Game Informer is reporting that Electronic Arts will soon be closing down its "EA Partners" label, a program that saw the publishing giant release games from external studios like Valve and Crytek.
Some patent and resume digging by French site HardGamers has uncovered the very real possibility that Electronic Arts is bringing back from the dead one of its most treasured old properties: Populous.
Some believe the future of video games lies in the web-based streaming of triple A titles. Others feel that game consoles and PCs will one day be replaced with mobile devices. Game industry luminary Jamil Moledina sees a future dominated by social action games that people can play regardless of platform.
Shinji Mikami and Goichi "Suda 51," the creators behind demon-slaying action adventure Shadows of the Damned, will bring their next adventure to consoles on June 7, EA revealed today.
Independent developer Funcom has joined up with EA's EA Partners division in order to co-publish the upcoming present-day paranormal PC MMO The Secret World.
American McGee's Alice: Madness Returns wasn't playable at EA's pre-TGS event, but the publisher tried to make up for it with a blood-stained cosplaying Alice who might cut you if you tried to grab the controller.
Electronic Arts provided distribution support for APB, whose bankrupt studio is being sold off; today a senior EA executive said the game's poor reviews were somewhat predicted internally and suggested to Realtime Worlds.
Baseball star turned game developer Curt Schilling and his team at 38 Studios are hard at work on Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning, perhaps the strongest looking role-playing we've ever seen from a professional athlete.
Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning creative contributor and Spawn creator Todd McFarlane poses with a Troll before the 38 Studios game panel at Comic-Con 2010. Todd says "You can bludgeon your younger brother with it." Neat!
The next big gaming franchise from the creators of a decade and a half's worth of some of the Playstation's most beloved titles is coming to the Xbox 360.
Painkiller developer People Can Fly are loading Bulletstorm for a 2011 release, promising "outrageously large guns" and "hordes of mutants and flesh eating gangs in an abandoned paradise," all of which one can clearly see in brand new screen shots.
Large, light package arrived at our New York office via Electronic Arts today. It contained a limited-edition (destined for charity) Crysis 2 art printed on aluminum. You could slice someone with this thing.
Electronic Arts today announced a deal with the developers of Shank and Deathspank to bring the downloadable games to multiple platforms.
Akira Yamaoka, famous for his musical and directorial contributions to Silent Hill, recently ended his longtime employment at Konami. That publisher's loss is quirky developer Grasshopper Manufacture's gain, as Yamaoka has signed on with Goichi Suda's studio, according to Famitsu.
It's hard not to get excited about the return of American McGee's Alice.
Deadly jumping jacks, a vivisected dormouse, and a suicidal Alice were the products of famed designer American McGee's first trip through the looking glass. There's no telling where his second will take us.
Electronic Arts is teaming up with Spicy Horse and American McGee to create a sequel to Electronic Art's PC classic from 2000.
Red Eagle Games have signed a worldwide distribution deal with EA Partners to distribute games based on Robert Jordan's epic Wheel of Time series of fantasy novels.