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Re: Can Microsoft Win the Online Game?
Posted by: Walaika Haskins 2009-04-16 12:48:49
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It's been another busy week in the gaming world. Topping the news was the announcement that game designer Will Wright is leaving Electronic Arts to head up his entertainment think tank, Stupid Fun Club, full-time. Elsewhere, Take-Two may have another hit on its hands -- this time in downloadable form. Microsoft will extend Xbox 360 warranties, and a report from InStat predicts the console maker will rake in a wad of cash as its number of online gaming subscriptions continues to grow.


First Right of Refusal
Posted by: HankMcCoy 2009-04-17 10:03:42 In reply to: Walaika Haskins
Sounds to me like EA is still going to have rights over whatever Mr. Wright tries to come up with in his think tank...his website and domain do not look very appealing...Since the SIMS i don't think his success has been the same.
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