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Santa Clause is Coming to Town in The Sims FreePlay

Posted by Jessica Fisher on December 12th, 2014
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Our rating: starstarstarstarblankstar :: SIM-TASTIC :: Read Review »

The holiday update for The Sims FreePlay, by Electronic Arts, is here. So of course you'll get daily daily presents filled with Holiday décor to decorate your sim's pad.

Also, on Dec 14 (Sunday) you can try to solve the mystery of the “Great Xmas Mishap Quest”. Accidents are happening all over Sim Town and it's up to you must figure out why.

Lastly, on Christmas Day, if you've been very good (and saved Christmas) you'll be able to unlock the adorable Living Teddy Bear.

Experience the holiday cheer in The Sims FreePlay for free on the App Store.

Christmas Comes to The Simpsons: Tapped Out

Posted by Jessica Fisher on December 8th, 2014
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Our rating: starstarblankstarblankstarblankstar :: SOULLESS CASH-IN :: Read Review »

How does Santa get into so much trouble every year? In The Simpsons: Tapped Out, by Electronic Arts, someone's going to have to save Christmas.

In the game's new holiday update, you'll be tasked with collecting presents and helping the elves in exchange for prizes. The update also includes new characters, buildings, decorations, and more.

You can download The Simpsons: Tapped Out for free right now.

Peggle Blast is Coming to iOS Next Week

Posted by Jessica Fisher on November 26th, 2014

Electronic Arts has announced that their next unicorn-run, pachinko-style game, Peggle Blast, will be released for iOS on December 2.

In this latest installment of the series, you must use your tried and true Peggle skills to try to clear all of the orange pegs while racking up bonus points and hit style shots.

December isn't far away so get ready for Peggle Blast when it releases next week for free.

What is SimCity BuildIt, Anyway?

Posted by Rob Rich on October 10th, 2014

SimCity BuildIt has been teased here and there, but specific details have been a bit sparse. That is, until now.

We recently had the chance to ask EA Mobile’s Vice President and General Manager, Jason Willig, some questions about the series’ new mobile outing. I was also able to get a live demo at EA’s recent Naughty & Nice event in New York, so I’ve got some serious impressions to share. After the questions, of course.

FIFA 15 Ultimate Team Review

+ Universal & Apple Watch App - Designed for iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch
By Blake Grundman on October 2nd, 2014
Our rating: starstarstarstarblankstar :: YELLOW CARD
This season, EA Sports has decided to offer up a more bite-sized portion of the FIFA experience. Unfortunately it still feels like something is missing.
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Madden NFL Mobile Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Blake Grundman on August 26th, 2014
Our rating: starstarstarstarblankstar :: FINALLY GETS IT RIGHT
It looks like EA Sports has finally discovered how to tread the line between free-to-pay and pay-to-win. Simply put, they finally figured it out.
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Make New Allies in the Latest Heroes of Dragon Age Update

Posted by Jessica Fisher on June 19th, 2014
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Our rating: starstarstarhalfstarblankstar :: TOO DETAILED :: Read Review »

Wardens, rejoice! Heroes of Dragon Age, the visually stunning squad-based battle game that Electronic Arts released last year, has received a big update. Now players have access to the Fortify feature, which binds characters or creatures to heroes in your squad and in-turn ups their stats. EA has also improved the Consume ability to add new fortify slots to upgrade your units.

Best of all, now Heroes of Dragon Age offers ally codes. Now you no longer have to wait to battle someone before asking them to join you. Players can send a unique code to their friends to find them in the game. So grab your buddies, fortify some beasts, and battle your way to infamy.

Heroes of Dragon Age is available on the App Store for free.

E3 2014 - Plants vs. Zombies 2 Goes Medieval

Posted by Rob Rich on June 11th, 2014

The Dark Ages are come to Plants Vs. Zombies 2!

At E3 yesterday, EA and PopCap announced all-new content coming to the ever-popular tactical gardening game. Fan favorites like the Sun-shroom and Hypno-shroom are making a return, along with a new plant called the Sun Bean that makes any zombie that eats it toss out sun energy when struck. The Dark Ages update also includes a bunch of new medieval zombies like the Knight and a tricky Jester that actually chucks seeds back at your plants.

The Dark Ages update for Plants vs. Zombies 2 will be available later this summer.

Electronic Arts Releases Companion App to Titanfall

Posted by Tre Lawrence on May 19th, 2014
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

Electronic Arts has recently released the Titanfall Companion App, which is meant to enhance the overall Titanfall experience.

