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The Simpsons: Tapped Out updated (4.36) for Android and iOS with Christmas theme


The Simpsons: Tapped Out updated (4.36) for Android and iOS

The Simpsons: Tapped Out has been updated to version 4.36 for iOS and Android bringing a Christmas theme to the game. The update will be divided into four separate Acts, with each Act running one week.

Need for Speed returning to consoles and PC in 2015


Need for Speed returning to consoles and PC in 2015

During its yearly financial call, EA confirmed that the Need for Speed racing franchise will be returning to high end consoles and PCs in 2015. Last year we saw the company breaking its chain after releasing Need for Speed for 13 consecutive years.

The Sims 4 is free to play through Origin for 48 hours


The Sims 4

Electronic Arts is offering The Sims 4 on its Game Time lineup on Origin, allowing anyone who downloads their latest simulation title for free for 48 hours. Once the time runs out, you can decide whether you want to pay and keep the game or not.

Need for Speed: No Limits teased on gameplay trailer


Need for Speed: No Limits

Need for Speed: No Limits is set to arrive on iOS and Android sometime in 2015. Electronics Arts has decided to build up the anticipation of their upcoming racing game by releasing a new gameplay teaser trailer.

The Simpsons Tapped Out updated (4.10.2) for iOS and Android


The Simpsons Tapped Out has been updated to version 4.10.2 for iOS and Android, which brings a new Clash of the Clones episode. The update brings several new characters, decorations and buildings. The Simpsons Tapped Out is a game from Electronics Arts based on the popular TV show, the Simpsons. The game is free to download, but users can purchasing online currency through in-app purchases to enhance their gaming experience.

You can download the update directly on your device through its respective app store or by using the following links:

AndroidiOS
Download
PriceFreeFree
RequirementsAndroid 2.3.3 or greateriOS 5.1.1 or greater

Check out our guide to The Simpsons Tapped Out - Clash of Clones to find out what's new in the game.



The Simpsons Tapped Out - Clash of Clones

Plants vs. Zombies 2 receives second Dark Ages update on iOS and Android


Plants vs. Zombies 2 has been updated  to version 2.5.1 for iOS and Android which brings the second installment of the Dark Ages update to the game. This means you get quite a bit more medieval-themed  content to enjoy on your plant tower defence gaming, including ten new levels along with the debut of multiple plant and zombie units.

You can download the update directly on your device through its respective App Store or by using the following link

Android iOS
Download North America (NA) Rest of World (RoW) Download from Apple App Store
Download from Google Play
Download from Google Play
Price Free Free
Requirements Android 2.3 or greater iOS 5.1.1 or greater



Part two introduces several gameplay altering enemies. A Wizard Zombie can use magic to turn players' powerful plants into non-intimidating sheep. The new King Zombies don't march towards your defensive garden like other foes, instead sitting in place and knighting regular old undead to turn them into powerful adversaries.

Fortunately, there are new plants players can use to counter these threats. The Magnet-shroom can strip the helmets off of Knight Zombies, turning them back into less threatening peasants. Then plants can fight back using the Pea-nut, a unit packing both defensive and offensive power.

Here's a video that provides a more complete rundown.



This expansion contains more challenges than just those mentioned above, including an endless mode for people who just want to test their skills. This stuff may or may not attract new players, but it should at least keep existing fans happy and occupied.

Electronic Arts unveils new games at E3 2014


Electronic Arts

Following Microsoft's presentation, where the company unveiled some games headed to the Xbox One, Electronic Arts hosted its own press conference at E3 2014. The presentation was handled by Andrew Wilson, Electronic Arts CEO, who spoke about several incredible games the company had lined up. These include Star Wars Battlefront, Dragon Age Inquisition, a new Mass Effect, The Sims 4, Mirror's Edge 2, Battlefield Hardline, and more.

Star Wars Battlefront by DICE

The first on EA's (Electronic Arts) list was the new Star Wars Battlefront game. Battlefront is multiplayer-centric series that was hugely popular during the Playstation 2 and original Xbox era. After LucasArts cancelled Star Wars Battlefront 3 mid-development, it seemed that the series would disappear forever… Until EA acquired the Star Wars license and rescued the series following LucasArts' closure.

