April Fool’s Day has exploded on the internet, with everyone going beyond simple jokes and pranks. Yesterday’s tweets from the Frostbite account were no different, were the Wii U was mockingly made fun of in terms of its capabilities and the Frostbite engine. Apparently Peter Moore felt the need to apologize for the tweets, which he did on his personal Twitter account. He issued an apology both to Nintendo of America and its fans, calling the tweets unacceptable and stupid.
It’s nice to see an apology from EA top brass, but it still stings when the person apologizing is the same person who announced that games would no longer be coming to the Wii U despite an “unprecedented partnership.”
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TAGS: EA, electronic arts, Peter Moore