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Old 01-19-2013, 03:52 PM   #8
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Originally Posted by intrinsic
None of the games feel awkward without button feedback? Unlike op, I still haven't made the jump to a smartphone, but this might convince me.

The develop teams of mobile gaming all have this challenge to over come. The games play a little bit differently, utilizing touchscreen capabilities. As with anything else you get used to it.

Unfortunately for games like Soulcraft they tried to merge the two and you end up with a touchscreen joystick. Which would be fine if it worked better. It doesn't.
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