1. himmatsj's Avatar
    Hi guys.

    Back in January, when my Tab 10.1 was not supported, I had to get an apk file of Dead Space to play it. Now that my device is supported, I'm planning on getting it.

    However, the game required me to connect to the Internet to play. Would this be the same if I bought the game also?

    I've gone through some forums and I saw that NBA Jam cracked requires connection as well, but on Google Play, reading through reviews I cannot find any concrete info.

    Please let me know as I wouldn't want to fork out RM20 for a game that I cannot play while I'm traveling.
    05-03-2012 11:03 AM
  2. bdfull3r's Avatar
    When you first start most EA games it requires a verification though that can be cracked obviously. Most of them also require massive amounts of extra data to be downloaded. Like 500MB extra
    05-03-2012 06:13 PM
  3. himmatsj's Avatar
    So after the first time verification, every time henceforth you can play w/o Internet connection...?
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    05-04-2012 10:20 AM
  4. bdfull3r's Avatar
    i can not say for all games. But from the couple of EA games i have played yes. After that verifications (a lot of cracked apps don't even have it) and the intial download. You can play without internet access
    05-04-2012 10:47 AM
  5. himmatsj's Avatar
    Thanks man. I'd like to know if this is the case for Dead Space specifically, so if anyone has any info, do share
    05-06-2012 10:01 AM
  6. bdfull3r's Avatar
    Thanks man. I'd like to know if this is the case for Dead Space specifically, so if anyone has any info, do share
    Dead Space, after you download the initial 490mv then you do not need the internet anymore
    05-07-2012 07:39 AM
  7. Jorell Williams1's Avatar
    excuse me deadspace on my phone wont work without being connected to the internet
    08-08-2014 10:03 AM
  8. Jason Kaehler's Avatar
    EA has experimented on and off with various 'online required' strategies over the years. The most famous debacle was around Sim City recently. It really depends on the game and studio within EA. There is no single company-wide technology or policy at this time.
    08-16-2014 07:47 PM
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