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Joe Danger Touch proves console to mobile transition can be successful - Gaming Everywhere Review

Gaming Everywhere writes, "At $2.99, Joe Danger Touch isn’t one of the more affordable iOS games, but it is one of the more polished and addicting. The simplistic nature of sidescrollers is nothing new to mobile games, so it’s really no surprise that Joe Danger Touch doesn’t miss a beat when compared to its predecessors."

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MultiConsoleGamer1291d ago

Addictive and fun. I'm loving it.

MikeMyers1290d ago

And that is what it should all boil down to, having fun. Not telling everyone it's not as good as playing on a controller or that ios games shouldn't be taken seriously. It's about expanding the market and making games more accessible while still retaining the challenge for those who want challenging games. It's not about hardcore gamers versus casual gamers, it's about playing games in different ways on different platforms and having fun.

I bought this long ago on my PS3 and it was a great game.

rbailey1291d ago

Everything said in this review is absolutely true. Great game and a great review.

360ICE1290d ago

You do not have the same precision without triggers.
Die mobile gaming, die.

I like Joe Danger though.

WeAreLegion1290d ago

It's probably pretty easy to port a simplistic game like this to phones. EA managed to port Dead Space to phones and I don't see a lot of praise for that, despite how well done it is. :/

Joe Danger is a fantastic title, but still. A game like Joe Danger, flOw, or World of Goo (which has been ported) works well on handhelds/mobile phones.

Now, if I can only get Minecraft PE on the Vita... -_-

soundslike1290d ago

"At $2.99, Joe Danger Touch isn’t one of the more affordable iOS games"

as someone who doesn't mobile game, let me say something:

Y'all motherfuckers need a reality check.

dragunrising1290d ago

I game on mobile on occation and roll my eyes at the ridiculous price of 99 cents most games sell at. For a quality, lenghty experience that price point isnt sustainable. Its upsetting that journalists perpetuate the belief that $2.99 is expensive.

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