Josh Tsui talks Robomodo

The IGDA Chicago is proud to announce an evening at NoiseFloor (308 W Erie St #600, Chicago, IL) with Josh Tsui of Robomodo (Mortal Kombat, Fight Night, Tony Hawk). The mixer/talk starts at 6:30pm on June 23rd; Josh will be discussing the story behind Robomodo and the obstacles he’s had to overcome to date. Light snack food and drinks will be provided. Meetup.



The International Game Developers Association is the largest non-profit membership organization serving individuals who create video games. We bring together developers at conferences, in local chapters and in special interest groups to improve their lives and craft.


At NoiseFloor, we get it. Every sound tells a story.

It might be creating just the right footstep with baking soda and glass to make a video game feel more realistic. Pumping up the bass in a scene to create more tension. Panning a spaceship around a movie theater. Or finding just the right musical accent to make a TV audience cry.

We’ve got the ear. We’ve got the technology. We’ve got the space.


As president of Robomodo, Josh Tsui overseas all functions of the studio, liaisons with publishers, and has input into internal operations. With eighteen years of AAA game production experience, Joshua has directed and managed large teams for publishers such as Electronic Arts, Microsoft, THQ and Midway Games. From the Mortal Kombat series to Fight Night Round 3 to the Tony Hawk® franchise, Josh has helped to give each project the competitive edge to stand out in a crowd and become hit games. With his experience as both a former co-owner of Studio Gigante, Inc., and a senior manager for Electronic Arts, Josh has the unique insight from both a developer and a publisher point-of-view.