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Por: Slyjss

La paciencia de EA tenía un límite. Bueno, como la nuestra con sus juegos (excluyendo alguno que otro como Skate). A lo que iba, que EA ha decidido retirar la oferta de compra por Take Two, compañía famosa por los geteás. Y bueno, ha elegido para ello el día en que se iba al carajo un banco estadounidense, así que, entre una cosa y otra, el valor de Take Two ha bajado drásticamente. Un 30%, para ser exactos. Así que, de repente, los 25 dólares que ofrecía EA no deberán parecerles tan mala idea. Tras el salto, la nota de prensa completa.

Fuentes: AnaitGames, Videogaming247

Electronic Arts Terminates Discussions with Take-Two

REDWOOD CITY, Calif.—(BUSINESS WIRE)—Electronic Arts Inc. (“EA”) (NASDAQ:ERTS) today announced that while EA continues to have a high regard for Take-Two’s creative teams and products, after careful consideration, including a management presentation and review of other due diligence materials provided by Take-Two Interactive Software Inc. (“Take-Two”) (NASDAQ:TTWO), EA has decided not to make a proposal to acquire Take-Two and has terminated discussions with Take-Two.

John Riccitiello, Chief Executive Officer of EA, said: “EA is tracking toward a record breaking year. We’re launching 15 new games including award-winners like SPORE, Dead Space and Mirror’s Edge, great new titles from the Sims, new family titles with Hasbro, and the highest quality slate of EA SPORTS titles on this generation of consoles. We’re also expanding beyond our core business with a series of direct-to-consumer launches including Warhammer Online.”

About Electronic Arts

Electronic Arts Inc. (EA), headquartered in Redwood City, California, is the world’s leading interactive entertainment software company.

Founded in 1982, the Company develops, publishes, and distributes interactive software worldwide for video game systems, personal computers, cellular handsets and the Internet. Electronic Arts markets its products under four brand names: EA SPORTS(TM), EA(TM), EA SPORTS Freestyle(TM) and POGO(TM). In fiscal 2008, EA posted GAAP net revenue of $3.67 billion and had 27 titles that sold more than one million copies. EA’s homepage and online game site is More information about EA’s products and full text of press releases can be found on the Internet at