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OP-ED: Things Could Be Worse for THQ

THQ is not in the greatest position it’s ever found itself, what with it facing a potential NASDAQ delisting and its lowest stock prices since the mid-90s. Earlier this year there were rumors the publisher had canceled its entire slate of 2014 games, including its MMO Warhammer 40,000: Dark Millennium Online . This was quickly denied , although the company has laid off a large number of employees since then in an attempt to restructure its business

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Gamers Reflect on What They’ll Miss Most About the Old Days

Gaming is rapidly changing. Whether we’re talking about things becoming more digital or new business models or whatever else, the industry already looks a great deal different than it did 10 or 20 years ago and that’s only going to continue in the coming decades.

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OP-ED: EA Being Named America’s Worst Company is Crazy

Electronic Arts is the winner (loser?) of The Consumerist ‘s annual Worst Company in America tournament this year. Following a round of nominations and weeks of head-to-head, March Madness-style voting, the Redwood City, California-based videogame publisher was named the top vote-getter in the finals today in which it was squaring off against Bank of America. Before going any further it’s important to note this is an Internet poll, and as such can’t be taken as an actual indication of what the population believes is the worst company around.