I can't really sympathize with this story. I know lots of people who work much harder jobs for much longer hours for much less pay.
I agree with Reza, if you can't take it, move on. There are sure to be lots of jobhunters gunning for your position. Some may be willing to do it for a smaller salary and longer hours even, just so they can put a stint in EA on their resume.
I worked in the computer game industry for a year as a writer designer. My hours were reasonable and the pay was decent (but peanuts compared to what EA employees get), but there was no job security, and the job itself was definitely not as exciting as most gamers might imagine. I wasn't happy with it, so I left when my contract ended.
I was also a medical intern in a public hospital, where you have to stay up for 48 hours straight, most of that time on your feet, surrounded by human pain and suffering, making do with insufficient supplies and equipment, continuosly wracking your brain for diagnoses and treatments, and dealing with grumpy, hostile, and even downright cruel residents and consultants. Then after a 12 hour rest period, with occasional interruptions, repeat the above. And you get paid a grand total of $0.00.