Epic Games president Mike Capps has told Reuters that Apple's new iPad could take on Sony, Nintendo and Microsoft's consoles if combined with a controller and AirPlay.
Capps also stated that "Apple is definitely building their devices as if they care a lot about 'triple-A games'," an opinion no doubt fuelled by the new iPad 3's quad-core graphics processor, also used in Sony's PlayStation Vita.
We've made it clear how we feel about the barrier that touchscreen-only controls raise for games that require more than swishing and swiping. But the thought of an iGamepad coupled together with console-quality titles on a portable iPad makes our gamer senses tingle with eager anticipation.
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