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Bastion and Walking Dead iOS add controller support


7:30 PM on 09.25.2013
iOS 7 controllersBastion and Walking Dead iOS add controller support photo



Remember when I told you about iOS 7 and the ability for full controller support? Well the developers of Bastion iOS and Walking Dead iOS have added just that, so any future controllers that happen to arrive on the market will be compatible with both games.

I'm surprised Apple took this long to add controller support, but lo and behold, we have it now. I can't imagine how well the company could do with the right push for Apple TV, and the right moves in the publishing arena, but maybe it's just taking it slow. iOS is already an insanely successful platform that grows every year, and this is just another great thing to add on top for people who happen to enjoy games on iOS devices.

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