Entries in 'Electronic Arts' (419)
Electronic Arts will soon announce a “very exciting” FPS title that will hit shelves later in the year.
Reports that Bulletstorm would feature always-on DRM have been proven false.
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A quiet January ends with a bang, with plenty of big releases to keep both retailers and consumers happy.
Electronic Arts is sponsoring The Inbetweeners for their Comic Relief road trip.
Electronic Arts has started its own DLC sale on the Xbox Live Marketplace.
Electronic Arts has been named the leading games publisher for the second year in a row.
Electronic Arts and MCV are giving five readers the chance to win a ticket to Dead Space Exposed, a special preview event for Dead Space 2.
FIFA 11 still reigns at the top of the All Formats Top 40, having dethroned Call of Duty: Black Ops last week.
EA boss John Riccitiello reckons Nintendo needs to take a leaf out of Apple’s book when it comes to third-party support.
John Riccitiello has come up with a solution to Nintendo’s falling profits: cut the price of the Wii to just $99.
Electronic Arts has released an app based around the Need For Speed Autolog.
BioWare’s Mass Effect series will make its PS3 debut on January 21st.
Electronic Arts has revealed its Ultimate Team DLC packs for FIFA have generated $45 million in the last two years.
Star Wars: The Old Republic has the potential to keep running for at least ten years.
John Riccitiello has a plan to outsell Call of Duty: “Make a better game. And make a better game again.”
The boss of Electronic Arts has popped inflated rumours that the firm wants to buy for-sale developer Harmonix.
Notable developer Dave Perry has announced that Gaikai entered open beta on Sunday.
Electronic Arts, the longstanding publishing giant that is slowly turning to social networks as a serious source of income, has signed a five-year deal with Facebook.
Electronic Arts has reportedly laid hands on the PSP2.
Electronic Arts has announced that Medal of Honor has sold more than 1.5 million units worldwide.
NBA Jam is likely to be coming to Xbox 360 and PS3 via disc rather than download.
Tim Langdell and his Edge Games studio has lost the case against EA over the use of the term “Edge”.