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Electronic Arts joins PlayStation Home

Electronic Arts joins PlayStation Home

Kaz Hirai joined Howard Stringer on stage to talk about all things PlayStation. He announced Electronic Arts' plans for PlayStation Home.

CES 2009: During the Sony keynote this morning, Sony Computer Entertainment honcho Kaz Hirai announced that Electronic Arts will support the PlayStation Home beta.

The support will start with the EA Sports Complex, which is currently in development and is expected to launch this Spring.

EA has worked closely with SCE to ensure that the EA Sports Complex space within PlayStation Home will be a great experience for fans of EA Sports games while being accessible to both casual and hardcore gamers alike.

Gamers will be able to play new EA Sports multiplayer games, meet and interact with other gamers, view leaderboards (daily, weekly, monthly, annual), as well as watch trailers and other content from other EA Sports titles.

Electronic Arts said in a separate statement that it is currently working with SCE on further label support in PlayStation Home and will announce further intentions at a later date.

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Zurechial 8th January 2009, 21:21 Quote
EA Sports Complex.
It sounds like a mental health problem, oh wait..
LordPyrinc 9th January 2009, 01:38 Quote
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Originally Posted by Zurechial
EA Sports Complex.
It sounds like a mental health problem, oh wait..

LOL, perhaps we are all being subjected to the EA Complex. Since they seem to be buying up all competitors, we may soon be all infected with the EA Complex.

I left out 'Sports' because EA has thier dirty hands in all types of games, not just sports games anymore.
devdevil85 9th January 2009, 16:55 Quote
Looks cool.
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