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Topic - Evan Wilson
In a note to investors last week, Pacific Crest Securities analyst Evan Wilson said EA has had its "worst stretch of execution ever" recently.
He said holiday season sales of its "Medal of Honor" game were disappointing, and high-profile games released this year have received poor reviews.