From gamespydaily.com: Electronic Arts has diminished recent rumors on faltering support by publishers for Nintendo's GameCube, announcing an agreement with Nintendo that sees both companies collaborate on more than 20 games for the GameCube and Game Boy Advance. All titles will include exclusive features for connected play between the two consoles. Moreover, Nintendo's main man, Shigeru Miyamoto, will be providing input on technical gameplay elements. The first three titles included in the agreement are: Madden NFL 2004, FIFA 2004 and Tiger Woods PGA TOUR 2004. Madden NFL 2004 and Tiger Woods PGA TOUR 2004 have been pegged down for release in respectively August and October. FIFA 2004 will launch in Europe in autumn.