Quote Originally Posted by soldant View Post
Tablets are not mobile devices? What...?!
Mobile in a sense of "people want quickfire games they can play on the bus/whilst waiting in a queue" - I've yet to see someone pull an iPad out in the Post Office (but regularly see people playing Angry Birds on their phone) for example.


Quote Originally Posted by soldant View Post
Hardware keyboards aren't dying out, I don't know why you think that.
On phones - they most definately are a dying idea - and rightly so because they're a bloody daft idea :)

Quote Originally Posted by soldant View Post
And I don't really understand the relevance of the rest of your post or how the Ouya solves any issues you're raising.
My point is that there IS a market for the existing games to be played in the home/on a TV and most of the argument against it here is based on snobbery - the fact that these games are seen as 'inferior' somehow.

The idea that Ouya/etc. would only have trivial little mobile distraction games isn't true now and will become far less true if these devices sell any significant quantity!!