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Submitted by games4thought 536d ago | article

Who Needs A Galaxy S4 When The iPhone Has All the Games You Need?

Smartphone news is generally less than exciting when viewed from the gamer's gaze. A single new iteration of a new phone rarely generates major advances in mobile gaming. If you've somehow come to expect the S4 to suddenly make Android into a great gaming platform, I would stop holding my breath now. (Android, Apple, Infinity Blade, Infinity Blade 2, iPad, iPhone, Mobile, Samsung, Super Crate Box)

xHeavYx  +   537d ago
Who needs a smartphone to play games when next gen consoles are around the corner?
schlanz  +   536d ago
And since when do people choose smartphones based on what dime a dozen games it has?
THC CELL  +   537d ago
Sony Xperia z hmmm
Hedstrom  +   537d ago
Smartphones overall is pretty bad for gaming. The specifik cons with the iphone is the screensize, lack of memmoryslot and the restrictions in the os.
LAWSON72  +   536d ago
I do not game on my phone except for pokemon on gb emulator. I am not sure what to upgrade to next month the xperia z or s4. The xperia z has similar specs and has that resistance to water which is pretty awesome but the s4 continues the greatness of the s3.
T2  +   536d ago
Didnt u read the article ? U clearly need an iphone lol ... Sent via xperia
jeeves86  +   536d ago
Because Apple sucks. Obviously.
Hicken  +   536d ago
No way in hell I'd get an Apple ANYTHING, especially if there was an alternative of similar or better quality, like the S4.
kreate  +   536d ago
Screen too small on iPhone.

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