Qualcomm now has its very own game studio, to launch a flagship title each year
1. android_hitman posted on 27 Jan 2012, 07:31 0 0
only 5000 times because only US can download the app :(
2. c.hack posted on 27 Jan 2012, 08:08 3 3
Great. So my Tegra or TI OMAP tablets won't run these apps. Talk about fragmentation. Android is sucking more each day.
3. ledbetterp3 posted on 27 Jan 2012, 08:53 2 3
It's not that they're literally incompatible, they are just blocked by phone with non-qualcomm processors because of qualcomm, not android. They do this so manufacturers will use their processors more often, and so people won't regret buying their not-so-good(IMO) processors, as much. You obviously never liked android in the first place, probably because it's better than what ever platform you like, and you won't admit it. So now, you are coming up with stupid, false reasons to claim android sucks. You're retarded...
5. c.hack posted on 27 Jan 2012, 13:16 2 2
You really started to try to formulate an intelligent answer. But somehow fumbled over your stupidity.
6. ledbetterp3 posted on 27 Jan 2012, 13:40 2 0
Ha, funny... You say that, but fail to explain to me how. Here, I'll give you a chance. I really want to know. Also, I hope you understand the reason why they create games only compatible with their processors. Oh, and don't call me stupid after I called you retarded. Could you not think of your own original comeback?
7. Joshing4fun posted on 27 Jan 2012, 14:11 1 1
Anyone who lowers oneself by calling another names commits a fallacy and loses. This is debate 101. You both lose.
4. pooked posted on 27 Jan 2012, 11:23 1 0
I agree with the increased fragmentation and its stupid, but android is far from sucking at all.
8. xx6static9xx posted on 27 Jan 2012, 14:24 0 1
In my opinion the only thing android has going for it is flash support add flash too iOS with native support and we can all throw away every androi device and pretend that by never existed with their over produced manufacturing and 6000 handsets and no hardware standards it's a nightmare for every developer on th planet.