EA Dominate The Charts

App Store heavy-hitter EA Mobile recently slashed the prices of their impressive back catelogue of iPhone games, a timely marketing stunt which (as of yesterday) saw them claim 12 of the top 20 spots in the charts just in time for the launch of iPhone 4.

EA also released NCAA Football, their first game specifically designed to take advantage of the iPhone 4’s gorgeous Retina display. A version of the game for iOS 3.x also launched yesterday, and both are now available from the App Store

From the press release: NCAA Football, the first game by EA Mobile designed specifically for iPhone 4, takes advantage of the device’s new Retina display. Players choose from over 55 of the most popular colleges to represent their school or create a new one, and lead them to glory in the BCS National Championship.  Multiplayer rivalries with head-to-head play and broadcast commentary from real-life commentators Lee Corso and Kirk Herbstreit further bring the intensity of college football to iPhone 4 gamers. With rules and plays reflecting the real NCAA Division 1 experience, sports enthusiasts can enjoy playing their favorite game the way it’s meant to be played.

EA Mobile is currently running a “Faster. Better. Brighter.” deal on some of its most popular iPhone titles available for download in the App Store. Prices range from $.99 to $2.99 and the sale runs until 9 p.m. PT on Monday, June 28. The following are titles participating in the program:

  • EA SPORTS™ 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™
  • CLUE
  • Command and Conquer™ Red Alert™
  • Madden NFL 10 by EA SPORTS™
  • NBA Live 2010 by  EA SPORTS™
  • Need for Speed™ SHIFT
  • Need for Speed Undercover
  • SimCity™ Deluxe
  • Tetris®
  • Tiger Woods PGA TOUR®
  • YAHTZEE Adventures

So what games are worth picking up? And how does NCAA Football look and play on iPhone? Pur-lease let us know!