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  • YaPeL
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    Actually yes, thats something that we really need, we need games that sell the most, and sport games are among them.

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  • AnonymousCoward
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    YES, finally an anuall release of <random sports game>. Just what the linux desktop was missing.

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  • YaPeL
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    As some of us already predicted (what do we won? :P).
    I'm sure they are only going to bring popcap games, or games with bad sells on win. Hopefully I'm wrong with this one, but I doubt it.

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  • entropy
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    EA killed off lots of wonderful franchises of the 90's by buying out small but excellent studios.
    It's easy to hate them for "just" that and mostly releasing heartless cash-cow products lacking soul or at least tiny bits of innovation.
    Valve, in turn, still keeps up with their high quality standard and IMHO even manages to improve.
    On the downside, you don't get a new game from them every year. HL3...? :/

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  • Veerappan
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    EA does have their "Orion" game service that's basically a competitor to Valve's Steam and Desura too. However, it's unlikely that they will be bringing Orion to Linux, at least initially. This Canonical deal is about bringing their games to Ubuntu and making them available through the Ubuntu Software Center.
    s/Orion/Origin/g

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