Josh Hinke from Explosion writes: " It is safe to say that 2013 was a year to forget for Electronic Arts. Despite small victories here and there, the year was largely abysmal for one of the largest publishers in games. In one year the company dealt with the departure of its CEO, being unofficially voted the worst company in America, and dealt with two massive server issues effecting two of its highest profile games. Yes, it is safe to say that Electronic Arts’ New Years Eve party was a welcomed sight for the company, a chance to start fresh. And start fresh they have, while Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare was a fine release for the company early in the year, the crown-jewel, Titanfall, has been a huge win for the studio, as they hoped it would be."