Rather than go off track on another thread, I'll just start a new one. I've been reading some doom and gloom stuff about Microsoft gaming and the Xbox One (which is under performing). Granted, the gloomy ones are suits not gamers so I don't know that they are as aware as they might be and I do think that Microsoft has lost sight of what a console is supposed to be; but, I was wondering about something mentioned. It was stated that games and gamers were migrating to mobile devices and that consoles were a dying thing. I have to confess that the proliferation of mobile devices and digital everything just doesn't really work for my psyche. I have always failed to see why someone would buy a big giant TV and then watch movies on a smart phone. Do you enjoy big effects movies on a tiny screen? I have an iPad and it does what I want it to do very well indeed but gaming is not one of those things. I…another confession, I am an outlier on the bell curve of life…don't really like the casual games available for the most part and the more complex games that are suitable for small screens (I do have a DS and a PSP) are not on the iPad.
So, to get to the question (at last) do you game on mobile devices? Do you really want to play Skyrim or Halo or CoD or any other big game of your choice on a smart phone or tablet? Does that work for you? I mean to think of Titanfall on a smart phone is just as much an oxymoron as jumbo shrimp.