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I wonder how much money EA makes on 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil

2:45 PM on 04.17.2014

Steven Hansen

Features Editor

We are one (profit oriented business)

Every four years, many of us pretend to be fans of il calcio -- I'm sorry, soccer -- for the global spectacle that is the World Cup.

Every four years, EA releases an extra, novelty soccer game (in addition to its annual FIFA series) themed around the World Cup and mildly pared down so it's a bit more accessible, a bit more pick up and play. More exciting goal scoring opportunities.

So here's 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil feat. Pitbull and Jennifer Lopez. A $60 videogame cashing in on fan fervor and novelty, sandwiched between the last $60 FIFA and the next $60 one coming out this year. 

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