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Ahead of a holiday season with high-profile releases, game maker and publisher Electronic Arts is signaling a healthier turn for the console games industry.
A presentation pitching Unity has been circulating around the games industry, sources say. The potential buyer gets popular software that powers games large and small.
EA says the newest crop of smartphones from Apple allow its teams to create console-quality games. Plus, it's looking into making games for wearables.
It's that time of year. And how can you not love the way EA Sports is announcing it?
The gaming company's new subscription service exits beta and rolls out to all eligible gamers with titles including FIFA 14, Madden NFL 25, Battlefield 4, and Peggle 2.
The social network will close the gift-card store, Amazon is paying Prime users for slower shipping, and EA launches a Netflix-like subscription service for games on Xbox One.
It's been more than a year since Microsoft began course-correcting its vision for the Xbox One. Now, with the EA Access subscription service, the company has a way to salvage it.
Electronic Arts, the game publisher behind Madden and FIFA, introduces EA Access, a $4.99-per-month gaming subscription service exclusively for Microsoft's Xbox One console.
Company's first-quarter profit blew past Wall Street's expectations, due in part to FIFA titles. But it's delaying two highly-anticipated games to ensure success.
Check out the highlights and big trends at this year's video game industry confab, from Halo to Amiibo to the Destiny demo.
Game maker promises more interaction with players while showing off its lineup for the holidays.
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