In one of the strangest cross-overs we’ve come across to date, Warner Bros and GungHo Online have teamed up and Batman: Arkham Origins characters will soon be appearing in GungHo’s very successful game Puzzle & Dragons. This will happen in an event that will take place in Puzzle & Dragons that will begin tomorrow and go on until November 12th, 2013.
Day: October 29, 2013
A new action strategy game will be heading to Android this Thursday called Mech Conquest. Currently this game is already available to play over on Facebook but the company behind the game has been working to port Mech Conquest over to Android and will finally release the mobile version of the game tomorrow.
The company behind the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset has been teasing mobile support and mobile integration with the headset for some time now, even mentioning that there is an SDK in the works for mobile game developers to use. It is now confirmed that the Oculus Rift will be coming to Android and that Android users will also have their own headset.
As we near the end of this year we can expect Mad Catz to finally launch their Mojo Android-powered game console. Along with the console, Mad Catz already has a wide selection of peripherals available to use with it or any bluetooth enabled Android device. We can now add one more to the list and that being a new gaming keyboard called S.T.R.I.K.E.M.
DotEmu has announced today that the company will be bringing the entire Double Dragon trilogy to Android by the end of this year. This means that we will soon be able to play Double Dragon, Double Dragon 2: The Revenge, and Double Dragon 3: The Rosetta Stone on our Android devices when DotEmu launches all of them.
Josh Presseisen: My first memory of video games would be my aunt’s Atari, I used to play Combat and Pac-man on it when I’d go to visit her.
It was very exciting back then! I was very into video games. When I was young I had a few computers that my uncle got for me, the Timex Sinclair 1000, which also came with a game programming book. I’d spend hours messing around with the games in the book and trying to make my own. The coolest computer I had for programming games was the TI–994a – it looked like a Delorean!
When the NES was launched, I was really obsessed with Super Mario Brothers, Zelda, and Metroid.
There was a brief time of a few years where I wasn’t doing video game stuff, which was in my band years – I was in a band and touring for a while, then got a job doing graphics stuff. My interest in video games returned after that.