Rumours have been flying left, right and center lately, as MacWorld’s over and we’re preparing for a potential Apple event in the middle of the year. Another rumour has hit the shelves this week: Apple are planning to add a “Premium Games” section to their Application Store.
An unnamed game-publisher rep has stated that Apple have started to prep developers for “PSP-Quality” games which will cost $19.99 each.
Of course, this could be a possible reason for rumours of Multi-Core Processors in the next gen of both iPod Touch and iPhone.
The way it would work, is that it would only be open to selected game devs that Apple choose – Meaning there’ll be no flashinglight-esque games on the premium section.
Would you pay $19.99 for a game from Apple? Would these premium games be longer, better and have more features than what’s currently available on the App Store? Rolando – potentially the best game for the iPhone platform recently – was amazing, but short for the price it costed.
Leave your comments below. We’d love to know how you’d feel if a $19.99 game category were created.