Mobile game enthusiast, Andrew Marr, 23, from Sheffield, who has played mobile games such as Candy Crush and Clash of Clans for at least three hours, says he can’t wait to play the new Diablo Immortal.

“I just love the fact I can play it anywhere I like, regardless of what’s going on around me. Whether I’m at the gym, or in the pub.”

Having splashed out a new Galaxy Note, Andrew thought it was time to get serious about gaming. “It cost me over seven hundred and fifty pounds for the new phone. But for a gaming machine, it just feels worth it. What’s the point in buying a Nintendo Switch or PC when I’ve got this powerhouse in my pocket?”.

Andrew in his natural habitat.

With Blizzard having just released the first details of Diablo Immortal, and in spite of a fair amount of criticism from its stalwart fans, is Andrew bothered by their reaction?

“Not at all. I get at least 30 minutes gaming out of this phone before the battery dies. That’s plenty to have a session on Diablo Immortal while I’m waiting for the lads in Wetherspoons.”

Keen to know more about Andrew’s gaming habits, we asked him how seriously he takes mobile gaming, and gaming in general.

“Well, I’m pretty hardcore I’d say. I tend to download about 5 or 6 free mobile games at once, before deleting most of them. I’ll then play one for a good half hour, before I’ve had enough.”

Does Andrew think Diablo Immortal will change that?

“I’m not sure. I don’t really want folks to see me gaming on my phone. It’s a bit geeky, isn’t it?”

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Last Updated: Nov 06, 2018

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