Nintendo and third parties sued over Wii exercise game patents
Electronic Arts, Ubisoft, THQ, Konami, Namco Bandai, and Majesco allegedly infringed on patents held by interactive sports simulation maker Impulse Technologies.
EA Sports Active 2.0 target of trademark lawsuit
The Active Network takes Electronic Arts to court over online-enabled PS3 and Wii sequel to its gaming fitness franchise.
EA touts Sports Active accreditation
University of Wisconsin study finds the EA Sports Active series meets US guidelines for exercise.
EA Sports Active 2.0 official, will feature 'wireless control system'
Sequel to popular workout game confirmed for PS3, Wii, and iPhone; will use heart-rate monitor, store data on online hub; Xbox 360 version MIA.
EA Sports Active series sales top $125M, PS3/360 spin-offs hinted at
Label president Peter Moore tells investors that fitness genre is a billion-dollar industry; talks up "authentic sports action" for upcoming motion control systems.
EA's Moore talks 2010 Tiger Woods plans
Q&A: EA Sports' president answers questions on the decision to keep controversial cover athlete; Tiger Woods Online's open beta, the MLB license, and dwindling PSP support.
EA Sports offering rewards debit card
[UPDATE] Reloadable prepaid Visa card lets gamers earn points for shopping at select online, brick-and-mortar retailers, redeemable for publishing label titles.
Shippin' Out Nov. 15-21: Assassin's Creed II, New Super Mario Bros., Tony Hawk Ride, L4D2
Hectic week at retail sees headliners joined by more EA Sports Active, RE: Darkside Chronicles, God of War Collection, first Sims 3 expansion, NCAA Basketball 10, LBP PSP, more.
AU Shippin' Out November 16-20: Assassin's Creed II
Ezio sneaks onto retail shelves down under this week.
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