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Old 02-28-2017, 05:46 PM   #9
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If he does for Liverpool what he did for the Genre of video game Football, Liverpool fans are in trouble. He did bring EA a lot of success though, knows how to run a tight ship.
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Old 02-28-2017, 05:51 PM   #10
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we might get PC madden maybe not for 2018 but 2019 2020 could happened


mr moore was the biggest reason EA did not make sports on PC other than FIFA


A PC madden with XBOX 1 PS4 tech could sale big esp in the uk
I have committed to not buying Madden until it is on PC again. I have not played one down of Madden 17(did not purchase). EA is missing the boat on PC it is a totally different market than when they scrapped Madden PC in 07 or whatever year that was(last release Madden 08)
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Re: Peter Moore Is Leaving EA for Liverpool FC

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If he does for Liverpool what he did for the Genre of video game Football, Liverpool fans are in trouble. He did bring EA a lot of success though, knows how to run a tight ship.
Peter Moore was employed by Microsoft from 2003 to 2007 as the head of their fledgling XBOX brand; after he left for EA, he was succeeded by Don Mattrick. To that end, Moore had nothing to do with the NFL exclusivity negotiations. If anything, Moore's high-level steering as the head of EA Sports (and later EA in general) helped to right the Madden NFL ship after a rocky Gen-3 presence to the far more stable and mechanically robust Gen-4 games we enjoy today.

Heck, Electronic Arts as a total humongous company is in better shape and has a better reputation than it did even two years ago, especially with recent quality releases such as Battlefield 1, Titanfall 2, Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare, Unravel, and so on. In fact, EA was the top-ranked publisher on Metacritic in 2016, rising from 7th the previous year. Moore's leadership no doubt influenced those positive changes.

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