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EA Sports Active Latest News - Wii

EA Sports Active
Game Description: Turn your living room into a virtual gym with EA's Wii exclusive exercise simulator and fitness tracker. Participate in numerous workouts, all designed to get you feeling healthier and fitter 20 minutes at a time. Enjoy a well-rounded gym regiment, including cardio drills, upper and lower body exercises and more, all from the comfort of your home.
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EA Sports Active News

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  • Electronic Arts: "Very Few Multi-Platform Titles Are Succeeding On Wii"

    Even though Electronic Arts says they're happy with their most recent financial performance, EA CEO John Riccitiello blamed struggles to succeed on the Wii as a continuing issue for the company. Riccitiello pointed to the disappointing sales of Madden NFL 2010, a game he called "very, very strong," as something EA needed to work on...

    Posted November 9, 2009

    Electronic Arts: "Very Few Multi-Platform Titles Are Succeeding On Wii"
  • EA GamesCom 2009 Press Conference Report

    Watch Larger Version of this Video UPDATE: The video of the press conference has been added for your viewing pleasure. This blogged event has already happened. It was a good blog, but it’s no longer the blog we once knew and loved. It is not a live blog. It is now a Zombie Blog. Reanimated, and possessing unrelenting intent on...

    Posted August 19, 2009

    EA GamesCom 2009 Press Conference Report
  • EA Sports Active Launching Expansion: More Workouts!

    EA Sports Active is a top-selling Wii game that aims to get video gamers healthy through exercise. Good luck with that, EA! But anyway, if you've already done every workout in the original game, you'll need to buy the expansion pack that's coming out this November. EA Sports' Peter Moore As was announced at EA's GamesCom 2009 press conference,...

    Posted August 18, 2009

    EA Sports Active Launching Expansion: More Workouts!
  • Grand Slam Tennis For 360, PS3 Delayed In Favor Of EA Sports Active Expansion

    Grand Slam Tennis will only be debuting on the Wii this year, according to EA Sports leader Peter Moore's comments during Electronic Arts' first quarter financial results call. EA Sports is diverting resources from teams working on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions in order to work on an expansion pack for EA Sports Active. Previously, EA...

    Posted August 4, 2009

    Grand Slam Tennis For 360, PS3 Delayed In Favor Of EA Sports Active Expansion
  • Electronic Arts First Quarter Loss Only $6 Million

    On one hand, losses are almost never a good thing, but Electronic Arts is probably happy about their first quarter performance this year. EA is reporting a loss of only $6 million for the quarter ending June 30, a substantial bump from last year's $135 million loss. The vast difference is attributed to cost cutting from earlier in the year...

    Posted August 4, 2009

    Electronic Arts First Quarter Loss Only $6 Million
  • Electronic Arts: If Nintendo Is #1 On Wii, We're Going After #2

    EA Sports Active was a big product for both Nintendo and Electronic Arts. Everything about the product was poised for success, especially since Nintendo will not be delivering Wii Fit Plus until later this year, and was seen by many as a litmus test for third-party potential on Wii. Fortunately for both companies, EA Sports Active was a massive...

    Posted June 10, 2009

    Electronic Arts: If Nintendo Is #1 On Wii, We're Going After #2
  • GameStop Promotes Women's Health/'EA Sports Active'

    Ars Technica reports that GameStop and the National Women's Health Resource Center have teamed up to promote healthy habits for women of all ages in the form of the Fit at Any Age project. The project's site offers health tips for women by age group (20s through 50s), and includes all kinds of useful information for women looking to stay happy...

    Posted May 21, 2009| 12 Comments

    GameStop Promotes Women's Health/'EA Sports Active'
  • 'EA Sports Active' Impressions

    You’re fat. You, yes you, in the t-shirt, you are fat. But I have good news for you: EA has a new workout program for the Wii that will whip you into shape. Well, assuming you don’t give up on it like you did Wii Fit. Dubbed EA Sports Active, this Wii workout program aims to get gamers into fighting shape, albeit in a way that...

    Posted May 11, 2009| 6 Comments

    'EA Sports Active' Impressions
  • EA Sports Active Gaming with Walter Reed Soldiers

    Posted: July 1, 2010

    14,036 Views | 06:04

  • EA Sports Active: More Workouts GDC 2010 Trailer

    Posted: March 10, 2010

    717 Views | 01:25

  • Which Wii Workout Game is the Best?

    Posted: January 11, 2010

    13,546 Views | 03:14

  • Electronic Arts GamesCom 2009 Press Conference

    Posted: August 19, 2009

    3,902 Views | 1:08:54

  • Peter Moore Previews The EA E3 2009 Sports Lineup

    Posted: June 4, 2009

    719 Views | 03:30

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