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U.S. retail sales of video game hardware, software and accessories fell 21 percent in August to $649 million, according to market researcher NPD Group, partly because the popular "Madden NFL 12" released later in the month than usual.
Electronic Arts Inc. said Tuesday that it will buy PopCap Games for at least $750 million in a bid to snag a larger piece of the rapidly growing market for games on cell phones and social networks.
Video game publisher Electronic Arts Inc. says its quarterly net income rose fivefold on strong revenue from online games and titles such as "Crysis 2" and "Dragon Age 2," sending shares higher in after-hours trading.
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Military bases across the U.S. have banned the sale of a new video game that lets a player pretend to be a Taliban fighter and "shoot" U.S. troops in Afghanistan.
Video game publisher Electronic Arts Inc. reported stronger results than it had forecast, boosted by solid sales of games such as "2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa," "Scrabble" for Apple Inc.'s iPad and digital add-on content for older titles.