The giant game publisher will still have first option rights on any game ideas developed by Stupid Fun Club. Essentially, the move gives Wright more creative autonomy and less publisher-imposed restraints while still holding on to many of the benefits of a powerhouse like EA. Additionally, Wright hopes to develop new concepts that can become more than just video games, looking at possible television, toys, movies and Internet ventures.
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