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Friday, July 14, 2006
EA Unveils Development on Six Titles for Nintendo's Wii


Electronic Arts today revealed six new games that are in development for the upcoming Wii from Nintendo.

EA's dedicated Wii development team is crafting six custom-designed titles including new releases from the Madden NFL, Need for Speed, Harry Potter, Tiger Woods PGA TOUR (R), SSX and The Godfather franchises. Each title will remain true to the hallmarks of its franchise but is being designed to maximize the power of the Wii hardware and take full advantage of the innovation of its one-of-a-kind controller. The Wii version of Madden NFL will be demonstrated for a group of elite critics and industry media later today at EA's Studio Showcase 2006.

Additional titles currently under development will be announced in the coming months.


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