Monthly Archives: May 2013

Plants vs. Zombies Crossovers to be Unveiled at E3 or just EA Having Some Fun?

Originally released in 2009 and now available on practically every platform known to man, Plants vs. Zombies is one of the most critically acclaimed and loved tower defense games ever created. Not since ever have zombies been displayed so charmingly.

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Tetris Blitz review

Tetris Blitz is an iOS and Android app from Electronic Arts (EA). The game is now available for free with ads on the Apple App Store and Google Play and carries additional in-app purchases. (…) Tetris Blitz is a great

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Eve Online gets Steam log-in, PLEX & subscriptions, Steam Workshop support may follow

Eve Online developer CCP Games has enabled log-in, PLEX and subscription support via Steam, with Steam Workshop and community hub support currently in consideration at the studio. The additions only apply to new players however. [link to Article]

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Battlestone review

Battlestone is an iOS and Android release from Zynga. It’s available now as a free download from the Apple App Store and Google Playand carries additional in-app purchases. (…)Overall, Battlestone is an excellent action RPG that will likely appeal to

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Former EA/Playfish exec joins board of red-hot mobile gaming startup Supercell (interview)

Kristian Segerstrale, the co-founder of social gaming firm Playfish and former executive vice president in charge of digital gaming at Electronic Arts, has joined Supercell as a member of its board. Helsinki-based Supercell is one of the hottest mobile game

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Official Grepolis iOS Client To Launch Soon In The App Store

Good news, Grepolis gamers. According to developer InnoGames, an official client for the popular game is set to launch in the App Store soon, and will allow users to improve their empire, defend their progress, and to attack enemies on

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EA Retroactively Killing Online Passes

An EA representative has explained why some online passes are now available at no cost, and what players can expect in the weeks to come. (…) As we discontinue Online Pass for our new EA titles, we are also in

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MapleStory introduces Farmville-like minigame called Monster Life

Nexon’s free-to-play massively multiplayer online role-playing game, MapleStory, recently introduced a new monster-orientated Farmville-like minigame calledMonster Life. Similar to popular games found on Facebook, Monster Life allows players to create and personalize their own farms and raise a plethora of

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Chaos Online Launches As Free To Play MOBA

Asiasoft is ready to release its first ever massively multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) game, Chaos Online, and it’ll be free to everyone come May 29. Not only is Chaos Online Asiasoft’s first MOBA, but it’s also the first game

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CCP TAKES AIM AT MOBILE GAMES

CCP, developers of the acclaimed EVE Online, have long held a presence as one of the titans of the massively multiplayer online (MMO) game sector. EVE Online launched in 2003 and has since grown to become one of the most

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