Entries in 'Electronic Arts' (419)
Realtime World's MMO APB will hit retailers across Europe on July 2nd, the studio has announced.
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It may not have had the most controlled unveiling - given that news of the game actually leaked out two days ago - but EA has today officially confirmed new ...
Electronic Arts has stormed the PC charts this week, taking the top two positions with its latest releases.
Electronic Arts has revealed that Command & Conquer 4 owners will require an internet connection to play the game.
Electronic Arts' Wii fitness title EA Sports Active earned the company $125m in its most recent financial year, leading the publisher to heap praise on Nintendo’s challenging format.
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Electronic Arts has announced that its Hasbro-branded titles have racked up global sales of more than eight million units within the last year.
Mass Effect 2 is this week's UK No.1
While the publisher is experiencing a difficult time with its boxed products - EA's digital operation continues to flourish.
Electronic Arts this evening announced it is down-grading projections for both full year revenues and trading during the Christmas season.
Comments made by EA's CEO in this evening's investors conference call suggests Star Wars: The Old Republic will be released in Spring 2011.
Electronic Arts has announced a trio of new partnerships with leading accessories firms to boost the EA Sports label.
ZeniMax Media has won the rights to publish Rage, the anticipated first-person shooter currently in development at id Software.
Electronic Arts' executive vice president of western world publishing, Gerhard Florin, has elected to leave the company at the end of the current financial year (March 31st, 2010), MCV can ...
Electronic Arts boss John Riccitiello has claimed negative press contributed to recent slumps in the publisher’s stock.
Downloadable content sales for Dragon Age: Origins have already surpassed the $1 million mark.
Electronic Arts has announced that the fourth instalment in its long-running RTS series will be released in Europe on March 19th, 2010.