Should be worth trying casting the browser on the TV.
Anonymous, 11 Dec 2015Just a heads up to the "brilliant guy" at OP that thought of this revolution - ...you DO reali... moreWell, it's nice not having to get out a physical gamepad, will cables and stuff, or having to set a IR/Bluetooth connection to your PC... you can play it on any PC, even in an office at odd hours when you don't have real work, and need not special hardware to do it (IR port, batteries, a free USB port, etc).
Also, if you want to play with a Bluetooth/IR gamepad you can also do it. No point of angrying against an option. If you don't like it, don't take it.
So they wont play on phone, require a pc as well? What a shame if its true
Just a heads up to the "brilliant guy" at OP that thought of this revolution - ...you DO realize a phone cant give you any feedback what you're actually pressing on the phone screen right? I mean there's a reason why this was not done before, that reason is it's a complete waste of everyone's time. A gamepad you can feel - just grab one right now and look at the screen - at any point you know exactly what you're pressing. Now put that down and grab your phone - feel free to enjoy the feeling of pure stupidity.
It doesn't take an engineer to show you how stupid your idea is guys...seriously, quit it and invest into something you actually NEED - a PR department.
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this is an awesome idea