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- The original Karateka was a beat-em-up released across several computers and video game consoles through the '80s. Its papa was video game designer Jordan Mechner, who would go on to create a game called Prince of Persia. Maybe you've heard of it. The '80s version of Karateka looks a little primitive, but the concept driving it is still classic. It's long been ripe for an overhaul, and nearly thirty years later, here we are.
- Whether or not you've actually sat down and played it, you're surely familiar with Dungeons & Dragons. It's one of those rare games that made the leap over to pop culture phenomenon, even inspiring a god-awful film back in 2001. It's also been adapted into myriad video games, many of which deviate significantly from what the original game was all about. The upcoming Dungeons & Dragons: Warbands certainly strays away a bit, but it also stays true to its RPG roots.
- Pencil-and-paper RPGs are perhaps the original "social game," so Dungeons & Dragons and Facebook would seem like a natural fit. And happily, that's about how it works out in the new Dungeons & Dragons: Heroes of Neverwinter. It's not perfect, but as an entry level D&D game on Facebook, it's actually pretty good.
- The D&D Heroes of Neverwinter Facebook page has been updated with some new details on how the game will play, as well as a trio of screenshots to give us a better look at the actual game. Expect some deep character customization and strategic combat as you explore the city of Neverwinter.
- Collectible card games are all the rage now, especially on mobile devices, so it should come as no surprise that Liquid Entertainment, the developer behind the upcoming Facebook game D&D Heroes of Neverwinter, is reviving the Battle Realms brand -- originally a real-time strategy game for the PC -- and bringing it back as a CCG that will be coming to both iOS and Android-enabled devices next year.