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EA Seattle was a video game developer founded as Manley & Associates in 1982. It was renamed to Electronic Arts Seattle following its purchase by Electronic Arts in 1996.

The studio worked alongside EA Canada for PC exclusive Special Edition releases of The Need for Speed and Need for Speed II, as well as PC ports for Need for Speed III: Hot Pursuit and Need for Speed: High Stakes.

EA Seattle was also solely responsible for the development of Motor City Online, as well as the rendition of Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit 2 for PC, GameCube, and Xbox, before being closed in 2002.


Game Platforms
The Need for Speed: Special Edition PC
Need for Speed II: Special Edition PC
Need for Speed III: Hot Pursuit PC
Need for Speed: High Stakes PC
Motor City Online PC
Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit 2 GameCube, PC, Xbox