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This week's million-selling UK superhit continues to impress on the global stage.
INTERVIEW: Patrick Soderlund is not your usual EA exec.
There’s claiming the UK No.1. Then there’s claiming the UK No.1.
Newcastle and West Ham fans are in for a treat.
All three Mass Effect games will be bundled into one retail pack this Christmas.
The anticipation could hardly be any bigger ahead of the release of FIFA 13 this Friday.
PopCap Dublin has been closed by parent company EA.
There was a time when FIFA wasn’t the unstoppable juggernaut that it is today.
Gay-focused gaming and tech convention Gaymercon has received the official backing from publisher EA.
England, Arsenal and FIFA 13 cover star Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain will join IGN tomorrow to discuss FIFA 13 during a special live stream dedicated to the video game.
EA has announced a third game in its 8m plus selling RPG series Dragon Age.
Over a month after EA filed its copyright lawsuit against Zynga, the social gaming giant has responded with a suit of its own.
Capcom business goes to AIE, R18+ guidelines are revealed, Arbie Artinian joins EA and the New Zealand industry continues to grow.
Just when you thought Q1 next year was busy enough, EA has announced yet another promising new title for March 2013.
The perception that EA does little more than pump out mass-market sequels is unjust, owned studio DICE has argued.
Summer 2012. Some will remember it for the rain. Others for remarkable sporting calendar. Us? We’ll remember it as The Summer of Frank.
Talks about the proposed buyout of Valve at the hands of EA HAVE taken place, a new report claims.
So Frank Gibeau does like single-player games after all.
EA Labels president Frank Gibeau has promised that EA will not abandon console publishing in the hunt for social and casual success.
INTERVIEW: MCV talks to EA COO Peter Moore about a market in transition, the future of discs and his costly Bejeweled habit...
This week, it's announced that Mass Effect 3 Wii U is being developed in Melbourne, and MCV looks at Australia's fastest growing agency.
The recent job cuts at PopCap were due to roles that were “duplicative” of those that already existed at parent company EA.
The latest edition of MCV is now available digitally, and features our interview with the COO of Eleectronic Arts, Peter Moore.
One good thing about post-release DLC is that it gives you a great excuse to revisit some classic titles.
The co-founder of PopCap has insisted that the job losses at his studio would have been considerably worse if it did not have the backing of EA.