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Yeargh, mateys! This ship be takin' on water and swelling up like me wife's belly 'fore she had her little bundle o' screams. Take yer booty and yer booties to the lifeboats, but the cap'n must stay here with his sinkin' ship. Ah, in other words, EA thinks Sony's dominance is over. Pssh, more like E...

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Former Electronic Arts President and COO John Riccitello is returning to the publishing behemoth. On April 2, Riccitello will become the new chief executive officer, while current EA CEO Larry Probst will stay on as executive chairman of the board of directors. Probst held the position of Big Kahuna...

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Newsweek's N'gai Croal (awesome name) had a chance to talk to Electronic Arts' CEO, Larry Probst. Love them or hate them, EA is a major player in the industry, and their games have the power to move hardware units. Croal asked Probst about making original games for the PSP, something that seems out...

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Newsweek's N'Gai Croal has posted two parts of his three-part interview with Larry Probst, CEO of EA. (Part three is due Friday.) Among a few other topics, Probst discusses publishing the same game on multiple platform, and how that strategy fits with -- or doesn't match -- the Wii and PSP. Probst s...

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