New iPods Require Second Game Purchase For Some
6:07 AM | Cord Kruse | 1 comment
iLounge is reporting that consumers who have upgraded to one of Apple's recently released iPod Nanos (with video) or Classic iPods will have to purchase new copies of the games for the new devices even if they already own versions compatible with older iPods.
iLounge has confirmed with Apple that past purchasers of iPod games will have to re-purchase the titles to play them on the recently-released iPod classic and iPod nano (with video). According to an Apple representative, the games will need to be repurchased because they were “reformatted” for the new iPods. Head over to the site below to read more.
iLounge: New iPod Game Issue
Reformatted iPod games currently include EA’s Tetris and Sudoku, as well as Namco Networks’ Ms. Pac-Man. An additional 15 titles are yet to be converted for play on the iPod classic and new nano. Each game sells for $4.99, and no further guarantees of compatibility with other devices, such as a computer, iPhone, or iPod touch, are made by Apple.
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