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The recent cancellation of Command & Conquer: Tiberium Alliances also sank developer EA Phenomic, but from that mouldering corpse springs a new studio, Envision Entertainment. Don't confuse Command & Conquer: Tiberium Alliances with that other C&C game EA recently canceled. Though bo...

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EA's in-house real-time strategy developer, EA Phenomic, has been closed and its 60 employees laid off, GamesIndustry International reports. The studio most recently developed EA's free-to-play, browser-based RTS Command & Conquer: Tiberium Alliances. Purchased by EA in 2004, it was originally ...

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EA's latest attempt to rejuvenate the Ultima franchise, the browser-based MMORTS Lord of Ultima, will exit open beta and go fully live on Tuesday, April 20. The game breaks from the franchise's usual norm of medieval vigilante heroism, and places you in the fur-lined boots of an up-and-coming ruler...

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EA announced today that its German studio, EA Phenomic, is working on Battleforge, a "fantasy online real-time strategy ... collectible trading card" game. The game will release this fall and allow players to win, trade and buy virtual cards to create the "ultimate deck." Basically, it sounds like...

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