(Posts: 94; Member since: 25 Apr 2013)
Is this a ios exclusive game??
(Posts: 121; Member since: 05 Jan 2013)
It is also coming soon to android just google it
(Posts: 295; Member since: 27 Nov 2012)
Another Apple's cheap tactics to pay for exclusivity just like Fifa 13, and those companies are stupid enough, imagine how much they'd have made compared to what Apple has paid them, PATHETIC!
(Posts: 236; Member since: 09 Sep 2011)
So far as I know, Apple doesn't pay for game exclusitivity. I don't think they ever have (they published ONE poker game and that's all). Nokia paid for exclusitivity so they could sell more Nokia phones. And the only exclusitivty they obtained was within the Windows Phone eco system itself.
Developers simply make their titles iOS exclusive for a while because it's just that much easier to make a game for compared to Android. Besides, Android and Window's Phone don't tend to create the same level of app revenue that the App Store does. Nothing sinister is going here. It's simple buisness sense.
Apple has been the king of smartphone/tablet gaming for years. It's not exactly a secret that Android absolutely pales in comparison when it comes to game apps. People are always welcome to purchase an iPod or iPad if they feel they need to play games exclusive to iOS.
(Posts: 398; Member since: 05 Dec 2011)
Son, iOS has always gotten the best games first. Look how long it took Android to get Final Fantasy 4. FF5 was out already for iOS. Also there are no Lego games for Android like harry potter or batman. We just have to accept that Apple is more popular for gaming then Android.
Before you start mouthing off and calling me an Apple fanboy, I use a Note 2.
(Posts: 820; Member since: 19 Oct 2011)
I loved HR on the PC!