EA lashes out at licensed games

"Bloom" is lost in licensed video games market says publisher; no more Godfather titles planned.
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Publisher EA has once again poured scorn over the licensed games market – a sector it was once famed for bossing.

Following reportedly disappointing sales of recent console release The Godfather II, the president of the EA Games label Frank Gibeau told the LA Times that: “We're not going to do another Godfather game… the bloom is really off the rose for licensed games.”

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