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Well, if Sony could implement an API to allow Sixaxis controllers to be sync'd to Android via Bluetooth, then there's no need for on-screen controls. Better yet, an attachment to hook the phone to the controller physically.

BAM!
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wow we are getting this and still no netflix support on android I WANT MY NETFLIX
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Awesome, good thing i have a droid x.
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Well, if Sony could implement an API to allow Sixaxis controllers to be sync'd to Android via Bluetooth, then there's no need for on-screen controls. Better yet, an attachment to hook the phone to the controller physically.

BAM!
This sounds great, but it'd be annoying and a hassle. Every single device has a different form factor, so there would need to be one controller made for each of HUNDREDS of android handsets.

Also, if wireless bluetooth controllers were implemented, then you're no longer using a hand-held gaming system. You've got a console with a tiny freaking 4" screen that you've got to carry around a cradle for, or lean against something to play.

It'd feel awkward holding a giant controller in your hands, and playing the game on a small screen on a phone that's 1/6'th the size of the damn controller.
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This sounds great, but it'd be annoying and a hassle. Every single device has a different form factor, so there would need to be one controller made for each of HUNDREDS of android handsets.

Also, if wireless bluetooth controllers were implemented, then you're no longer using a hand-held gaming system. You've got a console with a tiny freaking 4" screen that you've got to carry around a cradle for, or lean against something to play.

It'd feel awkward holding a giant controller in your hands, and playing the game on a small screen on a phone that's 1/6'th the size of the damn controller.
Im pretty sure they are smart enough to figure out a way where it will work on all android phones equally.
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post #26 of 41
I already play PSX games on my iPhone using psx4all..

Is this considered new to rooted/JB'd devices? There is no online play for PSX games anyways, so other than the fact that you will have to over pay for the games if you get 'em through the PS suite, what's new?
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I already play PSX games on my iPhone using psx4all..

Is this considered new to rooted/JB'd devices? There is no online play for PSX games anyways, so other than the fact that you will have to over pay for the games if you get 'em through the PS suite, what's new?
you play illegal copies of games on your iPhone.
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I already play PSX games on my iPhone using psx4all..

Is this considered new to rooted/JB'd devices? There is no online play for PSX games anyways, so other than the fact that you will have to over pay for the games if you get 'em through the PS suite, what's new?
the guy that made psx4all also made Psx4droid for android.
Now there is an official app to play playstation, and what I am hoping for is since its an official app, it has more compatibility, more stable, and faster at emulating.
    
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iphone dual booting android = double win
Ermmm. No.
    
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This sounds great, but it'd be annoying and a hassle. Every single device has a different form factor, so there would need to be one controller made for each of HUNDREDS of android handsets.

Also, if wireless bluetooth controllers were implemented, then you're no longer using a hand-held gaming system. You've got a console with a tiny freaking 4" screen that you've got to carry around a cradle for, or lean against something to play.

It'd feel awkward holding a giant controller in your hands, and playing the game on a small screen on a phone that's 1/6'th the size of the damn controller.
I don't think so. There's already universal car kits and the like for phones. Just make an adjustable clamp system that can accomodate any phone and clamps to the controller. Make it adjustable for viewing angle, and viola. Accessory is done.

Damn... I should patent this....
*scurries off to submit patent*
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