They're not so keen on licences nowadays.
Still waiting for its cut.
"GTA-style" with RTS elements.
It's mighty likely, according to EA.
EA clarifies the situation.
A game licence EA couldn't refuse.
Quality issues hold it back.
So says the New York Times.
Top director wants to put new EA title in a concrete overcoat and throw it off the Brooklyn Bridge.
In addition to the new features you've probably spotted to the left, we've also got an new screenshots and artwork, an intro cinematic, and a video of Duvall and Caan re-recording dialogue.
David De Martini, vice president and executive producer at EA Redwood Shores, discusses family, respect, and making a game based on one of the most-loved movie franchises ever.
James Caan, Robert Duvall and the late Marlon Brando have all contributed, the soundtrack is authentic and the style is distinctly GTA-esque.
And we've got it on Eurofiles.
EA is targeting Hollywood superstars Robert de Niro and Al Pacino for involvement in its Godfather games. Notice the plural, you schmuck.
Look how they massacred my boy.