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Submitted by TheIndieMine 568d ago | opinion piece

Is mobile gaming a boon or bane for console gaming?

The Indie Mine guest blogger Lily Sommers examines whether mobile gaming can finally deliver the knockout punch to consoles. (Mobile)

malokevi  +   568d ago
I'm going with bane.

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"you made a mistake coming down here, Batman..."
HammadTheBeast  +   568d ago
It's pretty lame.
shadowmist13  +   568d ago
Well i have like 30 games on my fone and i only play game dev story because its quick to load and you can play 2min or 2hours,but thats just to burn time,the reason mobile games rules the market is because about 80% of all the games you probably have on your phone was free,like dead trigger or angry birds(android)

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