List of Electronic Arts Games

List Of Electronic Arts Games

This is a list of video games published or developed by Electronic Arts.

This is an incomplete list, which may never be able to satisfy particular standards for completeness. You can help by expanding it with reliably sourced entries.
Video game platforms
3DO 3DO
3DS Nintendo 3DS
Ami Commodore Amiga
AppII Apple II
AppGS Apple IIGS
ATR Atari 8-bit family
BBC BBC Micro, Acorn Electron and BBC Master
C64 Commodore 64
CPC Amstrad CPC
DC Dreamcast
DOS DOS / MS-DOS
GBA Game Boy Advance
GBC Game Boy Color
GCN Nintendo GameCube
GG Sega Game Gear
iOS iOS (iPhone OS)
Jag Atari Jaguar
Lynx Atari Lynx
Mac Macintosh / Mac OS
N64 Nintendo 64
NDS Nintendo DS
NES Nintendo Entertainment System / Famicom
NGE N-Gage
PS1 PlayStation / PSone
PS2 PlayStation 2
PS3 PlayStation 3
PSP PlayStation Portable
PSVita PlayStation Vita
Sat Sega Saturn
SCD Sega Mega-CD
SMD Sega Mega Drive / Genesis
SMS Sega Master System
SNES Super NES / Super Famicom
ST Atari ST
TRSCC TRS-80 Color Computer
VC Virtual Console (Wii)
Wii Wii
WiiU Wii U
Win Microsoft Windows
X360 Xbox 360
Xbox Xbox
ZX ZX Spectrum
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