Gameloft VP of Americas Answers Gamers’ Questions

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  • 21 Jul 2012
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  • Android is becoming more and more the first choice when it comes to gamer preferences. Either through Gameloft titles or that upcoming Ouya Android console, it’s certain that something is happening, that is evolution. Now Gameloft’s VP of Americas, Baudouin Corman answered the questions of some gamers.

    That took place during a Q&A session and also addressed some of the complaints that have been going on lately. One of them was why Gameloft doesn’t support more Android devices. The answer was that there are a lot of devices with different screen sizes, different firmware and different specifications. Gameloft wants to provide the optimal playing experience, so that’s why they don’t offer newer games on older hardware, for example. One of the gamers asked why Gameloft had moved to a 100% freemium strategy, that was responded with the fact that they actually haven’t and they have a balanced offer.

    They gave examples such as NOVA 3 and The Dark Knight, that you pay for and don’t need to pay afterwards, but also Ice Age Village, that’s free, but requires some purchases. That gives you a wide choice, that also includes The Amazing Spiderman. Another pressing issue was the fact that games come to iOS earlier and Android later, but Gameloft promised that in 2012 their goal is simultaneous launches on both platforms for future games. You’ll get more answers, if you’re curious in the source link below.

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