Electronic Arts’ highly-anticipated racer Need for Speed Most Wanted is now available on the Google Play Store. We had the chance to preview a demo copy, and it was the best looking racing game I have seen on Android. The controls were easy to pick up and play, and I was drifting around corners in ... Read More »
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Looking for a new Android game to sink a ton of hours into? Electronic Arts just released Mass Effect Infiltrator for Android to the Google Play Store and you can buy it now for $6.99. This fast-paced, duck and cover shooter comes from the same team that ported Dead Space to mobile devices, so we ... Read More »
If you grew up playing sports videogames during the 90′s you probably remember the phrases “Boomshakalaka”, “He’s heating up”, and “He’s on fire!” NBA Jam was one of my favorite games as a kid, so I was thrilled to see that EA Mobile ported the iOS version to Android this week.
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Sadly, it now sounds like Borderlands 2 is not coming to Android so now we need a new epic game to get our hopes up for. EA Mobile looks to fill that void with their new flagship, action RPG title Mass Effect Infiltrator. The game just launched today on iOS, ... Read More »
Today EA Mobile announced that The Sims FreePlay is now available in the Android Market. I’m not sure how many Sims fans we have around here, but earlier comments suggest that your wife will love the game. This time around, players will be have more than 1,200 customizable ways to design their dream home and neighborhood.
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Is EA Mobile finally ready to take Android serious now? They have ported a handful of their most popular iOS games to Android, but most have been met with a lukewarm reception (averaging review scores of 3/5). A quick browse of EA Mobile’s site shows that they haven’t updated their Android section in ... Read More »
Super Bowl XLVI is coming this weekend and EA Mobile has lowered the price of Madden NFL 12 to $0.99 to celebrate the big game. Most of EA’s Android games have been disappointing compared to their iOS clones, and Madden appears no different. It’s not compatible with the new phones (like the Galaxy Nexus) ... Read More »
When will Electronic Arts take Android seriously? The developer already has several games available on the Android Market, but most have been disappointing and received more 1-star reviews than 5-star reviews. Hopefully things get turned around this fall when the classic survival horror game Dead Space is ported to Android.
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Google hates the word fragmentation when it’s used to refer to the Android ecosystem. They call it the “F-word”. I’ve seen it used many ways, but generally when developers talk about Android being fragmented they are referring to the hundreds of devices that they have to support.
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Better late than never right? The Sims 3 launched on the iPhone over a year ago, but EA Mobile just uploaded the popular game to the Android Market where it is currently selling for $4.99. The Sims 3 was previously available on the T-Mobile Vibrant as an exclusive, but this is the first ... Read More »