Originally Posted by Azrael
...and just like what gaming experts agree on I think [iOS] is the true future of handheld gaming and IOS will bring the 3ds to its death knees, that is why I am here, go find a good 3ds forum why don't cha instead of hanging out in the lounge.
You know, it is possible for a gaming handheld (DS/PSP) and a jack-of-all-trades (iOS devices) to coexist, peacefully at that. We have microwaves and those didn't eradicate the oven. Blu-ray hasn't killed DVDs. iPods haven't eradicated CDs. I'm not taking up for traditional handheld gaming: it's just the truth. The PS2 didn't kill the Xbox; the 360 didn't kill the PS3. They coexist, offering different things to different people. If you've gotta have Gears of War you know where to go; gotta have God of War you know where to go; gotta have apps you know where to go. That's it.
When my Evo, your iPhone, my iPod touch, and your Zune, etc. can play AAA titles w/a 4-5hr battery minimum for playtime, I won't digress: I'll be in line for whatever that "thing" is. But until then, iOS isn't killing off anything. It's delivering what its platform excels at; nothing more, nothing less. And I don't know if you're a gamer per se or not but fanboying for one system means you're potentially missing out on a sea of great games. This is why I have a DS, PSP, and an iPod touch. I get to experience and have tons of fun with Dragon Quest, Kingdom Hearts, and Infinity Blade respectively.
Lastly, what gaming "experts" are you referring to???