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EA Los Angeles (also known as EA LA) is a video game developer founded originally in 1995 as DreamWorks Interactive LLC, a subsidiary of DreamWorks SKG.

The company was acquired by Electronic Arts in 2000 from the film studio (and Microsoft, which had part ownership of the company)[1] and in 2003 merged with the Westwood Studios (the original creators of the Command & Conquer Series) and EA Pacific (originally Westwood Pacific) to create the new Electronic Arts Los Angeles development studios.[2] Soon after many of the staff who worked at Westwood Studios came back together to form Petroglyph Games.[3]

Games developed by DreamWorks Interactive[]

Title Release Date Platform
Someone's in the Kitchen! 1996 PC
Goosebumps: Escape from Horrorland 1996 PC
The Neverhood October 31, 1996 PC
Skullmonkeys 1997 PlayStation
Jurassic Park: Chaos Island May 1997 PC
Goosebumps: Attack of the Mutant May 1, 1997 PC
Dilbert's Desktop Games September 30, 1997 PC
The Lost World: Jurassic Park November 17, 1997 PlayStation
Small Soldiers September 30, 1998 PlayStation
Small Soldiers: Squad Commander September 30, 1998 Personal computer
Boom Bots 1999 PlayStation
T'ai Fu: Wrath of the Tiger February 28, 1999 PlayStation
Antz September 30, 1999 Game Boy Color
Jurassic Park: Trespasser October 28, 1998 PC
Warpath: Jurassic Park October 31, 1999 PlayStation
Medal of Honor November 11, 1999 PlayStation
Medal of Honor: Underground October 23, 2000 PlayStation
Clive Barker's Undying February 7, 2001 PC

Games developed by EA Los Angeles[]

Future games developed by EA Los Angeles[]

  • LMNO — (PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC - TBA)
  • Mercs Inc (working title)- (TBC)
  • Medal of Honor (2010 video game) (single-player aspect) — (PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC - Fall 2010)

Cancelled games developed by EA Los Angeles[]

  • Tiberium — (PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC - Cancelled)
  • Bejeweled 2 - (PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Nintendo DS/Nintendo DSi - Cancelled)

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Danger Close Software[]

Danger Close is a new studio formed within EA Los Angeles, and D.I.C.E. Their first project will be the single player mode of Medal of Honor for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC.[4]


  1. Farmer, Melanie Austria (2000-02-24). Electronic Arts to buy DreamWorks, Microsoft venture. Retrieved on 2009-06-19
  2. Parker, Sam (2003-01-29). EA consolidates studios, closes Westwood. GameSpot. Retrieved on 2009-06-19
  3. Crews, Steven (2009-04-28). Petroglyph Studios CEO Chuck Kroegel on Their Upcoming Action-Strategy MMO, Mytheon. Retrieved on 2009-06-19
  4. Paden, Jamal Retrieved 2010-07-24

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