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NCRaider:

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--- Quote from: HELLRAIDER on May 12, 2010, 06:54:18 PM --- x box 360!   gamer tag is       oaklandraider77

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JUST CHANGED MY GAMER TAG  XBOX 360 ===========HELLRAIDER77

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sold my x box and got a PS3.............i know...........crazy......................but i only play sports games and the PS3 has MLB the show................which is the best video game i have ever played..................and I can play all my sports games on 1 unit now......where The  SHOW is only available on PS3............second best game is now NHL..............................the SHOW blows MLB 2K11 out of the water......................My gamer tag will be HELLRAIDER77 once playstation network comes back up sometime next week..........it was hacked or something!

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Don't you think you should tell me these things? LOL! No more madden sparing partner...

HELLRAIDER:

--- Quote from: HELLRAIDER on August 19, 2010, 10:26:58 PM ---
--- Quote from: HELLRAIDER on May 12, 2010, 06:54:18 PM --- x box 360!   gamer tag is       oaklandraider77

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JUST CHANGED MY GAMER TAG  XBOX 360 ===========HELLRAIDER77

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sold my x box and got a PS3.............i know...........crazy......................but i only play sports games and the PS3 has MLB the show................which is the best video game i have ever played..................and I can play all my sports games on 1 unit now......where The  SHOW is only available on PS3............second best game is now NHL..............................the SHOW blows MLB 2K11 out of the water......................My gamer tag will be HELLRAIDER77 once playstation network comes back up sometime next week..........it was hacked or something!

HELLRAIDER:

--- Quote from: Millernation on April 01, 2011, 05:26:26 PM ---The creator of the original John Madden Football video game is suing Electronic Arts.
 
Robin Antonick, who developed the first Madden title released in 1988 for MS-DOS, Commodore, and Apple II platforms, claims EA owes him a substantial amount of unpaid royalties. Antonick says the contract he signed with the publisher in 1986 was never terminated and in fact remains in force to this day.
 
The contract requires EA to pay Antonick royalties on not only the versions of Madden developed by him, but also any derivative works. Antonick alleges EA is using software he originally developed in the current generation of software for its Madden titles.
 
"Only recently, as a result of publicity surrounding the 20th Anniversary of the Madden video game, did Antonick become aware that Electronic Arts did not independently develop subsequent versions of its Madden NFL software," the complaint says. "Instead, according to recent statements by Electronic Arts founder Trip Hawkins, the current generation of software apparently was derived from software developed by Antonick."
 
Antonick is seeking tens of millions of unpaid royalties owed to him under the contract and requests EA pays him an amount equal to the profits the publisher earned for the franchise, which to date has sold 85 million copies for over $4 billion in sales.
 
"Unknown to Antonick, Electronic Arts decided that it did not want to share these profits with him even though he was responsible for the development of virtually all the ground-breaking technology at the heart of the game even though Electronic Arts had committed to a long term relationship in which it would pay him royalties over the entire life of the franchise," the lawsuit says.
 
Tiffany Steckler, an EA spokesperson, said in an e-mail: "The complaint and its 20 year-old claim are utterly without merit."
 

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You can bet your sweet ass that if the boys dont play football this year I certainly wont be buying MADDEN..........besides..........the NHL game is way freakin' better!

Millernation:
The creator of the original John Madden Football video game is suing Electronic Arts.
 
Robin Antonick, who developed the first Madden title released in 1988 for MS-DOS, Commodore, and Apple II platforms, claims EA owes him a substantial amount of unpaid royalties. Antonick says the contract he signed with the publisher in 1986 was never terminated and in fact remains in force to this day.
 
The contract requires EA to pay Antonick royalties on not only the versions of Madden developed by him, but also any derivative works. Antonick alleges EA is using software he originally developed in the current generation of software for its Madden titles.
 
"Only recently, as a result of publicity surrounding the 20th Anniversary of the Madden video game, did Antonick become aware that Electronic Arts did not independently develop subsequent versions of its Madden NFL software," the complaint says. "Instead, according to recent statements by Electronic Arts founder Trip Hawkins, the current generation of software apparently was derived from software developed by Antonick."
 
Antonick is seeking tens of millions of unpaid royalties owed to him under the contract and requests EA pays him an amount equal to the profits the publisher earned for the franchise, which to date has sold 85 million copies for over $4 billion in sales.
 
"Unknown to Antonick, Electronic Arts decided that it did not want to share these profits with him even though he was responsible for the development of virtually all the ground-breaking technology at the heart of the game even though Electronic Arts had committed to a long term relationship in which it would pay him royalties over the entire life of the franchise," the lawsuit says.
 
Tiffany Steckler, an EA spokesperson, said in an e-mail: "The complaint and its 20 year-old claim are utterly without merit."
 

Millernation:
Has anyone seen the Serena Williams top spin 4 commercial banned from television?

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