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ⓘ Electronic Arts, Inc. is a large company which makes computer and video games all over the world. They made famous games such as The Sims, Madden NFL and Medal ..




Electronic Arts
                                     

ⓘ Electronic Arts

Electronic Arts, Inc. is a large company which makes computer and video games all over the world. They made famous games such as The Sims, Madden NFL and Medal of Honor. They also made the Need for Speed series. EAs most popular products are the games which are sold under the EA Sports label.

                                     

1. History

The company was started in February 1982 by Trip Hawkins. They first shipped their games in May 1983. They have since then produced video games every year.

                                     

2. Studios

EA owns other smaller game companies which they call studios.

A few of these include Maxis creators of The Sims, Bullfrog creators of Theme Park and Theme Hospital, and BioWare makers of Mass Effect.

                                     

3. Games

  • The Immortal 1990 by Sandcastle Productions Will Harvey
  • Crysis series 2007– by Crytek
  • Burnout series 2004–present
  • Zany Golf 1988, by Sandcastle Productions Will Harvey
  • Spore series 2008– by Maxis
  • Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning 2008 by Mythic Entertainment
  • Dungeon Keeper series by Bullfrog Productions
  • Mass Effect series starting with Mass Effect 2, the first game was published by Microsoft2009–2012 by BioWare
  • Ultima Online 1997 by Origin Systems
  • Skate series 2007– by EA Black Box
  • The Sims Stories series 2007–2008 by Aspyr and EA
  • NHL series 1991–
  • The Sims 2 2004–2008 by Maxis and later The Sims Studio
  • The Bards Tale 1985 by Interplay Productions
  • System Shock 2 1999
  • Rock Band series 2007– by Harmonix
  • Archon 1983 and Archon II: Adept 1984 by Free Fall Associates
  • Dark Age of Camelot republished after EA acquired Mythic in 2005
  • Battlefield series 2002–present by EA Digital Illusions CE
  • The Seven Cities of Gold 1984 by Dan Bunten and Ozark Softscape
  • Dead Space series 2008– by Visceral Games
  • The Simpsons: Tapped Out 2012, mobile
  • Mail Order Monsters 1985 by Paul Reiche III, Evan Robinson and Nicky Robinson
  • Mirrors Edge 2008 by EA Digital Illusions CE
  • NASCAR series 1997–2009
  • The Sims 4 2014
  • Harry Potter series 2001–2011
  • One on One: Dr. J vs. Larry Bird 1983 by Eric Hammond
  • Instant Music 1986 by Robert Campbell
  • Wing Commander series 1992 onwards, previous games published in-house
  • Pinball Construction Set 1983 by Bill Budge
  • Star Wars: The Old Republic 2011 by BioWare
  • M.U.L.E. 1983 by Dan Bunten and Ozark Softscape
  • Command & Conquer series titles from 1999–present by Westwood Studios earlier titles released by Virgin Interactive
  • Dragon Age series 2009– by BioWare
  • Desert Strike: Return to the Gulf 1992 by EAs High Score Production group
  • Music Construction Set 1984 by Will Harvey
  • SimCity series titles from 1999– by Maxis earlier titles released by other publishers
  • Dantes Inferno 2010 by Visceral Games
  • SSX series 2000–
  • Populous 1989 by Bullfrog which EA acquired in 1995
  • Racing Destruction Set 1985 by Rick Koenig
  • Medal of Honor series 1999–
  • Skate or Die! 1987, EAs first internally developed title
  • Starflight 1986 by Binary Systems
  • Army of Two series 2008– by EA Montreal
  • Madden NFL series 1989–present
  • American McGees Alice 2000
  • FIFA series 1993–
  • NCAA Football series 1993–present
  • The Sims 2000–2003 by Maxis
  • Need for Speed series 1994– first installment was made by EA in collaboration with Road & Track
  • The Sims 3 2009–present by Visceral Games and The Sims Studio
  • James Bond series 1999–2005