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EA Server Crash Causes Player Progress, In-App Purchases To Be Wiped From Theme Park For iOS

EA Server Crash Causes Player Progress, In-App Purchases To Be Wiped From Theme Park For iOS

That’s what it should say.

EA’s free Theme Park game for iOS broke down yesterday, and gamers were unable to access the parks they’d spent time building. The company managed to get everything working again, but once the game was back online, users found that all of their progress had been wiped.

The parks they’d build, the achievements they’d earned, and worse, the items they’d bought using in-app purchases were gone.

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EA’s New Simpsons Game Joins Growing Pile Of Epic iOS Fails

EA’s New Simpsons Game Joins Growing Pile Of Epic iOS Fails

A little over a week after pulling Battlefield 3: Aftershock from the App Store for connection issues and a truly disappointing gameplay experience, EA has pulled The Simpsons: Tapped Out, for much the same reasons.

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EA Pulls Disappointing Battlefield 3: Aftershock Shooter From App Store

EA Pulls Disappointing Battlefield 3: Aftershock Shooter From App Store

We were looking forward to EA’s latest Battlefield title for iOS before it hit the App Store. But when it finally arrived, we couldn’t have been more disappointed. Battlefield 3: Aftershock offered only online gameplay, with just one map and a very limited variety of arsenal. Gameplay was frustrating at best, plagued by unbearable lag on top of server and connection errors.

It’s no surprise, then, that EA has now pulled the release from the App Store.

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Battlefield 3: Aftershock Provides A Free Taste Of Online Multiplayer, But It’s A Bitter One

Battlefield 3: Aftershock Provides A Free Taste Of Online Multiplayer, But It’s A Bitter One

EA has launched Battlefield 3: Aftershock in the U.S. App Store today, providing first-person shooter players with the opportunity to enjoy online multiplayer gaming for free on their iOS devices. However, it’s not quite the Battlefield 3 release we were expecting.

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