yea seems like a lot of games are doing it now. i guess it makes sense, you sometimes don't want or need to be in the game (especially a massive one like this) in order to actually do anything, kinda like you could probably do most of the stuff on a phone related to World of Warcraft so I get it.
but you'd need one badass tablet for this game. don't even think there's a tablet out there that can get remotely close to this.
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06-15-2013 #27Soldier 95BGuest
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I see smart glass on my windows 8 but i didn't know i could use it for other consoles. I just assumed it was Xbox exclusive.
06-15-2013 #34Soldier 95BGuest
if you have not tried it and have a tablet, give it a go, it gives you an Xbox 360 style interface and works really well.
along with my phone, I use it on a cheap 10inch Arches 101, and it works very well.
06-15-2013 #37Soldier 95BGuest
Sony is really looking to cover all their bases with the PlayStation 4, and that includes stepping up their game when it comes to the “two screen experience.” Sony has been aiming to increase cross play between the PlayStation 3 and the Vita, and their eventual goal is to make every PlayStation 4 game playable on the Vita, but they aren’t stopping there.
Much like Microsoft’s SmartGlass, the PlayStation 4 will have an app for iOS and Android devices that allows them to act as secondary screen. This will allow players to access information about the game they’re playing, make purchases for the console, and “remotely watch other gamers playing on their devices.”
Paired with the PlayStation Vita’s cross play and remote play functions, this will give Sony fans several options that allow for similar gaming experiences to SmartGlass and the Wii U GamePad.
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