Electronic Arts is actually having quite the sale this holiday seasons and it goes much further than Need For Speed: Most Wanted and Contre Jour being only $0.99 for the holidays, while a lot of the free-to-play games EA has, such as TheSims and Theme Park, are having sales regarding in-game purchases. There also happens to be holiday themed items you can find in some of those games as well.
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Here is another sale but this time from the folks over at Electronic Arts. This particular sale isn’t really a holiday season sale but more of just a spontaneous sale from EA so this could very well end at any time. For those of you who haven’t picked up the latest installment into the Need for Speed series, now is a good time to do so.
Based off of their Daily Deals website, Electronic Arts has developed and released a dedicated widget that will deliver up-to-the-minute listings of deals straight to the home screen on your Android device. When you launch the widget, you will have a scrolling list of deals that, when you click on the one you’re interested in, will take you right to the appropriate page so you can snap up a copy of that game quickly before the deal ends.
In 1994 the original Theme Park was released and at the tender age of 7 it was one of my first PC games I owned. Just building amazing rides and attractions and being able to actually see them running made it an amazing experience. So has EA been able to replicate this feat on our beloved Android system?
Electronic Arts has been showing off over the past month or so the next installment into the SimCity series of games for PC which, if I may say, looks pretty damn impressive. As a SimCity fan, next year’s game looks to be the best one yet. It’s also no secret that Electronic Arts, along with other developers, have made it rather a well known fact that most upcoming games will feature some sort of mobile tie-in, whether it be just social aspects of the game, companion apps that also affect their PC/Console counter-parts, or complete mobile versions of their games.
Cops hot on your tail. Spike strips deployed. Roadblocks erected. Traffic whizzing by. Nitro boost. All these would sound familiar to anyone that’s played a variant of the Need for Speed racing franchise before. The studio behind Need for Speed: Most Wanted for mobile devices – Firemonkeys – has built the game by keeping the core essence of its console and PC predecessors, but fine-tuned things so that it suits the mobile market.
While the general Android population enjoys, at least to some degree, pointing out Electronic Arts’ weird selection of supported devices whenever they launch a new game, the company themselves has decided to address the issue in a way that will make future Nexus owners fairly happy. EA has announced that 13 titles will be available when the new Nexus line-up launches on November 13th, 2012, which is pretty much their entire catalog of games on Android.
The game many a racing fanatic has been waiting for has finally arrived on Android devices, on time might I add. Need for Speed Most Wanted brings along with it some pure street racing action with over 35 of the world’s fastest cars – including the Bugati Veyron, McLaren MP4-12C and Lamborghini Aventador – at your disposal to help you reach the top of the Most Wanted list.
Electronic Arts has released a new game onto the Google Play store and with all the Halloween news, whether it is a full Halloween themed game released or just an update, this game actually has nothing to do with scaring the the hell out of yourself or other people, at least when it comes to wearing costumes. You can still scare the hell out of people, albeit Sim people, in their new game Theme Park.
One of the more anticipated racing games heading to Android soon is Electronic Arts’ Need for Speed: Most Wanted. This will be the newest addition to the series and Electronic Arts has already teased us with a couple of trailers that show in-game footage. Well now we have a live action trailer, which is rather funny, where we get to see a bunch of cars we wish we could afford to buy or at least drive. Along with that though we now have a more solid release date for when Need for Speed: Most Wanted will be arriving.