Poll: Will EA Origin ever be as successful as Steam?

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#51 Posted by NeonNinja (17318 posts) -

If it stays the way it is, no, it won't replace Steam.

But Origin has faster download speeds and lets downloads continue on their own while you play a game rather than pausing and needing a workaround like in Steam.

It's not the best, but there's no reason for it to "burn."

#52 Posted by Travis_Odell (1701 posts) -

EA is getting better but i just can't justify there crooked ways.

#53 Posted by WiiRocks66 (3488 posts) -

I don't think so, but I also don't think it'll be going away any time soon.guynamedbilly

This. EA won't let it die easily, that's for sure.

#54 Posted by Travis_Odell (1701 posts) -

[QUOTE="guynamedbilly"]I don't think so, but I also don't think it'll be going away any time soon.WiiRocks66

This. EA won't let it die easily, that's for sure.

No they won't.
#55 Posted by topgunmv (10209 posts) -

I have probably a dozen games on origin.

I also bought them all during amazon sales.

So it depends on how you measure success.

#56 Posted by Travis_Odell (1701 posts) -
[QUOTE="WiiRocks66"]

[QUOTE="guynamedbilly"]I don't think so, but I also don't think it'll be going away any time soon.Travis_Odell

This. EA won't let it die easily, that's for sure.

No they won't.

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#57 Posted by Travis_Odell (1701 posts) -
here we go.
#58 Posted by ChubbyGuy40 (26127 posts) -

I actually like Origin. It's a good service. The only problem is that it has NO GAMES. They really need to bolster their selection if they ever want it to become more than DRM for their PC titles.

#59 Posted by SAGE_OF_FIRE (15587 posts) -
No. What EA is doing is trying to compete directly with everything Steam is doing, what they should be doing is trying to provide a good alternative.