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Dead Space for iOS review: console-quality survival horror on the iPhone and iPad

Dead Space is one of EA's best and biggest original IPs, and now to mark the release of Dead Space 2, the sci-fi survival horror franchise has made the leap to the portable screen. Dead Space for iOS charts an exclusive-to-the-App-Store prelude to the frightfest that is Dead Space 2. But does the visceral horror, suspense and thrilling action translate to the mobile screen? I took a look at the...

Dead Space for iOS lands on the iPhone and iPad

In conjunction with the PC and console launch of Dead Space 2, EA's firing on all cylinders with the launch of Dead Space for iOS. Although Dead Space is now available on both the iPhone and the iPad, EA's unfortunately decided not to make it a universal app, meaning you'll have to buy it twice if you want it on both your iPhone and iPad, and at $6.99 and $9.99 respectively that's not a cheap...

Mobile Minute: Free EA games for UK and Ireland Palm Pre users!

With Palm's webOS App Catalog finally starting to roll out paid applications around the world, EA Mobile and Palm seem to be enticing folks to start using the App Catalog with a trio of free games. Unfortunately, in order to nab the three downloads -- Need for Speed Underground, Monopoly and The Sims 3 -- you'll need to be in the UK or Ireland. If you're one of the folks with a Palm Pre in...

Look out, Skype: Vivox bringing voice chat to 250 million Facebook users

Facebook's on-site chat applet has been a big ol' success. Nearly everyone and their grandmother has at least tried it out, and I know plenty of people that don't even bother with traditional IM after using it. But text chatting is so last decade. Heck, I could do that way back when our high school computer lab was running on token ring and Cleveland Freenet was the place to be. Why not...

Are ad-supported video games the next big thing?

Last year Electronic Arts released classic strategy game Command & Conquer as a free, ad-supported download. Now the company is going one step further with plans to release a brand spanking new game as a free download (with advertisements, of course). The New York Times reports that the upcoming Battlefield Heroes title will also allow users to spend real money to buy outfits, weapons, and...

iPhone open SDK coming after all?

When Apple introduced the iPhone at this year's Macworld Expo, there was a great sigh of disappointment when Steve Jobs informed his developer community that only web-based applications would be supported on the iPhone. That is, no Software Development Kit (SDK) to create native programs. Among other things, this letdown limited developers' ability to harness the iPhone's coveted multi-touch...

Riding the bus but miss driving your car to work?

Just when you thought you were going to get away from the rat race of a freeway commute and take the train, Nokia and EA have found a way to get you back into the driver's seat. A version of Need For Speed: Carbon has been released for Java-supporting mobile phones such as the excellent N73. On Nokia N-series phones, you can grab the racer by launching the Download! option. Then strap in and hit...