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Electronic Arts (EA) Video Game Franchises

Can you name these video game franchises produced or owned by Electronic Arts(EA)?
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Last updated: April 28, 2023
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A rival to the Call of Duty series focused more on squad combat and tactics.
Started with 1942 and includes other games like Hardline
Battlefield
A racing series with a crash mode picked up by EA in the third game of the series.
Games include Takedown, Paradise, and Revenge.
Burnout
A Base Constructing Real Time Strategy series played from different story
perspectives. Games include Red Alert, Renegade and Tiberium Wars
Command and Conquer
Play as engineer Isaac Clarke battling mutated horrors created by artifacts known
as Red Markers.
Dead Space
In a land called Thedas play as a member of the Grey Wardens in the first title RPG,
or a member of the Hawke family in the sequel action based game. Games include Inquisition and Origins.
Dragon Age
Save humanity as Commander Shepard through a trilogy of character-driven space-faring games. Includes many different races such as Turians, Quarians, and Asari
Mass Effect
A shooter franchise that features the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) in WWII in covert operations and in later games, more frontline gameplay. Games include Underground, Frontline, and Vanguard
Medal of Honor
Another racing series with police chases, drifting, and car customization. Games include Underground, Hot Pursuit, and Most Wanted.
Need for Speed
A rival series to Tony Hawk, this franchise features "flick-it" tricks and a more grounded realistic style of play. Three games are in the series.
Skate
An Open-World RPG series started in 1981 with three trilogies set in different Ages such as Darkness, Englightenment, and Armageddon. Later games introduce a system of "Virtues" to aspire to in gameplay.
Ultima
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