Android users certainly have plenty of choices in the Google Play Store when looking for various game applications. The categories of games have grown and can certainly overwhelm gaming fans and enthusiasts. There’s just about one for every type of gamer in the Play Store; from those who play free slots games at win.com to gaming fans who enjoy more graphic intensive first person-shooters and RPGs. The choices are truly vast, with both free and paid game applications available for download. You may even be surprised by the price of games in the store, with some costing almost as much as game titles in other gaming gadgets and platforms. In this article, we will take a look at some of the more pricey games in the Google Play Store. We’ll give a brief overview of the games so you can assess if it’s worth its price.
Please take note that we are not making a list of the most expensive games, but a list of that we consider as a little pricey; hence, some may find more expensive games not included in the list, while others may find some of the games listed to be not expensive at all. Kindly read on below and see which among these games are worth your time and hard-earned money.
This game surely brings back memories for kids in the 90’s. After all, the Soul franchise has spawned numerous game series including SoulCalibur: Lost Sword, being the most recent. This 3D fighting game was originally released for arcade and was a huge hit among arcade gamers. It was eventually ported to Dreamcast and Xbox 360, and most recently, in Android. The mobile version looks and feels almost similar to the arcade version and just works flawlessly. The graphics are good, as well as the frame rate. Even the younger generation of mobile gamers will still enjoy this classic sword-fighting game. If you ask me, I’d say the Android port of Soul Calibur is worth every cent.
Final Fantasy VI ($15.99)
Originally released in 1994 for SNES, this role-playing game (RPG) was a favorite among gamers in the early 90’s. You may notice that this is the second ported game included in this list. However, unlike Soul Calibur, Final Fantasy VI (FF6) does not feature 3D graphics but more than makes up for a great plot and story line. Fans of the original game will surely enjoy this port in Android. With its $16 price tag, we’d say that you’ll surely be getting your money’s worth, and more.
Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour ($6.99)
Trigger happy gamers can have a watered down version of Call of Duty in mobile. Modern Combat 4, developed by Gameloft—arguably one of the more popular studios for mobile games, is a first-person shooter which allows players to play in Campaign or multiplayer mode. However, you need to be connected to the internet to play this game. Though the game can never live up to the standards set by the Call of Duty franchise (which is quite understandable), it can still provide hours of fun gaming.
The items listed above are just some of the paid games available for download in Android. There are surely plenty of other pricey games not included in our short list. How about you, what are your favorites? Hit the comments section below and share us your thoughts!