Founded in 1982 by Trip Hawkins, EA was a pioneer in the early games industry and was notable for promoting the designers and programmers responsible for their games. For the first few years, EA was just a publisher and didn't expand to development until the late 80s and started supporting consoles in the 90s. They also began to acquire successful developers and in the early 2000s became the worlds largest third party publisher. They recorded a net revenue of US$3.129 for FY2005.

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Godfather

Godfather

Updated 1 year ago Released Mar 20, 2006 with a commercial licence

Built to create the amazing faithful adaption of Godfather onto PC. Following the release of The Godfather: The Game in 2006, a component of the development...

SAGE (Strategy Action Game Engine)

SAGE (Strategy Action Game Engine)

Updated 7 months ago Released Jun 14, 2001 with a proprietary licence

The SAGE engine is a game engine used by Westwood Studios and Electronic Arts for real-time strategy games.

Games
Abuse

Abuse Abuse

Updated 1 year ago Released Mar 29, 1996 Single & Multiplayer Platformer

You have been locked in a prison where illegal genetic experiments have been going on. The scientist figure out how to genetically make anyone go into...

Alice: Madness Returns

Alice: Madness Returns Alice: Madness Returns

Updated 11 months ago Released Jun 14, 2011 Single Player Adventure

Eleven years ago a horrific fire took Alice's family from her and left her mind horrifically scarred. Afterwards she was confined to Rutledge Asylum...

Alpha Centauri

Alpha Centauri Alpha Centauri

Updated 2 years ago Released Feb 12, 1999 Single & Multiplayer Turn Based Strategy

Explore the alien planet that is your new home and uncover its myriad mysteries. Discover over 75 extraordinary technologies. Build over 60 base upgrades...

American McGee's Alice

American McGee's Alice American McGee's Alice

Updated 1 month ago Released Oct 4, 2000 Single Player Adventure

Step into the dark world of American McGee's twisted retelling of Alice in Wonderland.

Armies of Exigo

Armies of Exigo Armies of Exigo

Updated 3 years ago Released Nov 30, 2004 Single & Multiplayer Real Time Strategy

Worlds collide in Armies of Exigo, a fantasy real-time strategy (RTS) game where the boundaries of the battlefield are broken and war is waged both above...

Army of Two

Army of Two Army of Two

Updated 11 months ago Released Mar 6, 2008 Single, Multiplayer & Co-Op Third Person Shooter

When One Man Is Not Enough? It will take an Army of Two to stop the corruption of rogue private military corporations. Fight along side your team-mate...

Army of Two: The 40th Day

Army of Two: The 40th Day Army of Two: The 40th Day

Updated 11 months ago Released Jan 8, 2010 Single, Multiplayer & Co-Op Third Person Shooter

When a man-made disaster of epic proportions strikes Shanghai, China, Rios and Salem find themselves right in the middle of it all. Fortunately for you...

Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel

Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel

Updated 11 months ago Released Mar 26, 2013 Single, Multiplayer & Co-Op Third Person Shooter

You and your partner must shoot and destroy anything in your path to take down a violent drug cartel that’s taken over Mexico. In gripping partner-based...

Battle for Middle-earth

Battle for Middle-earth Battle for Middle-earth

Updated 6 months ago Released Dec 4, 2004 Single & Multiplayer Real Time Strategy

Using the Lord Of The Rings movie license, The Battle for Middle-earth is a Real-Time Strategy game based upon both the renown literary works of J.R.R...

Battle for Middle-earth II

Battle for Middle-earth II Battle for Middle-earth II

Updated 1 week ago Released Feb 28, 2006 Single & Multiplayer Real Time Strategy

Wage war in the North and assume command of the most storied civilizations in all of Middle-earth history - the Elven and Dwarven armies - or fight on...

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Woozle
Woozle May 22 2011, 11:29pm says:

SUPER EPIC FAIL! Seriously how do they even survive as a company?

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PsychoticLoner
PsychoticLoner May 23 2011, 12:02am replied:

By making good games people buy.

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Jevuner
Jevuner Jun 19 2011, 6:24am replied:

by scrap moneys as publisher from their subsidiaries

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IRDangermouse
IRDangermouse May 21 2011, 7:07am says:

MAKE SIMCITY 5 NOW

+2 votes     reply to comment
CL4ymOr3
CL4ymOr3 Apr 30 2011, 2:57am says:

So, what do we get by flaming EA??, nothing so.... SHUT THE **** UP!

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OverlordThanatos
OverlordThanatos Mar 31 2011, 3:48pm says:

yes i get that EA bought westwood. but gez a bit overboard with the hate. now i'm not picking sides here they did make my 2nd favorite RTS the battle for middle earth. still command and conquer is my favoirte series because there is no command limit on your units. i really don't have the computer to run command and conquer 3 or ra3. but what is so bad about c&C4 and ra3. the ai is even more stupid? or what.

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PsychoticLoner
PsychoticLoner Mar 5 2011, 2:05am replied:

If anything, they revived the CNC series, after Westwood let it stagnate to hell. You have no idea what you're talking about, so shut the hell up already.

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hiperrr
hiperrr Mar 6 2011, 1:52pm replied:

stagnate?dude, westwood developed a good game with interesting storyline,not so good graphics and a stunning gameplay which kept millions of people in front of the screen for hours!and just when they started to make CnC games ROCK really hard(RA:2,Tiberian Sun),EA and their deeeep pockets ruined it all.Now go boot one of those brand new C&C games-what do you see?Fancy and shiny graphics with miserable gameplay that will make you shut it down on the 10-th minute of the 1st mission!My point is-GAMEPLAY,NOT GRAPHICS!!
BTW:Have you seen your comments-you are licking EA's ***.

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SArais
SArais Jul 26 2013, 6:13am replied:

I disagree. C&C3, RA3, Generals and, dare I say it, C&C4 had much better gameplay. 4 would of been fine as a standalone, but not as part of C&C universe. Thank you.

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PsychoticLoner
PsychoticLoner Mar 6 2011, 7:33pm replied:

They made the game, kid, they didn't develop it. Also, the story was crappy as hell, nothing more than a series of unrelated battles. Wow, I'm fighting in Cairo now ... and now Sarajevo! All missions could be won by cranking out tanks until the enemy was destroyed, often never trying hard to kill you. Yeah, great game concept there.

EA were the ones who introduced actual fun and challenge into the game, and *GASP* an actual reason to fight beyond "Because we told you to!" I'm guessing you can't figure this out, because seeing from your spelling, your either a little kid who played these games before you figured out cartoons wasn't gripping drama, or your an idiot who blindly follows what other people are saying, terrified to think for yourself like all other nerds.

Also, ignoring the fact that liking EA isn't automatically a bad thing, what I'm actually doing here is not nostalgically getting a hard on to the Westwood logo like you morons are. I've played all these games roughly at the same time and judge accordingly, with Tiberium Sun being the worst and RA3 being the best.

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