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Although we won’t be getting a new SimCity game on iOS (that we know of so far), we will be getting a new one on Mac simultaneously with the PC release this February. As development moves along, EA has been showing off some of the gameplay with videos. This one shows the early stages of [...]
One of the apps we saw demoed at the iPhone 5 event was the upcoming game from Firemonkeys: Real Racing 3. And boy, did it look good on the 4″ screen. Real Racing 3 is said to be boasting console quality graphics, dynamic reflections, and a new rearview mirror, among other things. “Boasting console quality graphics, Real [...]
One of the other games shown at EA’s Spring Showcase Event is FIFA 13 on the iPad. It has the usual improvements: better graphics, more options, etc. The biggest addition? Oh yeah, online multiplayer. As expected, multiplayer will be powered by EA’s own Origin system (try not to roll your eyes too much), rather than relying [...]
EA announced today they will be pulling both the Rock Band games on the AppStore, Rock Band and Rock Band Reloaded , from the AppStore on July 31st, due to the contract between EA and Harmonix for use of the Rock Band title has expired. Previously purchased songs that are either on the device itself, or [...]
“Players must guide Agent Squeak through a variety of remarkable locations from quiet suburbia to haunted neighborhoods using power-ups, zany gadgets and stealth to complete his dairy-driven objectives. Cunning opponents, from domesticated tabbies to phantasmal felines, will stop at nothing to keep Squeak away from his precious, delicious cheese.”
Speculation that PopCap might be getting acquired began last month when TechCrunch posted a mystery buyer might be acquiring Popcap for as much as $1.3b. The official news finally broke out yesterday, with the mystery buyer being EA, and the hefty price tag being $750 million.