The previous Thursday, the 22nd, came an announcement that Electronic Arts, the shockingly large video game producer and development firm, and DTI Software, a leading developer of IFE(In Flight Entertainment) have struck a deal with each other to bring Maxis's reality simulation game [i]The Sims 2[/i] and several games from Pogo.net such as [i]Great Escapes[/i], [i]Tri-Peaks Solitare[/i] and [i]Word Womp[/i] to airline companies all across the world thereby giving the passenger something more to do then read the in flight magazine 17 times. DTI will handle this increase in the choices of IFE by signing license agreements with large companies such as EA to provide a new level of entertainment for distribution to the 62 airline companies that DTI does business with. Pogo.com's stock of over 100 games will be added to round out the selection and provide an alternative to [i]The Sims 2[/i] because, let's face it, even virtual reality gets dull. No concrete plans have yet been announced as how this will be implemented, but rest assured that as the details come through MyGamer.com will have all the information for you to digest. For the initial press release you can view it here at http://ea.gamespress.com/link.asp?i=692&r=7372&r2=5233. Dream those heady dreams.
Nick McCavitt at firstname.lastname@example.org