It’s safe to say that ’s given the gaming industry a square kick in the tender regions. Despite their bluster, dismissing in every way possible, Sony and Nintendo are both clearly concerned by the meteoric rise of iPod touch and as handheld gaming devices. Although great are the driving force behind the success of Apple gaming, low prices have also helped. Most ‘premium’ titles cost six quid or less, and many developers end up in a race to 59p, thereby providing that’d cost 20 quid on a rival platform for the price of a Kit-Kat.

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