EA Black Box
With a longstanding passion for urban, lifestyle oriented games, EA Black Box is home to Need For Speed and Skate, along with several other exciting new games in the pipeline. In addition, the Black Box team developed the driving levels for three James Bond titles, in partnership with the Bond team at our studio in Redwood Shores, California.
EA Black Box was founded when EA acquired Black Box Games in 2002, then it became an independent EA studio in 2005. With over 350 employees, EA Black Box maintains a boutique studio and development environment – one in which you know who the people are that you work with and what they’re passionate about.
Last night, Electronic Arts confirmed that CEO John Riccitiello has relinquished his position.
Effective immediately, Executive Chairman Larry Probst has taken over Riccitiello's duties, as the... [more+]
With a lot of their line-up pretty much known through the rumor mill, it was hard to be surprised by EA's pre-E3 press conference. The things shown that did surprise were smaller things, such... [more+]
Electronic Arts announced this morning that the next entry in the action racing side of the Need for Speed franchise is set for release on November 15 in North America and on November 17 in Europe for... [more+]
Spike TV’s 2010 Video Game Awards are done and dusted. In case you’ve missed them or just want some recap, we’ve decided to highlight the most important moments as well as give you... [more+]