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Submitted by Johnny Cullen 2098d ago | news

DICE "feels good" Under Riccitiello's EA

Eurogamer: "Working for Electronic Arts since John Riccitiello returned "feels good", according to DICE creative director Lars Gustavsson, and the chief executive's focus on quality over quantity is "definitely the right direction".

"On a daily basis you can definitely feel the sheer interest in making good new IPs, good games, quality; that DICE is recognised for being DICE the studio and not just part of a big company," Gustavsson told Eurogamer for today's Battlefield: Bad Company 2 preview.

"I think that the EA you see today - and I hear that from basically everyone on the outside - is a different EA, and yes, change doesn't come overnight, but I think we're starting to see the fruit of this process. [Look at] Dead Space and everything. It's definitely the right direction and I'm happy to see that people recognise it." (Battlefield: Bad Company 2, Dev, Industry, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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