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  1. Exactly, I don't know why people are so serious . Looks like B@sea doesn't visit the forum nowadays Its just amazing how everyone wrote off mobile gaming and now every bastard child has the latest phone and a data package
  2. On 11/01/2011 at 15:31, Spacehost said: I think it's pretty bonkers to think that the nacent smartphone game market- which on Android is so far behind the DS in terms of useability and quality as to make comparisons of the two platforms absurd- will replace portable game systems. Boyatsea Posted January 11, 2011 Well, bonkers or not, the model adopted by smartphones will eventually replace and supersede what we currently understand as handhelds. I can tell you, on my side of the fence, it's bonkers to think the ball isn't already in motion on that score. Portable gaming is, in effect, becoming mobile gaming. You heard it here first!
  3. After the latest Battlegrounds player base news and success of Fortnite mobile our old chum B@sea was right. Boyatsea Posted January 10, 2011 I think, if I was to hazard a guess, both 3DS and PSP2 combined will sell around a third to half less than what DS and PSP have managed by the end of the 'generation'. They're both going to be superseded several times over by smartphones. Just an opinion, of course Couldn't reply in the sale's thread as it's closed. Some choice quotes scottcr Posted January 10, 2011 B@C is convinced we'll all be doing our portable gaming on phones that cost 500 quid - even 5 year olds! Boyatsea Posted January 10, 2011 Yeah, because that's how much the average person pays for their phone, isn't it. We all buy them out of contract for top whack. Aside from that, scott, you're also forgetting iPod touch - which actually accounts for more than half of iOS sales, I believe - iPad and the forthcoming Galaxy Player, which is likely to be the first of many such devices. Apps on smartphones will make up the majority of people's handheld gaming time over the course of the next few years On 11/01/2011 at 13:34, Stolly said: First off DS's to a large extent are bought for non-smart phone owning kids, especially kids in the 6 to 12 age range. So the advent of smart phone gaming apps no matter how cheap won't have much impact there. Parents on the whole try and deter kids of this age from getting too mobile phone obsessed too.
  4. Sainsbos £35 when you spend £30 on shopping I think.
  5. On talkSPORT they were advertising the Xbone version for £35 when bought with a £15 Xbox live voucher at Tesco available from midnight.
  6. Thanks. Was mainly asking for a FIFA mad friend. One other thing I have read is the US version will have ESPN presentation instead of Sky Sports presentation is this true?
  7. Just a couple of questions with going US digital download route then playing on a UK PS+ accounts. After it's downloaded with the new (non ps+) US account can you just log into your UK (ps+) account and play as normal? Can you still buy Ultimate Team packs with UK accounts like normal? With UK credit or from a UK Bank card from the dash? In the slim chance your PS4 breaks and you get a replacement console. Will the download be only be playable with the primary US account you downloaded it originally with? Thanks
  8. I just hope Minecraft doesn't go the way of NSS after 'that' update!
  9. Are N64 style expansion packs possible for the bone?
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