Posts By C. Custer - Games in Asia
Check out this video with Chinese LOL and Dota players talking about each others’ games, and the rivalry between them.
China’s LOL servers seem to be undergoing a rise in the number of players using DDOS tools to cheat by booting all their opponents from the game.
China’s Ministry of Culture is meeting today to discuss clearer rules for gambling in mobile games.
Video games can be fun, but they can also be a source of immense frustration. What’s your most frustrating moment in games?
DreadOut is now playable on a lot more kinds of machines, includes an additional costume, and costs 20% less on Steam. What more do you want?
What’s it like to live the life of a Starcraft pro in Beijing? Take a peek for yourself!
Microsoft’s Xbox One will be going on sale on the same day in mainland China and Taiwan, but one of the countries will be getting a much better deal than the other.
The Xbox One is coming to China soon. How many copies of the device do Microsoft and local partner BesTV expect to sell in China’s PC-focused gaming market?
A Chinese LoL player went full Dr. Mundo on his friend after the two got into an argument about who was playing poorly.
League of Legends is still the king in this month’s top 10 list of the most popular games in Korea.
Rumor has it that Tencent may be EA’s first choice to take the reigns of online service when EA’s mega robot shooter launches in China later this year.
After recently asking about kids’ games, it only seems fair to take things in the other direction: what’s the scariest game you’ve ever played?
Hearthstone is popular in China, and according to Netease’s CEO, it has a bigger player base there than in any other country.
Black Squad looks like Crossfire 2.0, and the more you see it in action, the more there is to like.
UPDATE: Netease reports $377 million in game revenue for Q2, aims to have more Blizzard games out by year’s endAugust 15, 2014 | C. Custer
Netease has posted strong Q2 numbers and vowed to try to get Diablo 3 and Heroes of the Storm released in China before the year is over.
A new report breaks down China’s internet cafe gaming habits for the months of June and July.