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Casual Gaming Dumped By EA

Category: Gaming
Posted: November 8, 2008 04:19PM
Author: gebraset

EA is dumping its Casual Entertainment label after the departure of Kathy Vrabeck, president of the division. The news seems to show that the company finally acknowledges that casual gamers simply do not exist in the growing gamer community. People such as Reggie Fils-Aime, Satoru Iwata, and Shigeru Miyamoto have long stated that there is no such thing as a casual gamer. They have claimed multiple times that they believe there are only non-gamers and gamers. The label which is featured on Pogo will be distributed elsewhere, as well as other unnamed properties that will eventually, noted by EA chief John Riccitiello, be folded into The Sims label.



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markiemrboo on November 9, 2008 11:39AM
Wicked. EA have answered a life long question for me. I actually don't exist.
tazwegion on November 9, 2008 08:56PM
ROTFLMAO well then neither do I! Seriously, I'd like to believe there's MORE to life than simply gaming, mind you once you get hooked on a game it can take a while to get it out of your system :) I game (casually) therefor I am NOT! :p
Fireonice on November 9, 2008 10:37PM
ROFL Where they high when they said that O_o
NoSnipeLimit on November 10, 2008 12:06AM
So they create single player games and campaign maps for competitive reasons! I knew it!
Nerm on November 10, 2008 08:40AM
They are saying I do not exist either. WTH are these people smoking? Actually the only gamers I know are all "casual" gamers.

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