Medal of Honor pulled from US military stores

After widespread criticism of the game, the US military has decided not to sell Medal of Honor at its military base exchanges, and GameStop has also said it won't stock it.

EA gushes over Nintendo's "magical" 3DS

Electronic Arts - which once designed really, really cool hardcore games - is now gushing embarrassingly over Nintendo's "magical" 3DS handheld console.

Crysis 2 goes 3D

Electronic Arts (EA) and Crytek have showcased their latest Crysis 2 demo at E3 2010 in Los Angeles. The long-awaited game will be available in true stereoscopic 3D for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC.

CoD dream team forms Respawn Entertainment studio

The creators of the multi-billion dollar Call of Duty franchise have officially snubbed Activision by forming a new studio known as Respawn Entertainment.

Tiger Woods still a hot video game commodity

Electronic Arts, one of the few big-name companies that didn't shun Tiger Woods during his sex scandal, says it still sees a big market potential for its line of Tiger Woods video games.

Will EA use its 10-year "Bourne" license?

Last year, Electronic Arts acquired the video game license to Robert Ludlum's Bourne franchise, but now it has canceled the first game that was supposed to use that license.

EA hints at more fitness games for Wii

Electronic Arts, one of the biggest video game publishers in the world, recently reconfirmed its bullish stance on the Wii and hinted that it is particularly pleased with the success of its "EA Sports Active" franchise.