Kamis, 16 Mei 2013

[Mobile Cellphone Info] Feature : Android VS the console

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Feature : Android VS the consoleAndroid games are better than ever,but can they
replace your home console.? We load up the console-style mobile games and find
outthe quantity of games on Google Play has exploded in the past few months.
with so much choice available, developers are consistently trying to think of
new concepts and push our Android phones fno the max. Some of the biggest
franchises on the Google Play Store are games like Angry Birds and Cut the Rope.
Theres no doubt these games are both fantastic in their own way. but Android
gaming doesnt just have to be about cutesy 20 graphics.and instead a new era of
Android gaming is coming into the spotlight: console quality gaming. Many of
theindustry's top videogame developers have been busy bringing their console
gems over to our pocket handsets. Two years ago we'd never have thought wed be
able to play games like Grand Theft Auto on our Android devices, but now it's
one of the best-selling apps on Google Play ever. These console-quality games
are a lot pricier than a large portion of the typical games that are released on
to the Google Play store, but in return you get a solidinstalment of the
original console game. For obvious reasons. these ports may not be as complex as
their console friends.and you will obviously find some notable differences
between them and the larger console versions of the game, but still, they both
offer a whole lot of fun! Ever-popular franchises like Sonic the Hedgehog, FIFA
and Pro Evolution Soccer have all found their home on the Google Play store. In
some areas, they may not be as polished as their console counterparts, but they
still offer quality gaming experiences - and. lets not forget, for only a
fraction ofthe price that youd pay for them on a console.The Google Play Store
also gives the opportunity for some franchises to expand into new directions,
and to perhaps try out something a little different. The popular Brothers In
Arms series. for instance, has already been ported to Android, and yes, it plays
brilliantly. The game still depicts the same basic concepts as youll see in its
console version, but an entirely refreshed and revamped campaign has been
implemented, addingsomething new for existing players.It isnt just established
console game developers that have taken the plunge to offer console-quality
games on our Android devices. however. Mobile gaming giants Gameloft and Kemco
are two prime examples of mobile developers that are consistently looking to
push the boundaries of our Android devices by creating their own 3D-esque
franchises. Gameloft is famously known for its Modern Combat series.a series
which boasts all the elements of a similar console game. as well as brilliant
graphics. kemco. meanwhile, has rejuvenated the RPG genre and now offers the
standard of RPGs you'd expect to play on your xbox 360 or PlayStation 3. With
developers constantly looking to improve the quality of Android gaming, the
standard of software and hardware has had to improve. The latest update to the
Android OS, Ice Cream Sandwich, allows for gamerslooking for the most authentic
gaming experience to plug in a variety of USB controllers to their devices.Even
for people who have yet to get a slice of Ice Cream Sandwich, both Gingerbread
and Honeycomb support aselection of Bluetooth and external controllers. There's
also a number of slightly more oddball accessories availablefor Android users,
with gaming wheels. modified headsets and specialised docks being just a few of
the things on offer. In terms of software. the biggest development for being
able to play console games on Android devices has to be 0nLive.0nLive offers
avid gamers the chance to play their best-loved hits from the Xbox 360 and
PlayStation 3 on their phone or tablet. Although the service has quite a limited
selection of titles at the moment, as well asbeing compatible with only a few
devices, it works a treat.and nothing beats stamping out criminals on LA Noire
while on the daily commute. There's even a full-sized gaming controller, in the
style of the Xbox 360 controller, to make you feel right at home. One of the
great things about mobile technology is that it's constantly changing. Every day
we're seeing brand-new phones announced. newtablets hitting our shelves, new
apps and innovative software being developed, and with this we SEE further
possibilities for console games on Android devices.Mobile World Congress played
host to the announcement of the LG Optimus AX HD. ZTE Era and Huawei Ascend D.
What do all of these phones have in common? Well, they're quadcore. and with it
offer more power to run power-hungry console games. With the high standard of
console games on dual-core phones, the possibilities seem endless with what can
be achieved on a quad-core device. We can*t wait to find out.

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