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When I woke up this morning and found that several members of the Electronic Arts forums were ready to burn the mother f***er down over a $20 credit that was abused by the gaming public all weekend, I died a little inside. Did you know that Electronic Arts has control over some of the most beloved IPs in the world?

I started to think about all the good they could do with classsic franchises like Syndicate (X-COM: Enemy Unknown opened the door for more strategy games!) or new favorites like Mirror's Edge. How are they ever gonna publish another game if they're constantly screwing the pooch in the Origin store?

I kept thinking about how current releases from the house Madden built could be different if I were the CEO... But enough about me, this is Tell GameRevolution. This is about you! Tell us....

How would you run Electronic Arts?

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