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EA CEO John Riccitiello has said that the games industry must work harder to challenge the belief that video games and gun violence share a link.
EA has reported a decline in revenues for FY13 Q3 with a surge in digital sales unable to offset a decline in physical games sales.
The Medal of Honor series has been taken “out of rotation” by EA after sales of the most recent release Warfighter were “well below expectations”.
The PC version of Dead Space 3 will offer little in the form of graphical plusses over the console releases.
The EA acquisition process has been described as “well meaning but vigorous” by the former boss of EA-owned studio BioWare.
There are stirrings about the newly implemented R18+ rating this week, with the first titles to merit the new age rating being classified.
South Park Studios is attempting to stop the sale of the publishing rights for its new game, The Stick of Truth.
EA’s FIFA series has been name-dropped by Prince Harry in a range of interviews made public following his return from serving in Afghanistan.
The developer of Alice: Madness Returns has criticised the game’s publisher EA for its handling of the title.
“It’s easy to blame men for not creating an attractive work environment – but I think that’s a cop-out. If we want more women to work in games, we have ...
Two key titles have been given UK release dates for Nintendo’s Wii U.
As the blockbuster-packed Q1 takes shape, EA is ensuring that Dead Space 3 and Crysis 3 stand out with ‘triple-A’ marketing campaigns and pre-order incentives.
EA’s FIFA 13 has claimed its sixth No.1 in the UKIE GfK Chart-Track All Formats Top 40 this week.
So far this year, the first ever R18+ game has been classified, long-form games criticism takes strides and we interview IGN's Ian Chambers.
EA Origin's UK chief Roger Walkden has joined Microsoft Studios.
Maxis is returning to the franchise that made it famous with the upcoming SimCity, the first full game in the series for ten years. The label’s general manager Lucy Bradshaw ...
This week's MCV is now available to view online – and it boasts our huge review of the year where we discuss the seven games that defined 2012.
Having dropped off the top of the listings back in October, EA’s FIFA 13 is back at the top of the Gfk Chart-Track All Formats Top 40.
Crytek will not be bringing Crysis 3 to Wii U.
Crysis 3 is unlikely to be the last in the series… but it could turn out to be the series’ last first person shooter.
UK retailer GAME is to host a number of “EA lock-ins” across the country.
Call of Duty: Black Ops II was 2012's biggest selling game of the year at UK retail.
BioWare is to continue its fine work in the area of same sex relationships by bringing them to MMO title Star wars: The Old Republic.
EA has announced a list of titles whose online support will be terminated on January 11th.
NASDAQ has as part of its annual NASDAQ-100 Index re-ranking dropped EA from its list.