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EA has released a list of 50 games that will soon be losing online support.




This following list is of games that will be losing online support in late June due to the recent announcement of GameSpy's closing:


Battlefield 1942 for PC and Mac (including The Road to Rome and Secret Weapons of WW2 expansions)

Battlefield 2 for PC (including Special Forces expansion)
Battlefield 2: Modern Combat for PlayStation 2
Battlefield 2142 for PC and Mac (including Northern Strike expansion)
Battlefield Vietnam for PC
Bejeweled ® 2 for the Wii
Bulletstorm for PlayStation 3
Command & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars for PC and Mac (including Kane’s Wrath expansion)
Command & Conquer: Generals for PC and Mac (including Zero Hour expansion)
Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 for PC and Mac
Crysis 2 for PC
Crysis for PC
Crysis Wars for PC
Dracula – Undead Awakening for the Wii
Dragon Sakura for Nintendo DS
EA Sports 06 for PC
F1 2002 for PC
FIFA Soccer 08 (KOR) for the Wii
FIFA Soccer 08 for Nintendo DS
FIFA Soccer 09 for Nintendo DS
FIFA Soccer 10 for Nintendo DS
FIFA Street 3 for Nintendo DS
Full Spectrum Warrior: Ten Hammers for PlayStation 2
Global Operations for PC
Green Day: Rock Band for the Wii
James Bond: Nightfire for PC
Madden NFL 08 for Nintendo DS
Madden NFL 09 for Nintendo DS
Master of Orion III for PC
Medal of Honor: Allied Assault for PC and Mac (including Breakthrough and Spearhead expansions)
MySims Party for Wii
MySims Racing for Nintendo DS
MySims SkyHeroes for the Wii and DS
NASCAR Sim Racing for PC
NASCAR Thunder 2003 for PC
NASCAR Thunder 2004 for PC
Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit 2 for PC
Need for Speed: ProStreet for Nintendo DS
Need for Speed: Undercover for Nintendo DS
Neverwinter Nights 2 for PC and Mac
Neverwinter Nights for PC, Mac and Linux (including Hordes of the Underdark and Shadows of Undrentide expansions)
SimCity Creator for Wii
Skate It for Nintendo DS
Sneezies for the Wii
Spore Creatures for Nintendo DS
Spore Hero Arena for Nintendo DS
Star Wars: Battlefront for PC and PlayStation 2
Star Wars: Battlefront II for PC and PlayStation 2
The Beatles: Rock Band for the Wii
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 08 for Nintendo DS

As you can see, a very large number of games on many platforms will be losing online support, this is very disheartening news to many gamers.
EA has released an official statement along with the announcement of this list saying:
"Since GameSpy’s announcement, our teams have been working to evaluate options to keep services up and running. Unfortunately, due to technical challenges and concerns about the player experience, we do not have a solution at this time. Online services for EA games on the GameSpy platform will be closed down at the end of June."
You can see from this statement that EA is indeed working hard to keep at least some of these games online. Though some of these games were already set to lose their online support due to Nintendo discontinuing their Wi-Fi connection services
What do you think of this News? Will this change in service affect you? Leave us your thoughts in the comment section below.
Special thanks to @Zelda for showing me this news!

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Battlefield 2: Modern Combat for PlayStation 2
Battlefield 2142 for PC and Mac (including Northern Strike expansion)




Why!? I love these games, WHY EA WHY WOULD YOU DO THIS TO US!?

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They already took Burnout Paradise's online servers down without any notice whatsoever... was so disappointed to find that out when I re-purchased the game last weekend after taking a two year break from it. That used to be my favorite game... I played it every day for something like 2 years before I got into Halo 3.


Also, I had a mini heart attack when I saw Green Day Rockband on that list. Luckily, it looks like they're only taking the Wii's servers down! Thank jeebus :D

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Star Wars Battlefront II?!


*Darth Vader voice* NOOOOOOOOO



No... :(


Star Wars Battlefront I and II, PLUS the ultimate computer benchmark tests, Crisis 1 and 2.


This is a sad day....




Don't worry, guys! I've heard Battlefront II is going to stay online!! Here's an article from Gamespot on it: 


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