EA Has 16 Titles Lined Up For The Samsung Galaxy S4

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EA has plans of releasing no less than 16 titles for the Samsung Galaxy S4 phone.
This was revealed by EA vice president of new platforms Glenn Rolands when he announced the publisher’s partnership with Samsung:

The device’s higher resolution, larger screen and increased processing power will give our games an opportunity to look even more beautiful for Samsung consumers.

The titles will be available in April and can be purchased from the Google Play Store. These 16 titles will include the likes of Real Racing 3, Tetris Blitz, Simpsons: Tapped Out, Plants vs. Zombies, Monopoly and Bejeweled Blitz.

Keep in mind that this is not the first time we have heard about Samsung when it comes to video gaming in the last few days. Is it possible that we may see an arrival of another technology giant in the videogames industry soon?

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