Is $20 too much to request an iOS game? 2K Games does not think so. The video game developer is bringing the popular 2012 turn-based method game XCOM: Enemy Unknown to the iPad, but the asking rate is dividing gamers all over the nation. So far the early testimonials about the iOS port are positive, but will iPad owners, who’re utilized to freemium apps, pay $20 for the game? Square Enix has had excellence charging $16 for its Final Fantasy iOS games … So why cannot 2K Games discover excellence on the iPad for an additional dollars?


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Many iOS users took to social networks to voice their annoyance with the game’s $20 price tag, but lots of players likewise hate the heavy in-app acquisition freemium model made use of by developers like EA. Yes, XCOM is a 2012 remake being ported to iOS in 2013, but it was also thought about one of the best games in 2012. So all of it depends on what a specific desires from an iOS game.

If you want to download a 3.2 GB file to your iPad, then you most likely won’t have a trouble paying $20 for it. A number of credibled tech blog sites who’ve played an early launch of the game, say it lends itself well to touch based controls, and that it looks remarkable on the iPad’s Retina screen. However, the App Shop is pretty crowded with high-grade cost effective method games. It’s visiting take a lot even more than good graphics to convince typical iPad players to pay that much for an additional turn-based activity game.

XCOM: Enemy Unknown will be offered for the iPad 2, iPad 3, iPad 4, iPad mini, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5 and the fifth-gen iPod touch on June 20, 2013. It’s a remake of 1994 PC strategy game UFO: Enemy Unknown, and is currently available for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.

Will you pay $20 to download it?