Today EA announced the next expansion in its successful series The Sims 3: The Medieval. The Sims sales have been nothing short of record breaking, and this expansion undoubtedly will experience the same success.
With E3 2010 less than five weeks away video game developers, publishers, and distributors are now in the final stages of setting their lineups for the three day event, hoping to make the biggest impact possible on the expected record crowd. Electronic Arts, featuring a roster of recently called-up prospects, grizzled veteran players, and a […]
It would be an understatement to say that Will Wright is important to the gaming industry. While some games have fallen short of expectations, there’s no doubt that he’s one of the key figures pushing the industry forward in new and innovative ways. With that being said, is was no surprise when The Sims 3 […]
In move that’s only surprising in that it hasn’t happened earlier, Electronic Arts announced today that The Sims 3 will be making the move to the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii, and DS this fall. Released in 2009 for the PC, The Sims 3 went on to become the most popular game of the year, […]
In a financial report released today by EA, details emerged about release windows for several upcoming games, as well as some interesting facts and finds. EA reported that 19 of their games in 2009 had a Metacritic average of over 80, which is very respectable. Another impressive note was that FIFA 10 sold over 9.7 […]
The slowdown in video game sales has hit EA particularly hard. After laying off 1500 employees in November, the company slashed its 2010 financial forecast last week. Mitch Lasky, a former EA exec, responded to the news by saying, “EA is in the wrong business, with the wrong cost structure and the wrong team.” Lasky […]