Posts Tagged ‘Mad Catz Interactive’

Mad Catz Interactive announces GameSmart

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Mad Catz Interactive, announced today GameSmart, a technology initiative that moves smart devices one step closer to delivering a core gaming experience similar to a gaming console or gaming computer.  GameSmart control products will function through the Bluetooth Smart stack, will be game and hardware independent, and will have a smart device app to provide additional functionality.  By utilizing Bluetooth Smart, GameSmart devices will feature simplified setup, longer battery life and universal compatibility.  In addition, GameSmart offers game developers and game publishers standardization, ease of implementation and scalability when enabling controller and console-like accessory functionality in mobile games.

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Damage Inc. Pacific Squadron WWII Review


As Damage Inc. starts you find yourself as Bobby the son of a Farmer. Your family has decided to leave the farm and move to the city for work, unfortunately barley any work is to be found. Not long after you make it to the city World War II happens and there are jobs everywhere. You and your brother decide to join the Navy, you as a Pilot and your brother as a marine. During the battle of Pearl Harbor your brothers transport plane gets shot down, your new life goal is to find and kill the Elite Japanese Goryo fighter squadron that killed your brother, as you take part in dangerous missions leading to the Battle of Iwo Jima.

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Mad Catz announces Xbox 360 Publisher License Agreement

Mad Catz Interactive announced it has entered into a Publisher License Agreement with Microsoft Corporation.  The agreement allows Mad Catz to submit games to be published on the Xbox 360.

Darren Richardson, the President and Chief Executive Officer of Mad Catz Interactive, Inc. stated, “The execution of the Xbox 360 Publisher License Agreement marks an important milestone as we pursue our longer term goal of expanding our participation in developing, publishing and distributing games.”

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