s called Origin Access and those who sign up will get 15 total games at launch.

    Here’s a list of games being added to the Vault at launch:

    Battlefield 3 SE
    Battlefield 4 Digital Deluxe Edition
    Battlefield Hardline Digital Deluxe Edition
    Dead Space
    Dead Space 2
    Dead Space 3
    Dragon Age 2 SE
    Dragon Age Inquisition Digital Deluxe Edition
    Dragon Age Origins Ultimate Edition
    FIFA 15 SE
    NFS: Rivals Complete Ed.
    Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare
    SimCity (2013) SE
    The Sims 3 Starter Pack
    This War of Mine (Third party)
    Users will also be handed a 10% discount on full games, DLC, and more.

    The new service will initially launch in the US, UK, Germany and Canada. At present, no further details have been provided for other territories.

    It will run you $4.99/£3.99 a month. Subscribers will be able to play EA games and trials ahead of launch, similar to the ten hour trial offered on EA Access through Xbox One.

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    Origin Access is completely free until June 20th, allowing you to play Crysis 3, Titanfall, Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst & more

    Electronic Arts is offering Origin Access completely free to all PC gamers until June 20th. During this period, PC gamers can play for free a number of games published by EA, such as FIFA 17, Titanfall, Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst, Star Wars: Battlefront, Battlefield 4, Crysis 3, Need for Speed, Dragon Age: Inquisition and more.

    As EA noted, your first 7 days are FREE if you sign up before June 19. After your trial ends you’ll be charged monthly or yearly, depending on the plan you choose. However, and in order to enjoy this trial for free, you can cancel anytime during your 7-day trial and you won’t be charged.

    We strongly suggest being cautious if you have ever used Origin Access before as you might get charged. As such, it’s worth creating a new account in order to avoid any possible issues.

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