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EA have made their top 4 titles free for Xperia Play owners!

Originally the offer was advertised as 'for a limited period only', it appears to have been extended for Halloween. Scarier than Halloween as a child, Dead Space is amongst the freebies, as well as Battlefield Company 2, Need For Speed: Shift and EA's latest racing masterpiece; Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit.

Getting your gaming thumbs on these titles couldn't be easier.

Step 1

Slide the phone open to reveal the on-screen Game Launcher which will show the 4 free games available.

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You’ll then be prompted to connect to a WiFi network.

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Once connected, simply touch the icon of the game you want and your download will begin!

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Battlefield Bad Company™ 2 - Feel the adrenaline-pumping intensity of close-quarter combat. Track 14 single-player missions across 5 intensely detailed battle zones, and wreak havoc on enemy forces with an arsenal of weapons and multiple vehicle types!

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Need for Speed™ Shift - THINK FAST! DRIVE FASTER! OPTIMIZED FOR ANDROID™! Featuring 20 awesome cars like the Lamborghini Gallardo, 18 tracks in 3 stunning locations, Quick Race and Career Modes, 3 difficulty settings, and physics-based accelerated 3D graphics.

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Need for Speed™ Hot Pursuit - Feel the rush of the escape and the thrill of the takedown as the Cop or the Racer. Chose from 20 super-charged cars in 24 events. Use weapons like roadblocks, spike strips, EMP locks, overdrive, jamming, and oil slicks. All with HD-quality graphics.

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Paul O'Brien founded MoDaCo in 2002 as a site focused on Windows Smartphones and has grown it since then by concentrating on providing a friendly community for both experienced and beginner mobile enthusiasts.

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