The VR Jam contest is underway and some incredible pieces are coming out of it. For developers, Virtual Reality is the new Mobile; the shiny toy that we all want to find a compelling real-world use for.
One developer from New York wondered what it would be like to step into a painting by Vincent van Gogh; the results are incredible.
Castlevania on your iPad (the real deal, not the junk puzzle game from 2011)? Konami has decided that since mobile devices are closest to us, they will be the focus of the company’s development efforts.
When the NES classic DuckTales was remastered to the PlayStation and XBox in 2013 it was a big deal to those of us who were alive during the game’s first run. Here was an example of the level remastered games should aspire to.
DuckTales is back on the radar this month, landing on the Apple iTunes, Google Play and Windows Store platforms. Does this game hold up as well on mobile as it does on consoles?
It wasn’t long ago that Nintendo shut down the Mario Kart channel on the Wii. For all the hype out there for seeing Nintendo on mobile devices, anyone who has been living with the company’s handling of Internet and connected devices may have some second thoughts.
Can Nintendo deliver on its mobile promise better than it has on Wi-Fi Connect?