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Miyamoto hired at EA. Following last month’s announcement that Nintendo game producer Shigeru Miyamoto would leave the company in July, EA announced earlier thi

Following last month’s announcement that Nintendo game producer Shigeru Miyamoto would leave the company in July, EA announced earlier this evening at a press conference that they would be working with Miyamoto to create several new franchises in 2014.

“We are very honored to be working with Mr. Miyamoto, who has shown a big interest in our wide publication of franchises.”

said Larry Probst, temporary CEO of EA, at the press conference.
This turn of event might shine a bit of light on EA, which earlier this year received the award for ‘Worst company in America’ on You need to login to view this link .

Miyamoto said in the press release announcing his partnership:

“I am happy to work with Electronic Arts, and as with my time with Nintendo, I believe I can apply many of my daily activities to create new franchises”.

Probst announced that Miyamoto would be re-booting the Medal of Honor franchise with a new installment scheduled for release in 2015.

Miyamoto hired at EA
Shigeru Miyamoto
Following last month' s announcement that Nintendo game producer Shigeru Miyamoto would leave the
company in July, EA announced earlier this evening at a press conference that they would be working with
Miyamoto to create several new franchises in 2014.
We are very honored to be working with Mr. Miyamoto, who has shown a big interest in our wide
publication of franchises. "
said Larry Proust, temporary CEO of EA, at the press conference.
This turn of event might shine a bit of light on EA, which earlier this year received the award for 'Worst
company in America' on
Miyamoto said in the press release announcing his partnership:
it am happy to work with Electronic Arts, and as with my time with Nintendo, t believe t can apply
many of my daily activities to create new franchises".
Probst announced that Miyamoto would be the Medal of Honor franchise with a new installment
scheduled for release in 2015.
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