The teaser video revealed very little information about the new Battlefront (which will not have a 3 in its title). We saw the staff of DICE visiting the Star Wars archives in order to photograph (and scan?) photos and models from the films. Hoth (the setting of The Empire Strikes Back) will be one of the game's main locations, naturally. The important thing is that DICE has tons of experience with its own Battlefield series of large-scale multiplayer shooters, so the team's skillset transfers perfectly to Star Wars Battlefront.




Dragon Age Inquisition by Bioware


First teased at last year's press conference, we finally got an idea of what the third Dragon Age will play like. But first EA teased us more with a trailer that showed various glimpses of the game's fantasy world. Highlights included a green beam of energy descending from the clouds, a third-person view of a character navigating a city, and a dragon.

Players will create their own main character in Inquisition, one whose past and motivations are shrouded in mystery. Presumably you'll fill in the blanks as you play the game and make choices that affect the story.

The main character will be accompanied by a team as with past games. Some of its members include a bearded Gray Warden, a female elfish archer, a brawny Kunari mercenary who fights with a giant hammer, and a dark-skinned female mage. Each of these teammates will have his or her own unique backstory to discover as the game progresses.

Inquisition's combat debuted via actual gameplay footage. Players can choose between two combat systems: action and tactical. Action looked very exciting, with the team working together to take down a dragon. The behind-the-back camera switched between various party members, seemingly at the player's will. We didn't get much of a look at tactical mode, but it utilizes an overhead perspective and pauses between turns like in traditional RPGs.




New Mass Effect and more from Bioware


Bioware (which includes the proper Montreal studio as well as EA's Austin studio) is also hard at work on two more games: a new Mass Effect, and a brand-new IP. Nothing was revealed about the new Mass Effect other than plans to feature new places, characters, and regions of space.

As for the new IP, we glimpsed a fantasy world with day, night, and weather cycles – and that's it. I'm sure EA will reveal more later this year or at E3 next year.



New game from Criterion


Criterion is the UK-based studio that created the Burnout series of racing games as well as developing some Need for Speed titles. Although the studio doesn't have a new Burnout in the works, the game it's working on actually looks much more exciting. It doesn't have a name though!

The new game will still feature lots of driving…. Just not so many cars. Instead, players will get to drive or pilot an unrivaled array of vehicles, including helicopters, boats, jetskis, ATVs, wingsuits, parachutes, and snowmobiles! And the whole game will take place in the first-person perspective – possibly without the option to switch to a third-person view.

Presumably we'll get to crash some of those vehicles as well. But the game is still very early in development (as evidenced by the lack of title), so specific details are still scarce. This will be Criterion's largest title ever – let's hope the fun matches the increase in scope!




Mirror's Edge 2 by DICE


Like Dragon Age, our first tease of Mirror's Edge 2 came during last year's press conference. The new video introduction focused on the design of Faith, the same protagonist from the first game. She dresses in black and white and has minimal dabs of color as accents. And she is a runner, someone who uses parkour to deliver information while evading the oppressive governmental authorities.

After talking Faith up a bit, DICE shared some lovely prototype footage from the game. Unlike the Windows Phone game, Mirror's Edge 2 takes place in a first-person perspective. Faith will run, jump, and slide across rooftops, scaffolding, and zip-lines as she crosses levels that feature multiple routes. She also engages in melee combat, punching and kicking the evil police who would thwart her mission.

Being that Mirror's Edge 2 is still in the prototype stage, we shouldn't expect it until 2015.




Battlefield Hardline by Visceral


It looks like EA plans to make Battlefield an annualized series, just like its biggest competitor Call of Duty. Since DICE is busy with Star Wars Battlefront and Mirror's Edge 2, the development duties go to Visceral Games (formerly EA Redwood Shores) – makers of the Dead Space series.

Hardline is a major departure from the traditional military settings of the Battlefield series. The new focus is the war on the streets between cops and criminals. That means new worlds, weapons, and ways to play. Players will be able to play on either side and engage in both a campaign and large-scale multiplayer matches. The campaign will be more cinematic than other FPS titles, playing out like a televised crime drama.

EA showed footage from a 32-player game of Heist, a new multiplayer mode. Despite being multiplayer, the Heist started out with a conversation between cops being news footage of a major heist in progress. It looked cool and seemed to build off of Titanfall's story-based multiplayer concepts.

