I'm against playing video games on a device that fails to allow you to play the game properly.
So, just because keyboards/mouse and gamepads came out before touchscreens did automatically makes touch controls not the "proper" way to play games? Touch controls may not always be the best, but that in no way makes it not "proper". But I will say though, some games do try too hard to have console like controls and fail, but some games like Infinity Blade and Shadowgun really nailed the touchscreen controls.
how does it make the game unplayable, i dont understand what your saying obviously
That's you, 1 to the minority of the majority.
I have played games on emulator on my phone, it is virtually impossible to use touch controls for some games.
Maybe only games reasonable are command driven ones like Final Fantasy series or Pokemon. N64 is to demanding on resources, so cannot bother with such, much less games for it I would want to play are difficult without proper controls.
Say I install a launcher. How would I do back to Touchwiz or Stock Android interface (depending on what device I get)?
well, after installing one, when you press the Home button, android should ask you what you what launcher you want to use, if you want it to ask each time, make sure use the slected one everytime is unchked, if you accidenly leave it checked, then you can just un-install the custom launcher, android should automaticly revert back to the stock/touchwiz launcher, or if you dont want to uninstall, just go to manage applications, find the custom launcher, and click "Clear Defualts" and then press the Home key, it should ask you which launcher, just click the one that says "Launcher" and has an icon showing a green House, with an android guy in front of it (or something like that)
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Although I usually wouldn't uninstall a launcher. My favorite launcher varies depending on my mood, so at any given moment, I have 3 or 4 launchers on my phone. It's a pain to install them again if they've been uninstalled, especially if I'm on my data plan.
Besides, clearing defaults isn't THAT much more complicated than uninstalling it.