Game Controller Dreams

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  1. CygnetSeven

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    If you could choose one (or a few) title (s) from your library to get an MFi Controller update, what would you choose? I am torn between two.

    Space Invaders Infinity Gene: A classic that still today holds the chalice as one of my favorite iOS experience along with NBA Jam. (you guys know me too well, ha) I would love to see this game played with a controller. I think if it was done right it would really sparkle!

    Ms Splosion Man: I think platforms really translate best to MFi and their playability. I do not quite care for tapping games such as Badlands and Manuganu 2 but Ms Splosion was such a blast to play (yeah, pun intended) I can only imagine how much fun it would be with MFi support.

    So those are my top two, what is yours?
     
  2. drelbs

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    Minecraft: Pocket Edition

    I'll have to think about #2.
     
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  4. Anonomation

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    Yes. Indeed. I can't do anything with the virtual buttons, including vice city.
     
  5. slamraman

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    and while I'm in a very butterscotch mood:-

    Towelfight 2 and
    Quadropus Rampage

    that would actually make my year.
     
  6. CygnetSeven

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    Those would be pretty sweet. Butterscotch are based in my city. Maybe I need to start harassing them!
     
  7. Exact-Psience

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    Well, not just one. LOL

    Heroes & Castles 2
    VVVVVV
    Chrono Trigger
    Chaos Rings Trio
    Evoland
    Lego Batman
    Lara Croft
    Mines of Mars
    Swordigo
     
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    GTA 3 and Towelfight 2)
     
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    But.Trip. Run!, Deus Ex: The Fall, The Drowning, Gangstar Vegas, Minecraft: Pocket Edition, Blitz Brigade, GTA III, Carmageddon, Doug Dug. & a wild card that will never happen: Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2
     
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    Mutant Storm
    Robokill 1 & 2
     
  11. SwipeNova

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    Well my list is to long to list but i think any games that relies on virtual joypads/buttons should have MFI support.
     
  12. Anonomation

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    Should I get a MOGA Ace Power or a Steel Series Stratus? I like that the moga connects to your device directly.
     
  13. kmacleod

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    Well GTA3 and Minecraft are already confirmed to be getting controller support, so that's good news!

    I'll stick with some of the classics: THPS2, Duke Nukem, Shadow Warrior, Prince of Persia... pretty much anything that was designed for a controller or keyboard would benefit greatly from physical controls.
     
  14. Exact-Psience

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    GTA3 with MFi support would be sweet. Hopefully Max Payne too.
     
  15. slamraman

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    wish granted. GTA3 works like a charm. That's me sorted for the next 12 months.
     

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