ws11 wrote: »
A 3rd party company that's essentially rebadging/repackaging an Android gamepad for iOS does not suddenly mean that Apple is taking on PlayStation and Xbox. There is also the fact Apple's iOS has a very tiny gaming library composed of mostly old console ports.
You’re either kidding or crazy.
Name me at least 50 full feature titles (Examples: Battlefield 4 or Forza 5) that you would expect on a modern day console or computer, and then I might consider your point.
Flash style games (examples: Angry Birds or World of Goo) and old console ports (examples: Grand Theft Auto Vice City or Final Fantasy IV) will not count towards your 50.
You don’t seem to comprehend what’s going on here. Your arbitrary definitions are meaningless. Next you’ll claim only products from “AAA publishers” count.
Far from meaningless, you can trivialize things as much as you want, but you will remain in the wrong by doing so.
Xbox, PlayStation, PC (Steambox included) all have the latest and greatest AAA titles. iOS is polluted with garbage flash style games to boost up the title count, which is why they are being dismissed. Older console ports are also not always comparable to modern games, another reason they are being dismissed.
There is nothing unreasonable about the request, if you honestly believe iOS can compete (from a gaming standpoint) with PlayStation, Xbox or PC, then you would be able to provide the list.
Xbox, PlayStation, PC (Steambox included) all have the latest and greatest AAA titles.