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Submitted by renome 254d ago | article

Biggest myths about mobile gaming debunked

For as long as I’ve been following the gaming industry, I cannot recall one aspect of it, one phenomenon that grew and is still growing as rapidly as mobile gaming. What was a barely existing market in 2004 is now one the most lucrative parts of the video game industry ten years later, and is largely responsible for the fact that today, more than half a billion of people are playing games for at least one hour a day.

As with everything that gets tremendously popular, mobile gaming has been getting a lot of hate from various directions. A smaller portion of it was somewhat justified, but most either wasn’t or was wrongly aimed. Today, I’ll attempt to debunk the most common myths regarding playing games on smartphones and tablets. So, without further ado, here’s what I’ve identified as the biggest myths about mobile gaming... (3DS, Android, Casual games, Culture, iPad, iPhone, Mobile, Nintendo DS, PS Vita)

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