EA layoffs hit LA, Montreal and 'smaller locations'

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EA Labels boss confirms unspecified number of layoffs

EA has laid off an unspecified number of staff at its Los Angeles and Montreal studios, EA Labels boss Frank Gibeau has confirmed.... read more

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EA layoffs hit LA, Montreal and 'smaller locations'

Postby toaplan » 21 Feb 2013, 22:49

Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel isn't out until March 26th... I think EA should have had the courtesy of at least waiting for the reviews before dismissing them.

edit: Visceral Montreal, the developer of Army of Two, is just a branch office of the Redwood City, California-based Visceral Games.
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Re: EA layoffs hit LA, Montreal and 'smaller locations'

Postby Beebop10 » 22 Feb 2013, 18:40

They could start with letting the EA marketing executive go who said, they'd made Dead Space 3 less scary because research suggested some gamers found earlier titles in the horror franchise too frightening to play through.

It's actually a good game, but silly talk like that put many off what is after all supposed to be a horror game franchise.
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