It is not going to happen anytime soon but from a 3D gaming perspective Grand Theft Auto 5 on the iPhone 5 would be possible and is in demand by some mobile gamers, although a number of people point out that the control system and screen size on the iPhone 5 makes playing the current GTA III difficult. There’s a solution arriving this year that can make the control system better, and we could even see a bigger iPhone 5S / 6 release at some point in 2013 as well along with a cheaper model.
Meet the Caliber Advantage – those behind this iPhone gaming controller worked with game companies to create a product that will improve gaming on the iPhone. We have included an image below that shows what the Caliber Advantage controller looks like and you can see the device in action in the video below this article. This accessory had been showcased at CES this year and certainly creates more possibilities for iPhone gamers, although the screen size will remain a problem for some people when considering gaming on the iPhone.
GTA V for iPhone – this is a controversial topic that some gamers can’t stand the idea of and while it will happen eventually like the late arrival of GTA III, could we really see GTA V arrive on the iPhone in 2013? Even if the next Grand Theft Auto game did release on iPhone this year as well as the PS3 and Xbox 360, how successful could it be considering the feelings we have seen from certain gamers in the past?
If you owned an iPhone 5 with the Caliber Advantage, would you want GTA V to release on the iPhone this year? Also we’d love to hear from those gamers that have played the current GTA mobile offering, would you reconsider the game on smartphones with Caliber Advantage?
It is worth noting that a few mobile gamers explained that carrying the Caliber Advantage around with an iPhone might become tiresome. If you missed the recent GTA V artwork then you can see it in an earlier article, although you can look forward to the box cover arriving within the next 2 weeks, which is thanks to a promise made by Rockstar at the start of January.
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