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Madden NFL 25 has become the latest EA game to skip a release on Wii U.
Those sleuths over at US site Kotaku believes it has all the information about a major new Xbox exclusive.
FIFA 14 was announced last week and despite several new enhancements and game play mechanics, it does share one key trait with its predecessor: it’s following a remarkably tough act.
They may be the highest rated sports games in history, but EA is never truly happy with its FIFA titles.
Publisher EA has confirmed an “an organisational restructure” that is feared to have led to hundreds of job losses.
But isn’t free-to-play supposed to mean the death of retail?
EA is reportedly set to close EA Partners, the firm’s program for providing contract-based publishing services for third-party developers.
The 2.0 patch released for SimCity has, according to some users, caused new problems with the game.
EA is taking SimCity offline – deliberately this time.
Electronic Arts won one of the top prizes at last night's MCV Awards after ending 2012 as the No.1 publisher.
Attendees of last night’s MCV Awards 2013 were treated to a big-screen look at EA’s impressive 60-second Battlefield 4 ad.
EA will air its latest trailer for Battlefield 4 at tonight’s MCV Awards.
EA has at last revealed details about one of the biggest releases of 2013 – FIFA 14.
Respawn Entertainment has filed a trademark for something called ‘Titan’ just two months out from E3.
Three of EA’s Facebook titles are facing the chop.
EA has cut a number of staff at its customer service branch in Galway.
Significant layoffs have hit EA, specifically affecting hundreds of employees at EA Mobile Montreal.
The Mac version of EA’s SimCity will be released on June 11st, the publisher has confirmed.
BioWare co-founder Greg Zeschuk has spoken up for his studio’s owner and publisher EA.
“One might think this would be a time for EA to make nice with the customers who feel like they are being mistreated.”
Readers of The Consumerist are expected to today name EA as the ‘Worst Company in America’ for the second year running.
The angry whining of teens on the internet should not be mistaken for actual, real-world opinion.
Players of troubled simulation title SimCity now have access to a free piece of Nissan-sponsored DLC.
EA All Play senior VP and general manager Nick Earl believes that most consumers have totally embraced freemium business models, saying detractors are just a loud minority.
The always-on internet requirement of Maxis’ SimCity was never designed as a DRM measure, EA Labels president Frank Gibeau has claimed.