One of the biggest arguments against "mobile is the future of gaming" is that traditional games don't translate well into a touch environment. I share that opinion - even with virtual d-pads and analog sticks, playing something like a Final Fantasy or Zelda-like game, or even a platformer, is nowhere near as rewarding without tactile feedback of buttons. I enjoy playing things like Threes or Fruit Ninja on my phone, but I could never imagine playing a full RPG or adventure game on it. That's why I don't ever see my phone replacing my portable systems. What are your thoughts on this? And what can be done (if anything) to overcome the hurdle? Are there any other obstacles to traditional games on mobile?