The app features info and updates presented as notifications, as well as information on the Titanfall universe, characters, and more. The app gives players the ability to review player stats, and can even serve as a second-screen map when when connected to an Xbox One Console.

The Titanfall Companion App is available for free on the App Store.

The Sims FreePlay Celebrates Milestone Like a Rich Child by Getting Horses

Posted by Carter Dotson on May 12th, 2014
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Our rating: starstarstarstarblankstar :: SIM-TASTIC :: Read Review »

Like a child's fleeting fantasy, EA Mobile is celebrating a momentous occasion by getting a pony. With The Sims FreePlay having reached 100 million downloads worldwide, the game now has horses. Players can feed, groom, and ride 6 different breeds of horses in their new stables, all part of the Saddle Up update. Also, on May 22, there's going to be a unicorn. Tina Belcher couldn't be happier.

Real Racing 3 gets a New Update that Adds in Open Wheel Racing Experience and More

Posted by Tre Lawrence on April 17th, 2014
+ Universal & Apple Watch App - Designed for iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch

Ultra-popular racing game Real Racing 3 (from mobile stalwart Electronic Arts) has just received a pretty hefty update that adds in a whole new experience.

Now the game has open wheel vehicles in its arsenal - cars such as the Caterham Seven 620R, KTM X-Bow R, Ariel Atom 3.5, and Ariel Atom V8. Additionally, the roster has expanded, adding in the Hyundai Veloster Turbo and Porsche 911 RSR. Drivers are invited to get ready for the renown endurance race with The Road to Le Mans live event.

The update also expands the customization and photo mode, and opens up the option of visiting the collections of others.

We had an opportunity to review Real Racing 3 a year ago; it is available for free on the App Store.

Give Your Cars New Rims, Paint, Vinyl, and More with the New Real Racing 3 Version 1.2.0 Update

Posted by Stephen Hall on March 12th, 2014
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Real Racing 3, known as that racing game from EA with breathtaking graphics, has received an update featuring a massive number of new car customization features. After you've used these new features to tweak your ride's height, its rims, and you've given your car one of a multitude of new vinyls, the update also lets you share your creation with friends using a new "Photo Mode" - allowing you to stop the action mid-race and capture a beautiful shot of your car.

Other new features in this version 2.1.0 update include new cars - Aston Martin’s DB9, Vanquish and V12 Vantage S - to add to your Real Racing experience, support for your favorite MFi iOS 7 controller, "Gold Achievements," and a "New All Star Vendetta Series."

You can get Real Racing 3 - and all the beautiful car tweaking features available in this update - on the App Store for free.

Pricing Games on the App Store - Premium isn't Dead, Freemium is Here to Stay, and it's Everybody's Fault

Posted by Rob Rich on February 25th, 2014

Ah, the Great App Store Pricing Debate. For years people have been arguing over the cost of mobile games. What constitutes “too much?” Where’s the line when it comes to free-to-play monetization techniques? Should developers have deep discounts and temporary giveaways? Should consumers simply expect everything to go on sale and wait accordingly?

The recent Dungeon Keeper debacle is a good example of this. Gamers and critics alike have railed against it for using various monetization techniques and associating itself with the classic PC strategy series, and many point to it as an unpleasant indication of where the video game industry (especially mobile) is headed. It’s an issue that’s almost as complicated as the initial Freemium vs. Premium debate; so let’s take a closer look at everything and try to make sense of it all.

Heroes of Dragon Age Updated With New PvP Events, Plus You Can Grab a Rare Elven Warrior for Free Until Feb. 18

Posted by Rob Rich on February 14th, 2014
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Our rating: starstarstarhalfstarblankstar :: TOO DETAILED :: Read Review »

Attention all Dragonborn-no, wait, wrong game. Attention all Chosen-nope, not that one either... Attention all Wardens! Yeah, that's the one!

Heroes of Dragon Age has recently been updated to include a new player-versus-player mode, allowing players from across the globe to fight it out with opposing teams for rare banners, even rarer rewards, and the ability to rub their success in everyone else's face. In addition to the more permanent PvP update, you can also get your hands on Slave Fenris, who is apparently a rare warrior that can induce stun on opponents, for free until February 18 as a sort of Valentine's Day show of appreciation. It's kind of twisted when you stop and think about it, actually.

Anyway the update for Heroes of Dragon Age is up now. And don't forget to grab your elf while you're at it!

Dungeon Keeper Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Rob Rich on January 30th, 2014
Our rating: starstarstarstarblankstar :: CLASH OF KEEPERS
Dungeon Keeper’s iOS outing is most definitely not the PC classic we all remember, but as a regular old freemium game it’s actually quite enjoyable.
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