There has been a great deal of chatter concerning the newest gaming consoles and games themselves which have been displayed at the lauded and well known E3 gaming conference. Yet despite all the fanfare about high powered and over-sized consoles we should make sufficient time to investigate the myriad different cell phone games which are, it is not to be considered hyperbolic to say, changing the world of gaming in the most radical of ways.
Mobile phones have advanced markedly in recent years and with their advancement the potential for mobile games have increased as well, almost in lock-step. With this advance a accompanying interest has been generated within the numerous big gaming companies such as Nintendo and EA Gaming, to name but a few. The recent and groundbreaking game, Pokemon Go is perhaps one of the best and most recent examples of what the mobile gaming platform could potentially offer to consumers with ever increasing frequency.
The game, Pokemon Go, was extra noteworthy for two primary reasons, one the game looked great and was extremely fun (as was obvious due to its skyrocketing to popularity to such a degree that it became something of a problem for car drivers who had to constantly dodge the enamored players!) and secondly, it was a incredibly social game – one which almost required a player to chat with others to assertain the location of rare Pokemon (the curious creatures within the game the player is seeking to secure).
While many players who would describe themselves as “gamers” take, at the present time, a fairly dim view of “mobile gaming” this opinion is very, very likely to change radically as mobile platforms increase in complexity to the point where they are just as capable as the latest XBox or Playstation module.