How anyone can think that "religious freedom" extends to imposing their beliefs onto others is beyond me.
If someone has a religious objection to gay relationships the appropriate outcome is don't have one. Period. It doesn't give them special powers to discriminate against someone who might use their business (yes even a bed and breakfast) in the same way that my personal/religious objection to firearms doesn't strip other people of their 4th amendments...
It's actually worse than that because half the time when you do have it correctly oriented it's not aligned perfectly and because you don't want to push it in the wrong way and break something you end up trying the other side anyway. Then you have to work out which side felt the "least wrong" before jamming it in firmly.
It would be great if they made a physical controller with a 4-axis d-pad, ABXY buttons, 2-shoulder buttons (4 is too much) and twin analog sticks. While I recognise that the touch interface is great for some types of games (cardand board games) the touch interface is truly awful for interacting with games that don't require you to manipulate objects directly. I love my Wii U but it really struggles from a lack of third party content.
I really thought this would be in Australia by now. Compatible EFTPOS terminals have already been rolled out extensively and there are only a handful of major banks that would need to support it at launch all of whom have expressed interest. At least the NFC is locked down watertight so we don't have to deal with every bank trying to roll out a flustercuck of mediocre propriety versions.
It's unfortunate that you would choose DKCR, one of the most challenging platformer games ever made, do demonstrate the viability of on-screen software buttons. There are a handful of levels that require single button input but generally the precision and button combos this game demands absolutely requires the use of a physical controller.