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Join Date: Sep 2005
Disney should buy Electronic Arts?
This is the council that sets the well serious Wall Street Journal to U.S. giant Disney. The reasons are simple: first, EA has lost its financial superb lately, its value rising from 19 to "only" 7.7 billion dollars. Two would allow Disney to save some $ 200 million that the company spends each year to develop its own games (High School Musical ...), while enjoying very strong licenses as Madden and others level sports (Disney has the sports channel ESPN) or the latest Mirror's Edge and Dead Space. Beautiful (and juicy) prospects adaptations in movies or cartoons. Some Guys from Kotaku add that it is imaginable to entrust the development of games based on Disney licenses (all their forthcoming films ...) in the EA studios, instead of spending as it does today by THQ in leaving a share of the (huge) profits. This is a council, but to look more closely, it does not seem foolish if it ... Kotaku.com