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  • Blog Post: Likeness Lawsuit Against EA Sports Thrown Out

    EA Sports is mired in multiple lawsuits (including one involving 6,000 former NFL players ) regarding the publisher's use of their likenesses in its Madden and NCAA football franchises, but the load got lighter by one today as a judge threw out a lawsuit from former Rutgers QB Ryan Hart. U.S. district... More
  • Blog Post: August NPD: Deus Ex Comes Out On Top In Depressing Month For Game Sales

    Remember last month? Remember how very few worthwhile games were released? Well, if you needed a reminder, all you need to do is look over the depressing numbers coming out of this month's NPD sales data. According to NPD, overall retail sales for August are down a huge 23 percent. The only category... More
  • Blog Post: ESPNU Showing NCAA Football 12 Making-Of Series

    ESPNU and EA Sports are teaming up to show you the making of NCAA 12 in a four-part documentary. The show is called "The Making of EA Sports NCAA Football 12 Presented by Coke Zero," and the first episode airs this Thursday (July 14), 7PM (Eastern) on ESPNU. Viewers will get to see a glimpse... More
  • Blog Post: Weekly Roundup Summer Drought Edition

    I'm not going to sugar coat it: This week's pretty dry, unless you're a fan of college football or Harry Potter. If you don't fit into either of those particular categories, you can safely avoid game stores this week. Aside from the second game based on Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows... More
  • Blog Post: EA Sports Cleared Of Wrongdoing In Player Likeness Lawsuit

    A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by former college quarterback Sam Keller against EA Sports regarding the publisher's use of his likeness in past NCAA Football games. [Except] Back in 2009 the former Arizona State and Nebraska quarterback sued EA Sports, the NCAA, and the Collegiate... More
  • Blog Post: EA Sports' Persistent ID To Be A Paid Subscription?

    This month EA Sports stated that it was working on a cross-title, cross-year persistent ID system that would chronicle your progress as a player of the label's games. Now new information purports to unveil details about this program and reveal that it's a paid subscription program. Pastapadre... More
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