...a game pad accessory. Seriously, with Steve and co. touting iPod touch and iPhone as mobile gaming replacements to the likes of the PSP, I would at least expect them to allow the manufacture of an apple certified game pad add-on if not a sliding one a la xperia play. After a two month hiatus with iPhone RPGs and fps games I decided to get silent ops today. The graphics are good, the game is decent, but after just 10 mins of gameplay I realize why I need to dump it ASAP. The touch controls frustrate to no end. You think you have pressed an action button after taping furiously or swipe to move camera and walk at same time, and then you almost want to pull your hair out. Same reason I dumped black Pegasus eventually. Amazing game and nice auto- aim but quickly becomes a control fight. Maybe it's my big hands and iPhone's small screen. But without a gaming pad all I can see myself play rail-based games (I.e. Infinity blade) or angry birds type ones which bore me after a few mins and I delete them. I find it sad people say PSP sales are declining due to the iOS gaming. Because people love to be masochists? I think one of the better wish list items for iPhone 5 is a gamepad accessory. I mean what are you going to do with the A5, place calls and send texts a fraction of a second faster?