Go check it out.
he was making EA games on 360 better than ps3 on purpose
There's obviously an inside job going on; Peter Moore is being paid by Microsoft to cripple EA games for the PS3, just look at the Skate demo for example; EA said they gave it to Sony over three weeks ago "its nothing to do with us" but on the official Sony blog one of the bloggers said that EA handed it in last week! - EA are lying scum.
You have no idea how funny your conspiracy theory is. Thanks for the laugh, dude! :-D
I like Peter Moore. He's awesome. End. And yes, that conspiracy theory was hilarious.
he has been geekin' it out on his 360 and, like all of ea, NOT working.
0_o Fanboy much?
im just waiting for the madden 360 exclusive deal.
One sec he's kissing 360's ass and saying he knows it'll come out #1, now he saying he doesn't know which console will come first? He's worst then Sony's Peter Dille.
Hmm. Maybe 'cause he was working for Microsoft? He's not going to be trying to pro Microsoft and go "Yeah, PS3 rules" now is he?
the only EA sports game i want is a new gen SSX
EA Sports is old news. I don't even like those types of sports games anyway. It is true that Peter Moore is one of the big owners of EA and the CEO of Microsoft's Xbox 360. So he's in it for the money and Bill Gates has a lot of it. Bribery is what it comes down to. He knows what the PS3 is capable of now and in the future over the next gen consoles out now. But guess what KZ2, MGS4, Eight Days, Project Offset, Heavenly Sword and games like that make up for the fact that one of Sony's best titles Madden has taken a fall for the worse.
Heavenly Sword failed to meet expectations. As for the rest of those titles mentioned, they're not even out. :-/
Every night when all the developers are home he breaks into ea and tweaks the code so it runs better on the xbox 360 :P
nothing better than having a cup of coffee with peter
i dont care if he is or isnt favoring 360 over ps3, im still not buying their crap
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