Could a lack of places to play real sports like soccer be a contributing factor in China’s high rate of video game addiction? Researchers think maybe so.
How Southeast Asian teams are preparing for Worlds: interviews on the eve of LOL’s biggest tournamentSeptember 16, 2014 | C. Custer | One Comment
Southeast Asia’s two hopes for a world title in League of Legends this year break down what they’ve been seeing in scrims, and what they think of their chances.
Are you an independent developer in Asia? You might want to check out GLEN, a game engine from Malaysia’s Pickled Brains.
If you weren’t able to be in the SM Cebu Trade Center or watch the online streams, don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.
Korea’s newest TV drama is based on, and set in, the country’s video game industry.
The League of Legends Season 4 World Championship kicks off later this week in Taiwan and Singapore. Could a Chinese team actually win it?
Set in colonial India, Oleomingus’ Somewhere lets you choose your own adventure… within its own adventureSeptember 15, 2014 | Rishi Alwani
We took took the alpha build of Somewhere, a puzzle-stealth-exploration hybrid for a spin and came back impressed. Read on to know why.
The sudden and apparently serious interest in Mojang by Microsoft leaves us wondering what the company intends to make with Minecraft.
Kittentaxi, the running shooter from Korea’s The Wonder People Co, just about wins the internet.
If you develop mobile games for the Chinese market, here are some insights into why gamers choose the games they do, how long they keep them for, and why.
Inquirer is getting into eSports, and has partnered with PESO to launch a brand new site focused on Philippine eSports.
The best of Asia’s mobile games for the week of September 5 to September 12, 2014.
This 3-person project by India’s Ogre Head Studios might be the country’s most ambitious game yet. Here’s why.