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Submitted by Gekko 776d ago | review

‘Deus Ex: The Fall’ Is A Great Game On The Wrong Platform | Uproxx

Uproxx: ''One of the problems console developers have had with the boom in tablet gaming is that they all look at tablets, with the wealth of possibilities a touchscreen offers for innovative control schemes, and decide “We should try and make this a controller!” It never works. And Deus Ex: The Fall is a superb example of that, alas.'' (Android, Deus Ex: The Fall, iPad, iPhone) -

leahcim  +   776d ago
bring this to vita!
yog-sothot  +   776d ago
This would actually make me consider buying a Vita...
MilkMan  +   776d ago
Tell me about it. Call me when its back on the consoles. To date, the HIGHEST selling and most profitable game (series) has been Angry Birds since the inception of Apple Store....what the hell are these devs thinking?!
GABRIEL1030  +   776d ago
C'mon we need a Vita version, pls.
DJ  +   776d ago
Tablet/Mobile Gaming feels like a huge distraction for serious developers. This should have been a PC/Xbox/PS3 title. Even a Vita/3DS version would have sufficed.

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