EA's games are great, but their management and policies are crap. I wish they should try to think like a gamer rather than an enterprise. In this matter, I can't vote yes or no. See, Dice is good but EA is well..
EA hasn't made any great games as far as i'm concerned. they can publish great games, but that doesn't mean that they made them
edit: i voted yes, just based on the sole fact that companies like EA and Activision fund some of the most successful series of all time, which more often than not are the opposite of innovative and unfortunately hold gaming back as a whole. they don't want games that will push gaming to new grounds, they want money, given that they are businesses and whatnot. without them i feel like this plateau we hit last generation wouldn't have lasted as long and developers would be more willing to take chances and not just stick to the same "best selling" formula, not to mention rushed deadlines. something i've noticed during this recent trend of kickstarter games is that upcoming games are doing what should have been done 5 years ago, and people are tossing millions at them to be made, publisher-free. we're finally seeing progress and it's all due to these big publishing companies not breathing down the necks of the developers to make sure they put out the next cod.
If the Battlefield games, Mirror's Edge (especially Mirror's Edge), the Mass Effect series, and I guess the Dragon Age series still existed, then sure. Oh, also the Sims and..whatever else I'm forgetting.
What I'm saying is, I like a lot of their games, even if I'm sure many of these were made by developers EA kidnapped, held at gunpoint, and forced them to make things while placing absurd constraints on them.
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