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Monday, 10 October 2011 10:01

4 free EA games for Xperia Play

Written by David Stellmack

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Good promotion for the holidays

Sony is teaming up with Electronic Arts to offer four free titles to those that purchase a Sony Xperia Play between now and January 15, 2012. The four free titles are the Xperia PLAY versions of Dead Space, Battlefield Bad Company 2, Need for Speed Shift, and Need for Speed Hot Pursuit.

So, if you are looking for a reason to buy an Xperia PLAY, then four “A List” titles might help give you a reason to consider it. We will have to see if the addition of four games to the mix helps lure buyers away from the iPhone; we are not really sure that this is going to help, but it can’t really hurt, either.


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