Gary Swaby of The Koalition writes:
Welcome to episode 98 of the Co-op podcast. We’re two weeks away from the big one, but in the meantime there’s much to discuss during this busy gaming month. This week Charles Singletary and Michael A once again debated over whether EA Access is a valuable service. During this debate the discussion turned to the question of whether EA could survive without Sony and Microsoft. They’re one of the publishers that has a lot of power because of their licenses, so they could pretty much sell directly to their consumers on whatever platform they choose.
But could they realistically survive without publishing on the two biggest consoles on the market? On the contrary, could Sony and Microsoft survive without EA? There are many Fifa and Madden only gamers in the world, so it’s definitely an interesting thought. Let us know what you think.