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  • Blog Post: Will Wright Offers First Details On His Next Game

    Will Wright, the man behind The Sims, and more recently Spore, offered up the first clues on what exactly his next game, HiveMind, will be. The term "game," though, seems almost inappropriate. What Wright is describing sounds more like a social network. Wright has never been one to play within... More
  • Blog Post: Updated Details & Screens: EA Announces New Maxis Game Darkspore

    EA just announced Darkspore, a new isometric, third-person hack n' slash title called Darkspore. Created by a new Maxis team made up of developers who worked on the Mass Effect and Diablo franchises, Darkspore is based on the Spore engine. Players can battle across alien worlds solo or in four-player... More
  • Blog Post: Maxis' Darkspore To Debut At San Diego Comic Con?

    An event listing on San Diego Comic Con's website hints at the possibility of a new Spore game. The event details read: "Video Game Reveal: Maxis Studio -- Maxis Studio (The Sims and Spore video games) has just announced their next project, a brand new, sci-fi action-RPG based on the DNA of... More
  • Blog Post: Will Wright Creating Reality TV?

    The mastermind behind Sim City, The Sims, and Spore may be veering away from video games for his next project. Rumors are indicating that gaming industry legend Will Wright is currently working on a cross between a simulation and a television called The Creation Project . According to a report from IGN... More
  • Blog Post: Will Wright Makes Surprise Appearance at GDC

    As the mystery guest for GDC's final panel, Spore creator Will Wright came out of hiding to discuss leaving Electronic Arts, the game he's spent the most time with in his life, and a little thing he calls the "metaphysics of game development." In typical Will Wright fashion, the speech... More
  • Blog Post: EA and Dr. Pepper Team Up For Exclusive Content Giveaways

    Today Electronic Arts and Dr. Pepper have announced a brand marketing program that will hook up consumers with exclusive content for EA titles. Starting this week, if you buy 20-ounce bottles of Dr. Pepper, you’ll also be able to download new content such as virtual clothes for Sims, or Spore body... More
  • Blog Post: EA Partners With IDW For Army Of Two And Dragon Age Comics

    It’s official. Any EA property worth its salt is a prime target for undergoing the comic-book treatment. Joining the ranks of Dead Space, Mirror’s Edge, Mass Effect and Dante’s Inferno, EA announced today that it has partnered with IDW to roll out Army of Two and Dragon Age comics.... More
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