Razer introduces Razer Adaro Girls, mascots for its Adaro headphone line. We explore how anime girl mascots have helped brands in Japan.
Sok & Sao’s Adventure is about two heroes fighting dengue fever. More than that, it’s also a showcase of how local culture can be used in a game.
Did you know Assassin’s Creed games were developed in Singapore? How about Autumn Dynasty, or Pixel People? Find out which famous games have been developed in Singapore.
This game is not about The Maze Runner movie; it’s actually a game for hardcore puzzle fans. If you’re looking for a happy marriage between RPGs and puzzles, this game is for you.
VNG and Garena represent the two biggest tech companies out of Southeast Asia.
Governments have a lot of tools at their disposal to help game developers, but the shoehorn shouldn’t be one of them.
Did you know Cherry Credits has published its second mobile game? It’s a free-to-play puzzle game called Coin Hunter.
New Nintendo 3DS impressions from a hands-on at Tokyo Game Show 2014, plus what we think it means for Nintendo.
What would happen if microrganisms in the human body were pitted against each other in a battle of strategy? Immunition: Game of Cells, that’s what.
The Playstation Home service comes to an end after six years. Do you think this affects Asia at all?
Education portal Kungfu Math by Kungfu Interactive is challenging students in Singapore. Find out how it got started doing so.
Former Archeblade developers are moving on from the fighting game with Dicetiny, a card-based roleplaying board game.
A pretty major and popular game genre is missing from China’s Xbox One launch titles. Can you guess which one, and why?
One of the last third party exclusives for the Wii U, Bayonetta 2 saw a modestly successful debut in Japan one month ahead of its worldwide release.
Vietnamese gamer Khanh Hoang Tran has successfully ported Blizzard Entertainment’s Hearthstone card game to Android.
Sony’s TGS booth was a massive success, found out how their “booth babes” were the key to that success.