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Submitted by SoundGamer 633d ago | news

Free-To-Play iOS Game 'The Simpsons: Tapped Out' Earns EA $10 Million in March

GXC: "The mobile gaming market is going nowhere? People don’t like microtransactions? Sure, try telling that to EA after their recent financial results for its fourth fiscal quarter and fiscal year ended March 31, 2013. According to the report, the company is seeing a nice profit in the mobile gaming department." (Android, EA, iPad, iPhone, Mobile, The Simpsons: Tapped Out)

mushroomwig  +   633d ago
That's good for EA, if people are actually willing to pay real money for donuts then they deserve the money to be taken off them.
CommonSenseGamer  +   633d ago
Same could be said about anyone who pays for some forms of DLC. I think anyone who buys virtual clothes to dress their virtual self is plain crazy.
ThatMiamiGuy  +   633d ago
Well.... So much for any hopes of microtransactions being a fading trend.
SegaGamer  +   633d ago
If they have made that much then why not make a new Simpsons game for consoles. It's been ages since we had a Simpsons game. Hit and Run was awesome, they should make another one like that, but bigger.

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