After weeks (months?) of people asking on a nearly daily basis where The Binding of Issac: Rebirth ($14.99), it finally hit last night and both the forum thread and the comments on the release post. Amid the excitement and pricing complaints are a few interesting tidbits from developer Tyrone Rodriguez.
First off, if you’re worried about the price of the game and forking out fifteen bucks only to have it go on sale in a couple weeks, Rodriguez has committed to the game’s price staying the same, saying “The price will not change, a month from now or a year from now." Additionally, the iOS version of The Binding of Issac is the best performing iteration of the game, running at a solid 60fps on the iPhone 6 and more recent device.
Better yet, as mentioned on our forums not only is the game universal to run both on the iPhone and iPad (with cloud save game syncing) but in the future they’ll also be bringing it to the Apple TV via the same original purchase by expanding the universal binary to the Apple TV as well. So, grab the game now and play it on your iPhone and/or iPad, and when it’s eventually released on the Apple TV you’ll own it there too.