Posts tagged Electronic Arts
After being re-hired by Electronic Arts back in 2007, John Riccitiello has formally step down from his position as Chief Executive Officer. His resignation will be effective on March 30th after failing to increase EA’s revenue and share price. Taking over his position will be Larry Probst, the More >
You have to admit, directors are getting better and better with the use of live action filming for video game trailers, and the launch trailer for Dead Space 3 shows why, portraying a determined Issac preparing to charge into the icy unknown. Although the game itself still has a few days until More >
One game in 2013 that I am really looking forward to in 2013 is Dead Space 3, a game that combines horror, suspense, and action. It’s the perfect game to play in those dark nights when you want to feel trapped in space.
Right before Christmas a special event was held. If you followed the Dead Space More >
So Electronic Arts sucks at basic business ethics. That much we can more or less agree on. As far as basic human rights go, however, they at least seem to practice some semblance of common sense, and their support for LGBT groups is showing more and more lately.
It’s been recently revealed that EA More >
The SSX series has been trying to find itself over the past couple iterations. After Blur brought about mixed feelings regarding the use of motion control, EA decided to go another direction with their new title, taggin on the Deadly Descents tagline to create a more serious tone. After some More >
Electronic Arts just can’t seem to catch a break these days. Not even one week into the new year and they’re already trying to deal with legal troubles.
The company just recently filed an action against company Textron, parent company of Bell Helicopter, who makes various military grade More >
Activision has officially filed for a lawsuit against competitor Electronic Arts for $400 million. The lawsuit, Activision claims, states that EA was essentially stealing employees, and that those employees were violating their contracts and conducting insubordination.
The two employees, former More >