The iPhone is a different market than other handheld gaming platforms. Nintendo is finding this out the hard way. Games are normally sold for $US0.99, sometimes $US1.99, and while there’s a ton of shit out there, there are also plenty of great titles available in that budget price range, which can give you hours and hours of enjoyment.
Square Enix doesn’t care. It’s launching the game, first out in 1997, for the insane price of $US16. I get it, it’s an established game, and Square Enix has launched other recent games at “premium” prices, but $US16 for a game that’s nearly 15 years old (and that many of you may own on multiple platforms already) is taking the piss.