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EA Sets Their Sights on Great Expectations.

In Seth Nicholas Abel on June 19, 2009 at 10:01 am
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"I expected you to bring a greatsword."

A teaser trailer suggests that Great Expectations will be the next in EA’s literature series. The video shows what we think is Pip holding Miss Havisham’s severed head in one hand, while Estella clings to his other arm over an abyss as hundreds of disembodied arms attempt to drag her down. Underneath reads the subtitle ‘No wisdom on earth could have given me the comfort that I should have derived from their simplicity and fidelity; but I could never, never, never, undo what I had done.

In a recent comment about the direction their company was going, EA said that “With all the hype surrounding the new Dante’s Inferno game we’re looking deeper into our royalty free options. This means all the money we save on writers can be used for things that really make EA great like executive bonuses and Hummers.”

One journalist at E3 after watching the video was heard saying, “Eh, not as good as I had hoped.”

EA Sets Their Sights on Great Expectations.

A teaser trailer suggests that Great Expectations will be the next in EA’s literature series. The video shows what we think is Pip holding Miss Havisham’s severed head in one hand, while Estella clings to his other arm over an abyss, hundreds of disembodied arms attempt to drag her down. Underneath reads the subtitle ‘No wisdom on earth could have given me the comfort that I should have derived from their simplicity and fidelity; but I could never, never, never, undo what I had done.’”

EA said in a recent comment about the direction their company was going “With all the hype surrounding the new Dante’s Inferno game we’re looking deeper into our royalty free options. This means all the money we save on writers can be used for things that really make EA great like executive bonuses and Hummers.”

One journalist at E3 after watching the video was heard saying, “Eh, not as good as I expected.”

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