Category: Electronic Arts

FIFA Mobile Finally Arrives for Android

After some delays, FIFA Mobile for Android is finally available in the Play Store.  The football (soccer) franchise app has been completely redesigned and purposely built for mobile devices.  That means that the team at EA Sports has significantly shrunk the game from a near 200MB install to only a 68MB install on your phone and it is much more optimized for touch play.

The game has a huge amount of playing options.  You have 30 different leagues from around the world, 650 real football teams and some 17,000 real players.  It makes it a true football experience for those who love the Beautiful Game.


Real Racing 3 Update Adds New Lamborghini

Real Racing 3, arguably one of the best racing simulators for mobile platforms, has received another big update this month that brings a whole host of new cars, challenges and events.  Amongst those update is the new Lamborghini Huracana LP 610-4 which for most of us, let’s be honest, is the closest we will ever get to driving the real thing.  Not a Lambo fan? No problem as you can also try your driving skills in an Aston Martin Vulcan, Koenigsegg Regera and the McLaren MP4-12C Spyder.

If you are looking to drive a hyper-car, this game has it for you.

This update to Real Racing 3 is big at 48MB but certainly not as big as some of the updates in the past.  Still, you will want to make sure you are on Wi-Fi to do the download so you don’t eat up your data plan.  For those keeping score at home, this update take the game to version 4.0.3.

Real Racing 3 – Free (In-App Purchases) – Download Now

Review of Need for Speed No Limits for Android

Electronic Arts last week released the all new Need for Speed No Limits game for Android.  The latest game in the franchise is the first that has been designed for mobile first and leverages the talent of the FireMonkey team at EA who created the ever popular Real Racing 3.  This latest game has a lot going for it with outstanding graphics and game play.  There are a few gotchas though, least of which is the freemium model where you have to pay real cash at some point to get further along in the game.  The good news – after playing it pretty extensively all weekend, you can get pretty far into the game without having to make that investment.

Need for Speed No Limits – Free (In-App Purchases) – Download Now

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