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December 21, 2012

EA and Gameloft discounts some game titles

Here’s another holiday app treat for iOS users out there. Electronic Arts and Gameloft have just announced that they’ll be reducing the price of some of their game titles down to a dollar a pop. See the games that are on sale after the break.


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Electronic Arts:
• Need for Speed: Most Wanted
• Dead Space
• Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit
• Battlefield: Bad Company 2
• FIFA 13
• Shift 2 Unleashed
• Mass Effect Infiltrator

The first two apps are also available at a discounted price in Google Play Store. Android users can get the app here (Need for Speed: Most Wanted) and here (Dead Space). Below is the list of Gameloft titles that are up for grabs for a lesser fee.

Gameloft:
• Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Shadow Vanguard
• N.O.V.A. 3
• Wild Blood
• BackStab
• 9mm
• Gangstar Rio: City of Saints
• Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Shadow Vanguard
• The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn – The Game
• The Dark Knight Rises
• Iron Man 2
• The Amazing Spider-man

All of Gameloft’s titles are only on sale on AppStore. We’re not sure if both publishers will also discount the Android versions of the apps mentioned above, but hopefully they do so that everyone’s app wish list are fulfilled this holiday season.

Source

EA and Gameloft hold Thanksgiving Day App Sale

4 Responses to “EA and Gameloft discounts some game titles”

  1. irv says:

    *crickets*
    great gaming apps at heavily discounted prices!
    buy them now!

    anybody? hello?

  2. Foco says:

    That moment when……”There is not enough available local storage to download _______. You can manage your local device storage usage in Settings.” hahaha

  3. tarush says:

    Purchased Wild Blood this morning. Purchased all of other apps before this sale :)

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This article was written by Ronnie Bulaong, a special features contributor and correspondent for YugaTech. Follow him on Twitter @turonbulaong.

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