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In 2009 the Godfather 2 brings up mixed feelings - EA's game can't compete with Mafia.
In 2009 the Godfather 2 brings up mixed feelings - EA's game can't compete with Mafia. [Source: Cynamite]

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The adventure Nectropolis is something for slightly older gamers. It was released in 1994 but wasn't able to compete with the games released by Lucas Arts.
Genewars anno 1996: Sometimes even Bullfrog can fail.
Star Wars: Episode I - Battle for Naboo isn't able to impress anyone back in 2000.
In 2001 many reviewers didn't like the Mystery Adventure Majestic.
When it was released, FIFA Manager 07 suffered from technical bugs. Even the add-on the fans could buy, wasn't able to fix them.
Armies of Exigo reaches rather low scores in 2004, although those gamers who really dug into the mechanics might have got some entertainment.
While Black & White 1 was able to impress with the new gameplay, the sequel doesn't stand up to the requirements of many gamers.
Battlefield Heroes is finally released in 2009 and the reviews are not too bad, but the game doesn't get much coverage anymore.
Many reviewers don't talk too good about the Dragon Age:Origins DLC Return to Ostagar.
NfS in trouble: Need for Speed ProStreet gets only low review scores in 2007.
Some of the add-ons of Spore are disliked by the gamers, and there are even some PC gamers who would take the game game itself for free.
Many reviewers agree that EA didn't do a good thing with the Mass Effect 2 DLC Kasumi.
Command and Conquer Renegade gets some not-to-bad scores in 2002, but in matters of gaming experience the excursion into the action genre isn't very convincing.
Need for Speed: Undercover does a lot of damage to the reputation of the NfS series and EA - the licensed cars can't make up for the bad gameplay.
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