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It's been a rough couple of weeks for EA. The co-founders of Criterion Games left, the remaining co-founders of PopCap are leaving this week, and now the co-founders of Chillingo, Chris Byatte and Joe Wee, have announced their departure from Electronic Arts...
A well-structured corporation cannot funcion without meticulous planning.  AT COMIC: Corporate Strategies
Filed under: EA
We all have dreams don't we? Even Electronic Arts it seems - ya know the very same publisher that was voted 'Worst Company in America' in a Consumerist poll for two years in a row (2012 and '13). The company's bad rep still sticks with it, despite some of its efforts to please gamers...
Filed under: STAR WARS, EA
EA Canada is developing an open-world game set in the Star Wars universe, if several recent job postings are to be believed (source: Kotaku). Word is that there's an opening for an animation director at EA Canada, which points to a team that's working on "a major new next gen open world action game...
Filed under: R2D2, STAR WARS, EA
If you were counting on titles based on the new Star Wars movies, you can roll into a corner and cry now (deal with your issues man, and sort out your priorities in life!). Anyhow, EA CFO Blake Jorgensen revealed this at the UBS Global Technology Conference on Tuesday...
Filed under: EA
While industry giant Electronic Arts achieved net revenues of $695 million, the corporation also posted a loss of $273 million between July and September. Still, the net loss marks a 28% improvement. Andrew Wilson, EA's new CEO remains confident and positive about things...
Filed under: THQ, UFC, EA
THQ has filed suit against both EA and Zuffa over the UFC game license. THQ claims that EA used information obtained when the company was discussing sale of THQ in order to undermine THQ's position with Zuffa. When EA bought the rights to the UFC game license, Zuffa then paid THQ $10 million to cut its contract with the publisher early...
Filed under: EA, NCAA FOOTBALL
NBC has reported that the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals has found that EA did indeed improperly use the likenesses of numerous former NCAA athletes. EA has always depicted nameless characters in their NCAA Football games and past NCAA basketball games...
Filed under: FIFA, EA
Electronic Arts announced preliminary financial results for its first fiscal quarter ended June 30, 2013. "EA had a solid quarter driven by continued digital growth and disciplined cost management," said Executive Chairman Larry Probst. "We are also executing on a clear set of goals for leadership on mobile, PC, current and next generation consoles...
I think that the Bible says that one of the major signs of the apocalypse is so many video games portraying a post-apocalyptic zombie-infested environment. "And lo, after a massive wave of mainstream zombie-themed games, the skies fell and Brad Pitt puked. Then came the age of darkness and the few who survived were tossed into a free-to-play shiftest of eternal MMO-style grinding." Nothing will ever be the same again... Except EA and Microsoft.
Filed under: EA, ONLINE PASS
When Microsoft announced yesterday that they were rolling back their DRM policies, many wondered if EA was going to bring back Online Passes. They said they would not after Sony said they were leaving DRM up to the publisher, and they have reiterated that they are holding the line...
Filed under: MIRROR'S EDGE 2, EA
Well, how about it then. EA doing something good for once. They announced Mirror's Edge 2 during the E3 2013 and fans of the original were certainly happy about that (me in particular). Although we haven't received a lot of specifics about the gameplay, we were told that the announcement trailer featured in-engine footage, which looked impressive we must to admit...
Filed under: EA, ALWAYS ONLINE
After the self-destruction of Spore and SimCity, you'd think EA executives would think twice about the future of always-online DRM. Think again. Speaking to Kotaku during an interview, former EA CEO John Riccitiello shared his belief that always-online is the future...
Filed under: EA, XBOX 360, PS3, WII U
Electronic Arts' CFO, Blake Jorgensen, said during a keynote address in New York recently that the powerful publisher will continue to support current generation consoles with games for the next four years. So far, there are upcoming projects within the company that are being made for the Xbox 360 and PS3 (as well as next-gen systems)...
Filed under: EA, ONLINE PASS
I can practically hear the rejoicing and dancing in the streets. EA has announced that they will discontinue their Online Pass program from this point on, a decision they claim is partly based on user response. “Yes, we’re discontinuing Online Pass,” EA senior director of corporate communications John Reseburg told GamesBeat...
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Game of the Year 2014 - People's Choice

Bayonetta 2
Wolfenstein: The New Order
Dragon Age: Inquistion
Broken Age - Act 1
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare
South Park: The Stick of Truth
Legend of Grimrock II
Never Alone
Far Cry 4
Bravely Default
Dark Souls II
Sunset Overdrive
Divinity: Original Sin
Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel
Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft
Monument Valley
The Vanishing of Ethan Carter
Infamous Second Son
Assassin's Creed Rogue
Assassin's Creed Unity
Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor
World of WarCraft: Warlords of Draenor
Mario Kart 8
The Crew
Super Smash Bros.
The Wolf Among Us
Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments
The Walking Dead Season 2
Valiant Hearts
Watch Dogs
The Evil Within
Diablo III: Reaper of Souls
Alien Isolation
Madden 15
PES 2015
NBA 2K15
Goat Simulator
Child of Light
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