EA cleans house at Montreal studio, most staff members laid off

Shawn Knight

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EA has reportedly handed out another wave of pink slips to several unfortunately employees. Specifically, we are hearing that nearly the entire staff of EA Mobile Montreal is out of work. EA has confirmed layoffs have taken place but didn’t...

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Skidmarksdeluxe

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This website really needs to have others proofread their work.
I would like to see you write this article.
You are criticising a commenter on the fact that the commenter was criticising the article for having basic grammar mistakes? It's not the commenter's job to get it right.
It's not? Then who's job is it? It's obviously a typo that slipped through. We all make 'em.
 
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Darth Shiv

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It's not? Then who's job is it? It's obviously a typo that slipped through. We all make 'em.
It was 5 paragraphs. I didn't point it out but reading it, it appears unprofessional. That's my perception and obviously someone else's as well. Sure typos happen but in 5 paragraphs, the writer or an editor should pick it up.
 

Jad Chaar

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It was 5 paragraphs. I didn't point it out but reading it, it appears unprofessional. That's my perception and obviously someone else's as well. Sure typos happen but in 5 paragraphs, the writer or an editor should pick it up.
We all make mistakes. Let us put this argument to bed.
 

kebab2000

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If EA spent less time interfering with developers and forcing inappropriate multiplayer and micro transactions things might work out a little better for them.