Dual-screen iPad games: Very cool, but not cost effective.

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If you would have taken a large survey when the iPhone first had the ability to run native games, I doubt very many people would have put their money on the iPhone platform gaining any real gaming traction. Fast forward two years however and look where things have taken us. Toss in Apple’s latest creation, the iPad, and we see another “rebirth” of mobile gaming.

On that note, one iPad is pretty damn nice with a native iPad game. But two — even better. Though we have to ask, at what point do you realize that getting two iPads and an iPhone needed to recreate such a setup comes close to (and in many cases) even surpasses a decent desktop gaming computer. Then there is the issue of those gargantuan bezels. It’s all in where your priorities lie I ‘spose. Video of all the tom foolery right after the break.

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  1. John says:

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