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Contact: Why EA? Part 2. Resolution

Contact: Why EA? Part 2. Resolution

by Mickey DeLorenzoFebruary 10, 2008


I have taken further action and emailed EA Australia regarding Medal of Honor: Heroes 2’s ‘lack of features’, such as WiFi online multiplayer.

I’m am writing from, a news site dedicated to Nintendo. I have recently posted the article, ‘Why EA?’

This email is asking for EA’s reasoning behind Medal of Honor Heroes 2 not supporting the Nintendo Wi-Fi online multiplayer in Australia. This game has been anticipated by many Australians, however upon discovering this, they were confused, angry and generally feeling let down as a nation. They can justify delayed games, but leaving entire features out of a game is going too far.


Edit: Now they seem to not accept emails, and you need to go through there process of drop-down boxes. D: I’ll see what I can do.

Edit 2: I’ve been able to email them. Now we play the waiting game.

Edit 3: They replied with a blank email and theres a refund offered. See latest post.

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  • skunkchop
    February 10, 2008 at 12:17 pm

    Good luck at saving Australia from a lack of online-play in Medal Of Honor: Heroes 2. I feel for you Aussies.

  • February 10, 2008 at 5:51 pm

    hey i couldnt get through to the people who can make ma a contributor they couldnt receive my email =[

  • Profile photo of SirVenom
    February 10, 2008 at 6:09 pm

    Potatoman, I will see what I can do. Send me your email address at
    SirVenom(a t)
    And then I will try to contact Mickey.

  • Profile photo of SirVenom
    February 10, 2008 at 9:56 pm

    Never mind, I found your email address and sent it to Mickey to contact you.

  • DangerPrune
    February 11, 2008 at 3:18 am

    Online was the only appealing aspect! If EA planned on making any money off of this game, they would have invested in replicating the same online expierience that the US has, and they would have brought it down under! The only customer that they will get now is the uninformed child who perchases the game under the false pretense that it has online, because they read on the internet that it did… And to think, i was actually going to get this one. Way to go EA.

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