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9-04-2008 @ 3:47PM
While the thought of being able to play WoW on my iPhone sounds cool, I can't help but think that the user experience would be greatly diminished by putting it on a small screen with no keyboard. The only thing I could see it actually being good for is bank and auction house management or simple chatting. When I think about handheld gaming, I remember the one time I decided to buy a Sony PSP and immediately regretted it because it caused eye strain and the controls were physically uncomfortable (for a kid, they're probably fine) for my hands. If I had to choose between playing WoW on my IPhone or doing something else while away from my PC, I would probably opt to do something else fairly quickly for the same reasons.
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