Once the game starts, the criminal side of the game must collect a package and escape with it while the cops try to stop them. The two sides will fight it out on foot as well as utilizing vehicles, a staple of the series. We saw player-controller police cars, Armored Personnel Carriers, bikes, and helicopters. The destructible environments that featured so heavily in Battlefield 4 return, with a crane or similar structure crashing through a building and causing major havoc on the battlefield.

When the footage focused on the criminals, we caught side of the bad guys fighting off cops with baseball bats, sawed off shotguns, and other appropriate armaments. The crooks escaped from a skyscraper via zipline to another rooftop where their helicopter anxiously awaited. Although the bad team managed to take off in their chopper, the match didn't end there. The cops shot them down and we saw the fall from one of the crooks' perspectives.

Battlefield Hardline is due out on Xbox One, 360, PC, and Playstation systems on October 21. Hopefully it won't suffer from persistent technical issues like Battlefield 4. To that end, EA announced that a closed beta for the game starts today. Bad news for Xbox enthusiasts: the beta is only for PC and Playstation 4! To sign up, head to battlefield.com/hardline/beta.



Others

Electronic Arts also showcased The Sims 4, which is set to be released on September 2. On The Sims 4, you virtual people will have "heart," can die of laughter and you can import someone else's custom person (or house, even) directly into your game, pretty simply from the look of it.
The Sims 4

EA also showcased a MOBA called Dawngate for PC, plus several sports games: EA Sports UFC (which looks great), NHL 15, EA Sports PGA Tour, Madden NFL 15, and FIFA 15. We'll take a closer look at those sports titles shortly.

What do you think of what EA has planned for this season of gaming? Share your thoughts with us in the following comments section.


source - Electronic Arts

[June 9 2014] EA Event at E3 2014



E3 2014 is in full swing, and we're up to the second press event of the day. EA is expected to showcase Battlefield Hardline and the latest from EA SPORTS FIFA, Madden NFL 15, NHL 15, Dragon Age: Inquisition, The Sims 4 and more.

The livestream starts at 12 P.M. Pacific | 3 PM Eastern



The Simpsons Tapped Out updated for Android and iOS


The Simpsons Tapped Out has been updated to version 4.9.2 for Android and version 4.9.1 for iOS. The update brings a new Stonecutters themed episode with several new characters, decorations and building in celebration of the holiday.

You can download the update directly on your device through its respective app store or by using the following link:

Android iOS
Download
Download from Google Play
Download from Apple App Store
Price Free Free
Requirements Android 2.3.3 or greater iOS 5.1.1 or greater

Find out what's new on The Simpsons Tapped Out - Stonecutters update for iOS and Android.

The Simpsons Tapped Out - Stonecutters


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Electronic Arts wont release a Need for Speed game in 2014


Electronic Arts wont release a Need for Speed game in 2014

Need for Speed has been the best selling racing franchise for every year since 2002, making a lot of money to its publisher Electronic Arts (EA). However, during its earnings call, CEO Andrew Wilson confirmed that the 13 year streak will be finally broken.

Real Racing 3 updated for iOS and Android (2.2.0)


Real Racing 3 has been updated for the iOS and Android platforms to version 2.2.0 which brings several new features and content along with new vehicles. Real Racing 3 is one of the best looking and most popular mobile racing games around, allowing you to race a selection of beautifully designed cars in a series of specially designed tracks around the world

You can download the updates directly on your mobile device through its respective app stores. You can also download the update and find out whats new after the break.

AndroidiOS
Download
PriceFreeFree
RequirementsAndroid 4.0 or greateriOS 5.0 or greater

If you are downloading the app for the first time, please keep in mind that the game is over 1GB in size. It is recommended that you install or update this game over Wi-Fi to avoid unnecessary data costs.



Real Racing 3 version 2.2.0 for iOS and Android has the following new features and improvements:
  • Open Wheelers – Leap into the Caterham Seven 620R, KTM X-Bow R, Ariel Atom 3.5, and Ariel Atom V8.
  • Roster Expanded – Porsche 911 RSR (2014) and Hyundai Veloster Turbo join the roster.
  • The Road to Le Mans – Get ready for the world’s foremost endurance racing spectacle with this special live event. Unlock limited edition customizations and the official Porsche 911 RSR (2014) livery. 
  • Hyundai Veloster Turbo Time Trial Competition – Win a trip to Italy, plus brand new community goals to unlock customization options.
  • Customization & Photo Mode Expanded – New Curves vinyl pack and new photo filters.
  • Car Collections – Visit your friends and rivals and check out their cars and customizations.

