Is mobile gaming dying?

The success of titles like Kim Kardashian: Hollywood is probably indicative of why mobile gaming has failed to seriously damage its rivals on console and PC. Whilst the game undoubtedly has appeal, it is unlikely to appeal to the same audience considering investment in an expensive machine.

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kalkano1398d ago

God, I hope so. That would be fantastic.

Bansai1398d ago

You'll find no argument here sir.

egidem1398d ago

Perhaps cellphones can go back to do what they're made for: making phone calls.

trickman8881398d ago (Edited 1398d ago )


Yes, obviously more options are a bad thing!

That is honestly one of the most idiotic posts i've read on N4g, aside from the usual Sony/Microsoft/Nintendo fanboyism that runs rampant here

Cell Phones being able to internet browse, play games(which includes emulators) and access to a plethora of apps is not a bad thing. don't want to use a smartphone? Don't, use a fliphone and make calls. Or get a cheap smartphone and make calls only

But to suggest that cell phones should strip down to bare bones is idiotic, and selfish. Same goes for the people who have the audacity to agree with your joke of a comment.

ScottyHoss1398d ago

Only games worth playing on my phone are NDS games and Remote Play.

breakpad1398d ago (Edited 1398d ago )

to develop a game you must have a talent and dedication (like any other art based product)..making garbage electronic products for mobile users and calling them games doesnt making you a game dev..i hope it dies for good along with all the pseudo-lame-mobile game developers

Sheed1398d ago (Edited 1398d ago )

Nvm, you meant "That" type of mobile gaming.
I hope so, it's disgraceful to even call that garbage gaming

Dogswithguns1398d ago

I really freaking hope so...

RG_Dubz1398d ago

I never even knew people considered that gaming..

HighResHero1398d ago (Edited 1398d ago )

Some people who liked to twist things around and/or ignore objective reality did.

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