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Electronic Arts Black Box (formely known as Black Box Games) was a video game developer founded in 1983 and based in Vancouver, Canada.

In 2002, Black Box Games was purchased by Electronic Arts and became an associated company by EA Canada. Black Box has focussed heavily on the Need for Speed franchise although they have also created the Skate IP and developed several NHL titles.

Since 2012 Criterion Games has replaced EA Black Box as the main developer of the Need for Speed series.[1] On the same year, the studio was renamed to Quicklime Games, whose logo can be seen in a startup screen of Need for Speed: World.

Developed Need for Speed titles

Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit 2 2002 (PlayStation 2 release)
Need for Speed: Underground 2003 (Gamecube, PC, PlayStation 2 & Xbox releases)
Need for Speed: Underground 2 2004 (Gamecube, PC, PlayStation 2 & Xbox releases)
Need for Speed: Most Wanted 2005 (Gamecube, PC, PlayStation 2, Xbox & Xbox 360 releases)
Need for Speed: Carbon 2006 (Gamecube, PC, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 & Wii releases)
Need for Speed: ProStreet 2007 (PC, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 & Wii releases)
Need for Speed: Undercover 2008 (PC, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 & Wii releases)
Need for Speed: World 2010 (PC)
Need for Speed: The Run 2011 (PC, PlayStation 3 & Xbox 360 releases)

Meeting the Development Team

 Development - Some content may have altered during development.

References

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