The Simpsons Tapped Out updated for iOS and Android with Easter theme


The Simpsons Tapped Out Easter UpdateThe Simpsons Tapped Out has been updated to version 4.8.0 for iOS and Android bringing Easter themed missions, themes and characters. The Simpsons Tapped Out is based on the popular TV series, The Simpsons where you have to help Homer recover Springfield from a nuclear meltdown.

You can download the update directly on your device through its respective app stores or by using the following links

Android iOS
Download
Download from Google Play
Download from Apple App Store
Price Free Free
Requirements Android 2.3.3 or greater iOS 5.1.1 or greater

In the Simpsons Tapped Out version 4.8.0 Springfield has been invaded by ravenous, bloodthirsty…bunnies? Nobody panic - just put down your whacking stick, grab a bunny stunner, and if we’re lucky we’ll get out alive.


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[Windows app] FIFA 2014


FIFA 2014
We recently reported that FIFA 2014 was available across Android, iOS and Windows Phone as a free download. The game has also arrived for the Windows 8 and Windows RT platform. FIFA 2014 lets you experience passes, shots and takes in a realistic soccer game for your Windows device.

You can download the game directly on your device through the Windows Store or by using the following links

Download
Price Free
Requirement Windows 8 or Windows RT


REAL PLAYERS. REAL TEAMS. REAL LEAGUES
Welcome to the most authentic football game on Windows 8. Feel the excitement of every pass, shot, and tackle with new touch controls. Plus, live every moment of real-world football mastery with EA SPORTS™ Football Club Match Day.

FEEL THE PASSION
Featuring 34 leagues, over 600 licensed teams, and more than 16,000 players. From the English Premier League to La Liga and beyond. Plus, for the first time on mobile, listen to commentaries in English, French, German, Italian and Spanish!

BUILD YOUR ULTIMATE TEAM
Earn and trade, or buy and sell FIFA players to create your own fantasy team. Compete in tournaments to earn coins, then spend them on new players and items to improve your team. Play for free or purchase packs. The choices are endless!

FIFA FANATICS!
Classic modes like Manager, and Kick Off are available for purchase in-game.




FIFA 2014 has the following features Features
  • Experience authentic football with real players, real teams, and real leagues
  • Feel the excitement of every pass, strike, and tackle with new touch controls
  • live every moment of real-world football mastery with EA SPORTS™ Football Club Match Day
  • listen to commentaries in English, French, German, Italian and Spanish
  • Create a squad of international superstars with Ultimate Team
  • Upgrade your game to unlock three extra modes: Manager, Tournament, and Kick Off

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Real Racing 3 updated for iOS and Android (2.1.0)


Real Racing by Electronics Arts
Electronic Arts has released a huge update for Real Racing 3 on iOS and Android. The version 2.1.0 update brings new contents and improved customization options. Real Racing 3 is one of the best looking and most popular mobile racing games around, allowing you to race a selection of beautifully designed cars in a series of specially designed tracks around the world


You can download the updates directly on your mobile device through its respective app stores. You can also download the update and find out whats new after the break.

Android iOS
Download
Price Free Free
Requirements Android 4.0 or greater iOS 5.0 or greater

If you are downloading the app for the first time, please keep in mind that the game is over 1GB in size.

Real Racing 3 version 2.1.0 for iOS and Android has the following new features and improvements
  • New customization like height of the car, the color of the rims, and custom vinyls.
  • Access to three British sports cars - the Aston Martin DB9, Vanquish, and V12 Vantage S.
  • Photo Mode, which allows you to snap a photo of your rubber-burner and share it with your friends. The picture of your ride can be edited, too.
  • Gold Achievements will fill your bank account with additional gold when you perform various stunts
  • All Star Vendetta Series allows you to "pick your favourite manufacturer and clinch victory".


