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Electronic Arts has signed an "outbound marketing" deal with Creative Minx Marketing. The deal covers numerous EA properties, including The Sims, MySims, Dead Space, Mass Effect, Dragon Age, Dante's Inferno, and Army of Two. The relationship should result in oodles of merchandise for these franchises. In today's press release, Patrick...
Game publisher Electronic Arts is moving into the movies. The company has signed a deal with Hollywood playas at the United Talent Agency where UTA will help EA "develop a comprehensive strategy for moving its intellectual property into the realm of large-budget motion pictures and television series." UTA's press release mentions...
EA announced this morning that The Sims series has sold over 100 million copies. That's a crap-ton of Simoleons, eh? Our pet theory is that there a million different expansion packs and additions to the game, and each one sold 100 copies, but no matter how it got there, 100 million is a lot of videogames. "Over the years, we've seen an...
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