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Wednesday, 21 March 2007 16:30

NBA Live 07 and Tiger Woods PGA tour 07 launched

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More games for your mobile phones

 

Electronic Arts Inc. today announced the availability of Tiger Woods PGA TOUR 07 and NBA LIVE 07 for mobile phones. Both games are available now from operators across Europe. 

 

NBA features five on five court where you can choose any of the 30 NBA teams with real players and Tiger Woods PGA Tour lets you play as the man himself in a solo game or against competitors. 
 
"With the release of both NBA LIVE 07 and Tiger Woods PGA TOUR 07 we are absolutely delighted to bring more EA SPORTS titles to the mobile platform,” said Javier Ferreira, VP European Publishing, EA Mobile. “Alongside EA SPORTS FIFA 07, our portfolio of mobile games is now bursting with legendary sporting titles that offer terrific entertainment for both mobile gamers and sports fans alike.”

 

This is a big market with big bucks but we don't beleive that too many people actually buy there games.  

 

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