FIFA 14 now available across Android, iOS and Windows Phone


FIFA 14, the latest addition to one of the most popular soccer simulators is now available across Android, iOS and Windows Phone. The Android and iOS versions arrived back in September 2013, now joined by the Windows Phone version which is available for devices with 1GB of RAM or higher.

You can download the game directly on your device through its respective app store or by using the following link

Android iOS Windows Phone
Download
Price Free Free Free
Requirements Android 2.3.3 or greater iOS 5.0 or greater Windows Phone 8


The game is available as a free download unlike previous FIFA games. However it uses the freemium model, which means that you will have to pay if you want to unlock some additional game modes, such as Exhibition, Tournament and Manager. Ultimate Team Mode, which allows you to manage a given team for one season is free.



FIFA 14 features more than 16,000 real soccer players from 34 different leagues. Players can choose among 600 licensed teams to play with. Of course, a bigger portion of these comes directly from Europe.

A completely new feature has also found its way to the popular game. FIFA 14 is the first mobile game of the FIFA series to feature game commentaries in French, German, Italian, and Spanish. Up until now, players could only listen to an English narration of their soccer match.

[Android app] The Simpsons Tapped Out updated (4.7.3)


The Simpsons Tapped Out for Android has been updated to version 4.7.3 which marks the end of the Valentine's Day update. The new update doesn't seem to bring any new features, but all the Valentine related quests and items will be removed once you install the update.

You can download the update directly on your device through the Apple App Store or by using the link which follows:

Download
PriceFree
RequirementsAndroid 2.3.3 or greater


[NOTE] It doesn't look like it is a mandatory update yet, so you can continue to play the Valentine's Day update without installing the update and continue to spin the wheel of friendship.

You can also download version 4.7.2 of The Simpsons Tapped Out for iOS

The Simpsons Tapped Out is based on The Simpsons TV Show. Homer accidently caused a meltdown that wiped out Springfield. D’OH! Now, it’s up to you to rebuild it! From the writers of The Simpsons, tap into a city building game that lets you create your own living, breathing Springfield...

[iOS app] The Simpsons Tapped Out updated (4.7.2)


The Simpsons Tapped Out for iOS has been updated to version 4.7.2, which marks the end of the Valentine's Day update. The new update doesn't seem to bring any new features, but all the Valentine related quests and items will be removed once you install the update.

You can download the update directly on your device through the Apple App Store or by using the link which follows:

DownloadDownload from iTunes
PriceFree
RequirementsiOS 5.0 or greater

[NOTE] It doesn't look like it is a mandatory update yet, so you can continue to play the Valentine's Day update without installing the update and continue to spin the wheel of friendship.

You can also download version 4.7.3 of The Simpsons Tapped Out for Android

The Simpsons Tapped Out is based on The Simpsons TV Show. Homer accidently caused a meltdown that wiped out Springfield. D’OH! Now, it’s up to you to rebuild it! From the writers of The Simpsons, tap into a city building game that lets you create your own living, breathing Springfield...

[iOS app] The Simpsons Tapped Out updated (4.7.1)


The Simpsons Tapped Out for iOS - Valentine's Day 2014
The Simpsons Tapped Out for iOS has been updated to version 4.7.1, in celebration of Valentine's Day. The update includes several Valentine themed characters, building and quests along with a new Hearts currency which can be used to purchase exclusive Valentine items.

You can download the update directly on your device through the Apple App Store or by using the link which follows:

DownloadDownload from iTunes
PriceFree
RequirementsiOS 5.0 or greater


You can also download version 4.7.1 of The Simpsons Tapped Out for Android


Also be sure to check out our Guide to The Simpsons Tapped Out - Valentine's Day 2014

[Android app] The Simpsons Tapped Out updated (4.7.1)


The Simpsons Tapped Out for Android - Valentine's Day 2014The Simpsons Tapped Out for Android has been updated to version 4.7.1, in celebration of Valentine's Day. The update includes several Valentine themed characters, building and quests along with a new Hearts currency which can be used to purchase exclusive Valentine items.

You can download the update directly on your device through the Apple App Store or by using the link which follows:

Download
PriceFree
RequirementsAndroid 2.3.3 or greater

You can also download version 4.7.1 of The Simpsons Tapped Out for iOS


Also be sure to check out our Guide to The Simpsons Tapped Out - Valentine's Day 2014

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