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March 28th, 2013, 09:36
Originally Posted by Dr. A View Post
Well, Ubisoft does have same good IPs but they seem to be advocates of publishing to multiple platforms. Which isn't necessarily a bad thing because more people enjoying a game is always a positive. But "dumbing-down" certain aspects (UI, controls, core gameplay) MAY occur.

Let's hope they realize that a large number of the player-base is intelligent enough to play and enjoy the classic game styles. This might spur them on to develop games in a similar vein.
Seems to me that a turn & step based first person party game would be rather easy to adapt to tablets without losing much at all. There's nothing that requires fine degrees of mouse control in this type of game and movement is easily done using an on screen arrow block, which the interface of M&M already has. Also this type of game doesn't make heavy requirements on hardware.
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