History Creator / ElectronicArts

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14th Feb '17 5:23:54 AM GrigorII
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2nd Jan '17 10:13:13 AM themisterfree
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'''Electronic Arts''' ('''EA''') is the second oldest independent video game publisher in existence (since the demise of Creator/{{Acclaim}}). Beginning life in 1982 as the brainchild of electronics entrepreneur and corporate raider Trip Hawkins, the company first made its name publishing titles for the home computer market on machines like the UsefulNotes/{{Commodore 64}} and [[{{UsefulNotes/AppleII}} Apple II]] rather than attempting to follow Creator/{{Activision}} into the home console market. As a result of this, they largely avoided becoming embroiled in UsefulNotes/TheGreatVideoGameCrashOf1983 that killed off many of their rivals. In their early days, they justified their name by attempting to treat computer games as art, and the authors as artists in their own right, [[VideoGame/PinballConstructionSet sending them to network television interviews and nationwide press junkets.]]

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'''Electronic Arts''' ('''EA''') is the second oldest independent video game publisher in existence (since the demise of Creator/{{Acclaim}}). Beginning life in 1982 as the brainchild of electronics entrepreneur and corporate raider Trip Hawkins, the company first made its name publishing titles for the home computer market on machines like the UsefulNotes/{{Commodore 64}} and [[{{UsefulNotes/AppleII}} Apple II]] rather than attempting to follow Creator/{{Activision}} into the home console market. As a result of this, they largely avoided becoming embroiled in UsefulNotes/TheGreatVideoGameCrashOf1983 that killed off many of their rivals. In their early days, they justified their name by attempting to treat computer games as art, and the authors as artists in their own right, [[VideoGame/PinballConstructionSet sending them to network television interviews and nationwide press junkets.]]
]] They also did various non-videogame projects during the era, including the animation in the title sequence of the British gameshow ''Series/CatchPhrase'' for its' first few years.
28th Nov '16 9:12:58 PM RisefromYourGrave
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** ''VideoGame/TheSimpsons:TappedOut''

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4th Nov '16 3:55:28 PM patfan200
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2nd Nov '16 10:16:53 AM kristythomas267
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* ''Disney Golf'' (with ''Creator/Disney'' characters)

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* ''Disney Golf'' (with ''Creator/Disney'' ''Creator/{{Disney}}'' characters)
2nd Nov '16 10:16:28 AM kristythomas267
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* ''Disney Golf'' (with ''Creator/Disney'' characters)



* ''Charm Girls Club'' (published only; except for "My Perfect Prom" which is published by ''Creator/GriptoniteGames'')

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* ''Charm Girls Club'' (published only; only, except for "My ''My Perfect Prom" Prom'' which is published by ''Creator/GriptoniteGames'')
2nd Nov '16 10:13:30 AM kristythomas267
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* ''VideoGame/CharmGirlsClub'' (published only except for "My Perfect Prom" which is published by ''Creator/GriptoniteGames'')

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* ''VideoGame/CharmGirlsClub'' ''Charm Girls Club'' (published only only; except for "My Perfect Prom" which is published by ''Creator/GriptoniteGames'')
29th Oct '16 11:25:37 AM nombretomado
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'''Electronic Arts''' ('''EA''') is the second oldest independent video game publisher in existence (since the demise of Creator/{{Acclaim}}). Beginning life in 1982 as the brainchild of electronics entrepreneur and corporate raider Trip Hawkins, the company first made its name publishing titles for the home computer market on machines like the UsefulNotes/{{Commodore 64}} and [[{{UsefulNotes/AppleII}} Apple II]] rather than attempting to follow Creator/{{Activision}} into the home console market. As a result of this, they largely avoided becoming embroiled in TheGreatVideoGameCrashOf1983 that killed off many of their rivals. In their early days, they justified their name by attempting to treat computer games as art, and the authors as artists in their own right, [[VideoGame/PinballConstructionSet sending them to network television interviews and nationwide press junkets.]]

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'''Electronic Arts''' ('''EA''') is the second oldest independent video game publisher in existence (since the demise of Creator/{{Acclaim}}). Beginning life in 1982 as the brainchild of electronics entrepreneur and corporate raider Trip Hawkins, the company first made its name publishing titles for the home computer market on machines like the UsefulNotes/{{Commodore 64}} and [[{{UsefulNotes/AppleII}} Apple II]] rather than attempting to follow Creator/{{Activision}} into the home console market. As a result of this, they largely avoided becoming embroiled in TheGreatVideoGameCrashOf1983 UsefulNotes/TheGreatVideoGameCrashOf1983 that killed off many of their rivals. In their early days, they justified their name by attempting to treat computer games as art, and the authors as artists in their own right, [[VideoGame/PinballConstructionSet sending them to network television interviews and nationwide press junkets.]]
23rd Oct '16 11:15:32 AM VPhantom
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