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Gamewatch.org [Nov. 1st, 2004|01:45 am]
ea_spouse
So, let's talk about it. What would you like to see?

Edit: Hello all. I'm sorry about this, but I've turned on screening for anonymous comments in this thread and the top one on the blog. We have a troll who has been spamming comments every few hours or so, and I just don't have time to keep coming in here and deleting them. Rest assured if you post anything that ISN'T vulgar, I will unscreen it as soon as I see it. Hopefully the troll will lose interest soon and I can lift this.
Edit 1/4/2005: Comment screening turned back off; thank you all for your patience. =)
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From: (Anonymous)
2007-10-31 08:43 pm (UTC)

EA deletion

This troll you mentioned may likely have been someone who works for EA, I have no doubt that they would stoop that low and use annonymity to their benefit. I was reading the Wikipedia article about EA (which is how I found this webpage) and the latest blog states that managers for EA have been editing the Wiki pages to favour the company as 90% of the material included was criticism. They were even deleting information paragraphs at a time. I lost faith in EA's ability to develop decent games after seeing countless movie based games hit the shelves. I also noticed that EA see their games as free advertising for other games developed by them. Especially in sport games such as burnout EA keep making billbords that the player has to drive by advertising other games they have either made, or plan to release. They brand objects in games such as Madden with the company logo. My solution to this opression is that they company employees should organise a strike until regulated work conditions are made.
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