Angry Birds vs. Angry Birds - Page 3
Price-Angry Birds App Store (Ernesto Guillermo)
For a game with 240 levels—and new levels coming all the time—and at a mere $0.99 is absolutely amazing. This game is filled with hours and hours of gameplay, the game could suck and it would still be a steal of a deal. Luckily it doesn’t suck, in fact it’s arguably the best app ever created, scoring more 5/5’s then just about every game out there. There is also a Top-In-App-Purchase called the Mighty Eagle (another angry bird to add to your arsenal) for an additional $0.99, which you can use to instantly beat any level that you are stuck on. You only have to buy the Mighty Eagle once and it’s yours forever, however, it does seem a little odd and a touch unreasonable that this one little feature of the game costs as much as the game itself.
Price-Angry Birds PlayStation Network (Hatok)
As you can see from above, the PSP port of Angry Birds is haphazard at best. Why then, does it cost three dollars more to buy? The PSP version sports a drastically worse control scheme, fewer features, and leaves all the rest unchanged. You won't be finding any new or exclusive features here. At a price like $0.99 I believe Angry Birds PSP would have still deserved a recommendation; the game is worse than its original, but it is still playable and enjoyable. But at a price like $3.99, I feel people should be warned to stay away from this. You can always wait for port to a system that does feature touch controls (And believe me they're coming) but if you're absolutely desperate to play the game, and don't have an iProduct, I suppose Angry Birds PSP would be a decent buy.
Angry Birds iPhone: +
The game features natural intuitive gameplay that only add to the already addictive concept. The quantity and quality only add bang for your buck.
Angry Birds PSP: -
The game is a lazy port that inexplicably has had features trimmed, yet costs 4 times the original price.