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|Technology - Video Games|
|Tuesday, 07 August 2012 04:00|
During the E3 2011 Electronic Arts announced a partnership with Nintendo to bring great things for the new U Wii, but if this rumor is true, such treatment has gone overboard in a dispute about Origin and Nintendo Network, and all for EA got greedy.
According to a reddit user, effectively the two companies were working together and benefiting from development kits before anyone else for EA and a contract to help it to Nintendo to build the ecosystem for the Wii online U.
So far everything was fine, but when Nintendo showed the new Nintendo EA Network and Miiverse, executives from the U.S. company's eyes lit up and decided to offer a deal to add smartphone and tablet functions and interactions between communities, Facebook and Twitter, among other monads-that could rival the PSN and Xbox Live.
But of course that such beauty could not be free because he had one condition: Nintendo Network should be part of Origin and use the code and interface with it. You know, from the same Origin that installs spyware on computers .
This of course would mean that the Network would be exclusive to Nintendo Origin which simply did not convince Nintendo, as this would give "problems with quality control" and that EA would be who would charge, since technically this would be your network.
Following the refusal of Nintendo, EA has decided to cut largely support the assumption that the Wii would get U in question to the publication of several titles. Wow, that resentful but Ubisoft says that the decision was pleased enough.
Remember this is only a rumor and if there is no statement from either of the two companies, we can only notice it if EA games for the Wii U comes months later (if they leave) and full of bugs.