Which abandoned Electronic Arts (EA) Franchise would you like brought back?

Which series/game should EA bring back?


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#1
Whew, EA has got years of franchises on its belt so I know many people have a lot to say on this one. Which of EA's library would you like to see come back that were abandoned by EA (there's a lot)? Let's take a look at some small examples of the many games it abandoned:
  1. Road Rash
  2. Ultima Series
  3. Wing Commander
  4. Medal of Honor
  5. Dead Space
  6. Command and Conquer
  7. Sims Series (Sim City, The Sims, Sim Copter, etc.)
  8. Fight Night
  9. Army of Two
And much more. So with that being said, which Electronic Arts Game series (or individual game) would you like to see EA Return to? (Be sure to vote other in the poll and mention the game in post if your favorite is not an option)
 

Guileless

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Army of Two. So much wasted potential.

I'd also like EA to bring back a recognizably good Need For Speed instead of the microtransaction factories they put out now labelled NFS.
 
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I really like the Medal of Honor Series, I wouldn't mind seeing that series make a revival but The Mercenaries is the one I'd like to see make a comeback, I really like that series
 
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Even if it is without the original Origin developers, a final Crusader game, even in 3D, would be the long awaited conclusion to the series. It was one of the few games that needed a third and final sequel yet had to get cancelled due to financial arguments between Origin and EA
 
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While I'm screaming for Dead Space to come back, it'd be really cool to see a proper and modern Road Rash. I've been wanting that for decades, haha.
 
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Does the Street series count if I want it applied to a sport that never got the original treatment? I always thought NHL Street would have been a perfect entry for the series, but it was completely overlooked.
 
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Little Big Adventure. I have no idea how it would work today with current game design. I guess isometric action is considered outdated after 3d. There's probably something that could be done with it that sets it apart from third or first person 3d games. I like in particular how you can have a kind of cute play happening on screen from a disembodied perspective. Maybe as a vr game
 
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For all intents and purposes Star Citizen is Wing Commander, for the "today generation"....unlikely they would go back to that franchise..
 

LordKite

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It saddens me incredibly that not a single reply that I saw listed the true answer...

Skate

I need Skate 4 and not just because EA hates America, unless Skate 4. I was a big fan of 2, bought Skate 3 on launch, I still love those games.
#Skate4
 
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Where the fuck is Burnout in the poll? Or skate? Or SSX? Or NBA Street?

Literally the four EA franchises I want back, yet none of them make the list lol.

Also isnt Sims still ongoing? They never abandoned it. We got a console port of sims 4 like last fall.
 
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These four series are way more important than the some of the ones listed (also Sims is still ongoing so it shouldnt even be on there)
Not really. Also The Sims hasn't has a new entry since 2014 nor had Sim City. Some os game using the name of SIm City was thrown out there but it wasn't really Sim City. Not to mention that still leaves the Sims anyway. It's also their second best selling franchise.
 
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Ty isn't EA, it's Chrome.

EA really never had a platformed now that I think about it. I think they had some licensed games but that's it. Well, I guess you could "technically" count Mirrors Edge but...
Oh right, didn't know they retained the rights, but google search tells me that Activsion even published the third game. Good on Krome. Which leaves me with only one actual EA series I like, Burnout.