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Submitted by DirtyMike 1448d ago | article

Uncharted Golden Abyss: Touch Screen Only A Strong Possibility

Nathan Drake's next adventure is one that takes place on a smaller device, but still has all the big set pieces the series is known for. We wrote a piece earlier this year covering some of the touch features the game will utilize. The article covered the potential possibility of playing the game without using traditional controls at all. (PS Vita, Uncharted: Golden Abyss)

webeblazing  +   1448d ago
datz HOTT!!!
eraursls84  +   1448d ago
Personally touch screen doesn't work to well for most games(shooters and action games), its a great addition to traditional controls but not as the only controls. Some games have very intuitive touch controls, like nova and modern combat, but the simple fact that my hands are covering half of my screen all the time makes it hard to see. I like what I've seen from resistance, traditional controls with touch screen to enhance gameplay. As long as we have options I'm happy.
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