Electronic Arts took its sweet time in warming up to Microsoft and its Xbox Live Service, but now they're one of the biggest profiteers of its online marketplace. You'd imagine they'd be right on board for PlayStation Network, as well, but that doesn't seem to be the case -- yet.
EA CEO Larry Probst spoke at length with Newsweek recently, who said they're still working out the details. "They have one model in mind, and we have something else in mind," said Probst. Could Sony and EA be having trouble coming to an agreement? Seems so, but over what? Sony's emphasized how much control publishers have over content on PlayStation Network, and while we fully expect EA to be on board soon enough, the hold up's a bit strange.