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Games: EA Buys Social Gaming Client Super Computer International; Microsoft Splits With Halo

Couple of game related stories:
— Electronic Arts (NSDQ: ERTS) has bought Atlanta-based Super Computer International (SCI), a provider of gaming client apps and software tools for the PC. Financial terms weren’t disclosed. SCI development team will join EA

One Response to “Games: EA Buys Social Gaming Client Super Computer International; Microsoft Splits With Halo”

  1. Quick question, how is it possible that EA manages to stretch its market shares to other genres when they still haven't done justice to the products in their more familiar line-up (Madden?). Owning the market will give video games the streamlined predictablity that forced most "gamers" to look outside of tv and radio in the first place. (sigh…)