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'''Electronic Arts''' (EA) is an American video game developer and publisher that was founded on May 28, 1982 by Trip Hawkins.   
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'''Electronic Arts''' (EA) is an American video game developer and publisher that was founded on May 28, 1982, by Trip Hawkins.   
  
When they purchased [[Westwood Studios]] in 1998, they became the publisher of their games.  The Westwood games they published so far include [[Lands of Lore]], and [[Legend of Kyrandia series|The Legend of Kyrandia series]].  In addition, they also published the adventure game [[Noctropolis]].
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When they purchased [[Origin Systems]] in September 1992, they became the publisher of the [[Ultima series]]. Likewise, when they purchased [[Westwood Studios]] in 1998, they became the publisher of their games.   
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The Westwood games they published include [[Lands of Lore]] and [[Legend of Kyrandia series|The Legend of Kyrandia series]].  In addition, they also published the adventure game [[Noctropolis]] and [[Sherlock|The Lost Files of Sherlock Holmes series]].
  
 
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Latest revision as of 10:08, 6 February 2020

Electronic Arts (EA) is an American video game developer and publisher that was founded on May 28, 1982, by Trip Hawkins.

When they purchased Origin Systems in September 1992, they became the publisher of the Ultima series. Likewise, when they purchased Westwood Studios in 1998, they became the publisher of their games.

The Westwood games they published include Lands of Lore and The Legend of Kyrandia series. In addition, they also published the adventure game Noctropolis and The Lost Files of Sherlock Holmes series.

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