Microsoft Previews Must Have Games For February

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=Dlgn6jtzBF0 More goodness from CES 2012! Microsoft has now previewed the Must Have Games to release in February 2012. Along with the mentioned 20 (exclusive to Nokia devices first) EA games coming to Windows Phone, the Must Have Games previewed add another five games to the list of many games releasing on Windows … [Read more...]

Rovio Bought By EA, Paving the way for Angry Birds for WP7?

Angry Birds for Windows Phone 7

Chillingo, the publisher behind the insanely popular Angry Birds app, has been purchased by Electronic Arts. Yes, the same EA that's bringing four major titles to Windows Phone 7. Rovio has yet to commit to bring Angry Birds to Windows Phone 7 and recently they were none too pleased about an Angry Birds icon appearing on a Microsoft website. Ultimately, most expected Rovio … [Read more...]

EA To Bring Four Major Titles To Windows Phone 7

Gaming megapublisher EA has announced that it's bringing four titles to Windows Phone 7, for your gaming needs. All four are instantly recognizable names, and show EA's definitely on board to bring content to the new platform. The four titles that will be available at launch are: “Need for Speed™ Undercover.” Power 20 of the world’s hottest high-performance cars through 24 … [Read more...]

EA confirmed as Windows Phone 7 launch partner

EA on Windows Phone 7

Confirmed at today's press conference, EA will bring their gaming prowess to the Windows Phone 7 platform. Fans of the Sims can rejoice. With tight xBox 360 integration, this should make things interesting. No word on other EA titles that will be available. Madden? NHL 11'? One can only hope. … [Read more...]

EA Not On Board With Windows Phone 7 Games Yet

Electronic Arts, arguably the most powerful game publisher on the planet, hasn't quite got on board all the Windows Phone 7 game love, yet. Mobile Entertainment asked the megacorp about their absence, and were met with a decidedly non-committal response. EA Mobile had this to say on the matter: "We are constantly evaluating new platforms and opportunities, but have nothing … [Read more...]