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EA's subscription-gaming service launches promising early access to 'Madden 15'

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EA's all-you-can-eat games service has launched, and there's a bonus if you're a fan of American Football. The developer has announced that it's only those who pay for EA Access that'll be able to play Madden NFL 15 before its launch on August 26th. Normally, of course, the company would have released a cross-platform demo to stir up demand -- but EA told Polygon that the demo was axed to keep developers focused on the main game. In addition to five days worth of early access to the title, EA Access users will be able to play FIFA 14, Battlefield 4 and Peggle 2 to their hearts content, as well as saving 10 percent on purchases of the company's games. Is that enough for you to part with your cash, or do you, like Sony, feel that the service isn't worth it?

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