Submitted by PaPa-Slam 963d ago | interview

How DeNA's The Drowning flicks two fingers at conventional FPS touchscreen controls

Pocket Gamer: Game developers like to throw around terms such as 're-inventing this' or 'revolutionising that'.

Halo's tag of 'Combat Evolved' is one of the few that backed up the hype with reality.

But, when it comes to first-person shooters on touchscreen devices, it's clear there's a fundamental problem that needs to be solved, re-invented or revolutionised - however you want to put it. (iPad, The Drowning)

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