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Why Games Matter Blog - Mobile Games Will Kill Us All

The market share for consoles and console games is rapidly shrinking, and soon, whenever you mention videogames, it'll be Angry Birds and FarmVille that pop into people's heads, not Grand Theft Auto and Call of Duty.

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Wintersun6161380d ago

The only thing they can kill is my interest.

Alos881380d ago

Just another doom and gloom article spouting the same nonsense.
Mobile gaming is here to stay, but it's its own thing- I'd even say it isn't directly competing with the console market.
You think just because people own iPhones they aren't going to buy home consoles? Please.

Silly Mammo1380d ago

I get excited about a mobile game for about a day and half. Then I lose interest and it just sits on my phone. I have about a dozen games that I played for a bit and then never pick up again.

from the beach1380d ago

Those bigger, meatier 'triple A' console games are failing us too - instead of becoming deeper and more sophisticated, they're becoming automatic or 'cinematic', basically idiot-proof.

It doesn't really matter to me whether the game is on a phone or console, download or disc, I'll play it so long as it doesn't suck ...

Disco Downey1380d ago

I play the puzzle games on my phone. Thats it. Currently playing "Shooter Bubble". Does when oim on the toilet/train and i have no book or waiting for a bus or something. thats it. Got FF3 and FMH (Football Manager Handheld) but i dont play them at all.

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