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Wednesday, 07 May 2008 10:37

Electronic Arts reinventing sports games

Written by Nedim Hadzic

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With a little help from Wii

 

This Tuesday, Electronic Arts, Inc. revealed its initiative to reinvent their sport games by making them easier to play and to customize them for Wii. We all know that although Wii might not be the most technically advanced console, it surely is the most fun to play console, and EA seem to be counting on that.

Wii will see games such as "Madden," "NBA Live" and "FIFA" coming out, as well as some more arcade type games such as "Facebreaker," a funny boxing game, scheduled for September.

Wii turned out to be a winner with its simple controls and extremely fun games, and EA is not going to miss that train to grab a piece for themselves.

More here.

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