Submitted by Scholla 441d ago | article

How Mobile/Handheld Gaming Stacks Up

SaraU from CCU writes:

Don’t get me wrong: I love consoles. And I think my collection of them over the years could prove that point as I’ve owned nearly every one that’s been released in my twenty some-odd years. However, as anyone who games knows full well, there are the inevitable dry spells that arise and cause you to think twice about that massive price-tag associated with your latest console. Did I really need to spend $400 on that Xbox One, you think to yourself, bemoaning the loss of a chunk of your checking account. OK, I’m being dramatic, but those dry spells are serious business and can often lead to frustration for console lovers. To that, however, I say one thing: Why haven’t you tried mobile gaming yet? (3DS, Android, iPad, iPhone, Mobile, Nintendo DS)

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