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Here are the latest posts about Electronic Arts on Gamers Game:

Electronic Arts Announces Need for Speed Payback: Electronics Arts has announced the Need for Speed Payback Video Game (June 3, 2017)

Electronic Arts Cuts Deal With Disney for Star Wars Games: Electronic Arts has picked up the lucractive Star Wars game license from Disney. The move follows Disney's closing of LucasArts earlier this month. (May 6, 2013)

EA's SimCity Recovering From Epic Launch Failure: Electronic Arts new SimCity game was one of the most anticipated PC games of the yaer. (March 10, 2013)

EA and Insomniac Announces Facebook Game Called Outernauts: Electronic Arts and Insomniac have announced Outernauts, an online game designed for Facebook. (May 9, 2012)

Robert Griffin III to Cover EA Sports NCAA Football 13: Electronic Arts has announced that Baylor University quarterback Robert Griffin III will be featured on the cover of EA Sports NCAA Football 13. (March 1, 2012)

EA Mobile's Spy Mouse is a Top Paid App on iTunes: EA Mobile's recently launched Spy Mouse game has become one of the bestselling paid apps on iTunes. (September 22, 2011)

EA and Starbreeze Studios to Revive Syndicate Franchise: Electronic Arts and Starbreeze Studios have announced plans to revive the Syndicate franchise. (September 18, 2011)

Favre as a Jets QB in Madden 09: Madden 09, the latest incarnation of EA's successful Madden NFL franchise is now in stores. (August 17, 2008)

Jay-Z, Reebok and EA's NBA Live 07: Jay-Z is suddenly a talented basketball player -- at least in the video game world. (October 9, 2006)

EA Shuts Down Old Sports Game Servers: Electronic Arts has announced they will shutting down game servers for the older versions of several online sports games. (August 10, 2006)

Top Ten Bestselling Games of 2005: The NPD Group has reported the bestselling titles of 2005. (February 3, 2006)

EA and Madden Team For Season 16 and More: The Street reports that Electronic Arts has resigned football commentator John Madden for multiple more years of NFL football video games. (July 13, 2005)

Some Electronic Arts Programmers Unhappy: Recent articles on Salon. (December 3, 2004)