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HD Remakes aren't in EA's culture, says Peter Moore

Peter Moore has said that remakes "aren't in EA's culture," and that EA would rather concentrate on innovating rather than reliving the past.

“It feels like pushing stuff out because you’ve run out of ideas," EA COO Peter Moore told IGN. "Remakes, because of who we are, and this broad portfolio of intellectual property… you add all that together, I don’t know where we find the time to do remakes.

"We’re a company that just likes to push forward. For a lot of companies, remakes are a way to drive revenue. It’s sub-cost, it’s an IP that’s there, you can remaster, and that’s great. We don’t do that here. I don’t think that’s ever been in our culture."

There are likely plenty of titles in the the EA back catalogue that people would love a remaster of, such as the Mass Effect Trilogy, Road Rash, Burnout and even the Jungle and Desert Strike games. While it's possible that these titles could be revisited as part of a new game in the future, it seems that EA is just not interested when it comes to remastering them.

Edited On 19 Oct, 2015

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CHRISTOPHER 1 year ago
Jungle strike and desert strike are classics
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ANDREW 1 year ago
They remake the same games every year they just call it ea sports
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jay.hamilton 1 year ago
but, but, but, Mass Effect Trilogy

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