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Electronic Arts CEO Andrew Wilson recently contemplated a bi-annual release schedule for future MMA games that follow EA Sports UFC, which is slated to launch on Xbox One and PS4 this year. In an interview with CNN's Fortune Tech, Wilson described the frequency of some games and the "appetite" play...

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The 3DS is banging on all cylinders these days. While this morning's most intriguing development is still clouded in mystery, there's still quite a bit on the immediate horizon for people to be excited about, especially for our friends across the pond. Planning is essential when confronted with a l...

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It's hard to miss one of the major news announcements for the MMO world -- a release date for Cataclysm, the latest expansion for World of Warcraft. More than a few fans are intensely pleased that the date has been given, but it comes as the prior expansion is getting quite long in the tooth, and t...

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Microsoft's Euro marketing exec for Xbox, David Gosen, is joining the chorus of suits starting to question the industry's overly Q4-focused release schedule. Speaking with MCV, Gosen points out that about 200 titles were released within three to four weeks last holiday -- with the third week of No...

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Glen Schofield, general manager of EA's Redwood Shores, seems to think publishers are slowly having epiphanies about the illogical decision to cram every major release into the last quarter of the calendar year. Speaking with GI.biz, he states the "the industry" is finally recognizing that it coul...

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Capcom Europe revealed today -- and reiterated in a few cases -- the release schedule for its titles in the first quarter of 2009. February TBA - Flock (XBLA/PSN) February 20 - Street Fighter IV (X360/PS3) February 27- Dead Rising: Chop Till You Drop (Wii) February 27- Neopets Puzzle Adve...

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