Neoseeker : News : EA posts Q3 loss as next-gen software sales fail to pick up current-gen slack
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ANGRYWOLF Jan 29, 14
More pressure on Bioware not to blow it with DAI, ME4, and their alleged KOTOR IP.

We shall see if they are up to the task.
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Jeremy Jan 29, 14
Kinda seems like EA's quality is really beginning to catch up with it. Unfortunate for them, but perhaps we'll see a quality increase as a result.
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BlackScythe Jan 29, 14
Of course next gen hasn't taken off, while there are a handful of games worth mention there isn't a console mover yet.

Also I'm with ANGRYWOLF keep them from screwing up.
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Chris Jan 29, 14
quote Jeremy
Kinda seems like EA's quality is really beginning to catch up with it. Unfortunate for them, but perhaps we'll see a quality increase as a result.

I would hope so. I think they've really dropped the ball with some their title. The past three or four FIFA games have been as buggy as anything and the servers are crap. Battlefield 3 was alright and I enjoyed it more than COD but it still had some issues. On another note, I'm quite disappointed at how much the Need for Speed franchise has been allowed to slip. The last one I bought was Most Wanted, which was alright but nowhere near as much fun as previous games. I remember having a ton of fun playing Underground 2 on the PS2 and even Carbon on the Wii, was a pretty decent title. Most Wanted had crappy servers and a whole array of ridiculously overpriced dlc. They've dropped the ball (or in Fifa's case, made it disappear ).
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THM Jan 29, 14
May God bless EA and its CEO!!
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ZombiiTech Jan 29, 14
LOL at the supposed reason for EA's loss being "next-gen software"... last I checked their "current-gen" software (even if they only seem to elude to "current-gen sales" and not the phenomenal issues/errors they've been having) hasn't exactly been hitting par for the course either, haha. Maybe they need to change their initials to EF... Electronic Fail, LMBO!
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