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  • Blog Post: PSA: NBA Live 15 Joins EA Access Vault

    EA has added another title to its Xbox One-exclusive subscription service. EA Access members can now play NBA Live as part of their membership. This makes the eighth full title available in the program. Other titles available include EA Sports UFC, Battlefield 4, Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare, Need... More
  • Blog Post: NBA Live 15 Pushed Back A Few Weeks For Polish

    NBA Live 15 won't be making its October 7 release date, but thankfully the game has only been pushed back a few weeks. NBA Live 15's new release date is October 28, which means it will release alongside the opening night of the 2014-15 NBA season. According to executive producer Sean O’Brien... More
  • Blog Post: NBA Live Developer Scott O'Gallagher Departs To Join NBA 2K

    Scott O'Gallagher, a former professional basketball player and associate designer on NBA Live 14, has left Electronic Arts to join 2K to work on the NBA 2K series. Electronic Arts confirmed his departure to us back in June, but his new position at 2K was only recently confirmed when website goodgamebro... More
  • Blog Post: EA Won't Pull The Plug If NBA Live Has Another Rocky Year

    NBA Live returned last year after spending four years on the bench. It met with critical disdain and community disappointment at launch, leading the team to invest time and energy in post-launch support that overhauled sources of player complaints. In a conversation with EA chief operating officer Peter... More
  • Blog Post: EA Shows Off Next-Gen Sports Lineup

    We already knew that Madden 25, FIFA 14, NBA Live, and UFC were coming to Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Today, we got a chance to see the four titles in action. NBA Live is coming back with new dribble tech that parts the ball from the hand with every bounce. Madden 25 gameplay was finally on display,... More
  • Blog Post: Electronic Arts Talks E3 Plans

    Comments & Feedback One of the gaming industry’s biggest publishers plans to show off a wealth of games, starting with a streaming press conference you can watch from home. Electronic Arts has a varied selection of games on its E3 docket, including Battlefield 4 and Need for Speed Rivals, along... More
  • Blog Post: EA Outlines Future For Sports Slate

    Sports has been a huge part of Electronic Arts success, and not surprisingly, it will remain so for the foreseeable future. During yesterday's earnings call the company talked about what's in store for some of its sports franchises. The call referenced fiscal year 2014 (as opposed to the calendar... More
  • Blog Post: EA Retires Online Services For Its '11 Sports Lineup

    If you are the kind of gamer that likes to wait a year or two to buy your sports games then you might want to know that EA will soon be shutting down it's online servers for many of the games it released a couple years ago. On January 11, EA will be retiring the online service for the following titles... More
  • Blog Post: Study Shows EA Sports In-Game Advertising Is Effective

    Love it or hate it, in-game advertising is here to stay. A new study by the Nielsen Company suggests that it's becoming a very effective way to reach consumers. The study centered around in-game advertising for Gatorade in the EA titles NHL 09, NHL 10, NBA Live 07, NBA Live 08, NBA Live 09, and NBA... More
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