I make video games.
Because, as we know from Nintendo and Sony, it would be more expensive and not be very good technology in the first place.
It’s cheap, but not accurate. If you want accuracy, try devices that have pen digitizers and pressure sensitivity. Obviously they’re more costly but it’s what I think Nintendo wanted their touch screens to feel like.
And not a very great screen, either. It uses the resistive touch technology found on the 3DS making multitouch impossible and using your fingers tedious.
I never played Mega Man until playing Mega Man 2 on my iPod touch. After that I bought a few of them on my Wii.
These days I really don’t have $60 to spend on one video game, on a college budget I wait for Steam sales.
OpenFeint is just the saddest story in mobile gaming.
Actually, they really haven’t. I’ve never installed an app that flat out did not do what it advertised.
Windows 8 came out just a year ago, but there are a couple Minecraft clones up on the store. Give it a few years and it’ll be right up there with iOS.
I really want Need for Speed: Most Wanted but I don’t want to deal with Origin, that is why my money is going elsewhere.
Hey, don’t give EA the cold shoulder.
But it is arguably more powerful than the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360…
How about, like, optimizations?
I think it would have been more like Metroid Prime…
Hey, me too!