With the first two project revealed a few days ago, EA and released the first, scant, details on two of the three new original IPs in development at EALA in collaboration with Academy Award winning director and producer, Steven Spielberg.
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EA is working with Steven Spielberg to create several titles for the latest round of consoles, and an article dated July 16 from Newsweek's N'Gai Croal reveals more details. PQRS, working title, is a action-puzzle simulator for the Wii blending Jenga style building-blocks with Saturday-morning cartoon, a physics heavy game that lets you manipulate blocks with the Wii remote. LMNO, working title, is an X360/PS3 action title, where you're an ex-secret agent, and the bond that you forge while on the run with the computer-controlled woman (good, bad, indifferent) determines the nature of her special abilities and the ways in which she'll assist you.
In another example of the videogame industry teaming with Hollywood talent, Steven Spielberg has signed an agreement with Electronic Arts to create three original videogame franchises. Initial work has already begun on the first title, but EA is keeping it tightly under wraps, though speculation is that it will be in the sci-fi or action/adventure genre.
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