NuFX

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NuFX
Subsidiary
IndustryVideo game development
HeadquartersHoffman Estates, IL, United States
ProductsBeavis and Butthead, Viacom New Media, Sega Game Gear

Aaron VS Ruth Baseball, Mindscape, PC

PGA Tour '96, EA Sports, Sega Genesis

PGA Tour ’98, EA Sports, PlayStation

NBA Live ’99 EA Sports, PlayStation

NBA Live 2000, EA Sports, PlayStation/Nintendo 64

NBA Live 2001, EA Sports, PlayStation

March Madness 2002, EA Sports, PlayStation 2

NBA Live 2002, EA Sports, PlayStation

NBA Live 2003, EA Sports, PlayStation

March Madness 2003, EA Sports, PlayStation 2

FIFA 2004, EA Sports, PlayStation

NBA Street, EA Big, Sony PlayStation 2/Nintendo GameCube

NBA Street Volume 2, EA Big, PlayStation 2/Nintendo GameCube, Xbox

Fight Night 2004, EA Sports, PlayStation 2/Xbox
ParentElectronic Arts, Inc

NuFX was a video game developer, headquartered in Hoffman Estates, Illinois, United States. NuFX is famous for developing the NBA Street video game series. They were acquired by Electronic Arts on February 13, 2004. Their name was changed to EA Chicago. Before their acquisition by Electronic Arts they had already worked with them on the NCAA March Madness, NBA LIVE and FIFA Soccer series.[1] It was closed November 6, 2007 due to failure to meet profit targets.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "NuFX joins EA Worldwide Studios". Electronic Arts. 2004-02-13. Archived from the original on 2015-09-24. Retrieved 2008-04-13.
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2008-03-04. Retrieved 2010-08-20.

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