Team Fusion, a start-up independent gaming and tech firm, publicly unveiled today their first project, a handheld game console powered by the Android operating system.
What fresh hell is this?
the whole appeal to mobile games is that they're mobile...do these companies realize this? I'm not putting my ps4 away to play cut the rope on tv... just make attachable controller case thing that lets you play with physical buttons :<
Uh... not sure what you mean? You're saying mobile games are supposed to be mobile. I think you missed a key word in the title lol.
yes...yes l did miss that. checking this on my phone, it was off the screen a bit >.> if this thing is basicaly open source like the android os on phones are...this thing can be a rom machine! imagine portable n64 games :D
Lame... Why would I want this. If I can play the same games on my phone.
Yeah Android consoles are one thing, but Android handhelds? That seems very redundant.
Actually would be pretty dope for emulators, other then that lame...
Have my Xperia z1 bluetoothed to my Ps3 controller for emulators works great
I have a strong dislike for the Android platform.
I have a strong dislike for the iSheeps.
Android as no quality control on its market place and most games on the Android Market are copies of each other and full of Ads and micro purchasing shit.
and apple is simply over rated and act like a bunch of nazies, "Android Market are copies of each other", kinda ironic since flappy bird was a blatant ripoff of Piou Piou vs. Cactus....
the phones os does look like a piece of shit...l use windows for the cleaned look. I'd go apple but f that restricted as shit phone
Same here... Windows4life!
Right, because it sold so well with Ouya and nVidia Shield.
Physical controls are a plus, but heh.
but the real question is: who cares?
Android handheld? You mean a phone?
I run emulators on my 5.7 in galaxy note 3. No thank you to this iPhone 4 size screen. I can connect my PS3/4 controller to my phone via otg cable for physical buttons.
Yet another Android gaming device.... This market is so over saturated, it is in danger of eroding itself. Handhelds aside, I never understood the appeal of playing 'Mobile' games on a living room TV??? I mean, isn't the whole idea of Mobile Gaming based around not being at home?
It looks like poop.
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