Entries in 'Electronic Arts' (419)
The GameTech 2011 event attracted over 100 executives and professionals from within the Australian games industry when it was held at Luna Park in Sydney in late June.
EA and BioWare is giving Commander Shepard's female iteration a stint in the limelight when Mass Effect 3 is released.
EA boss John Riccitiello wants Call of Duty to “rot from the core”.
John Riccitiello believes Activision is "leading with its chin" when it comes to launching Elite.
John Riccitiello is confident his company has “got Kotick’s goat” with Battlefield 3.
Need For Speed: The Run will take its title all too literally with the new free-running sections.
EA has announced that FIFA 12 will mark the launch of a brand new social networking-style service: EA Sports Football Club.
MCV has learnt that EA will release a Facebook game based on The Simpsons franchise this September.
John Riccitiello has opened up on the pressures, pain, failure, embarrassments, loss and hope of his four years so far as Electronic Arts CEO.
UPDATE: EA has since denied it has access to this prototype, despite originally chosing not to comment on the report. Updated story immediately below followed by original.
EA will be bringing Battlefield 3 and FIFA 12 to this year’s Eurogamer Expo.
EA has lifted the lid on the next iteration of its popular Need For Speed series.
Battlefield 3 is getting an early push from EA with an FA Cup debut this weekend.
A slice of action from Battlefield 3 was debuted to the MCV Awards crowd last night - and you can relive the clip below.
EA CEO John Riccitiello says that the November marketing battle between Call of Duty and Battlefield will cost hundreds of millions as dollars.
EA could be liable for "potentially billions of dollars" after the co-creator of the very first Madden video game announced he is taking the publisher to court.
Dragon Age fans have accused Electronic Arts and BioWare of hiding controversial DRM measures in their latest release.
Apple’s iPad 2 has arrived on US shelves today, and gaming is already making its presence known on the platform.
BioWare has assured consumers that Dragon Age II will be a more “streamlined experience” than its predecessor.
Travis Boatman, EA Mobile VP of Worldwide Studios, claims there is huge market potential for core-focused mobile games.