Posts By Iain Garner - Games in Asia
Sony’s TGS booth was a massive success, found out how their “booth babes” were the key to that success.
For the last few years horror has taken a backseat to more action-packed titles. But judging by this year’s TGS, that’s all about to change.
If you’re a lover of potatoes and swordplay, then Daylight Studios have you covered with fantasy shop sim Holy Potatoes! A Weapon Shop?!
This is the cutest dog game you’re going to see in 2015
Don’t be tricked by its average looking exterior, Psycho Break is going an awesome, and truly unique game.
Until Dawn is a new breed of horror game, focusing on choices and multiple endings, but can horror jump to the interactive drama genre?
Our hands-on preview of Bloodborne answers all your worries and questions about From Software’s upcoming action RPG.
Traditional Chinese and Korean readers rejoice, because action role-playing game Toukiden Kiwami will be launched in your languages on October 30 for PS Vita and PSP. This will be the first time that Toukiden has been translated into these languages.
The finalists for the IGF China 2014 student prize has been announced, but which of these indie masterpieces will take home the prize?
Smilegate SEA CEO Justin Park reveals companies plans to relaunch Gambooz as a Steam-style service and unite the fragmented SEA market.
Murder mysteries have never been cuter than in Dangranronpa 2, but can the sequel delight as much as the devilishly dark original?
Singaporean startup Moomee wants to reinvent social gaming on mobile devices, but does the new company have what it takes to go against Line and Wechat?
Few developers have had as much success in Asia’s games industry as Bari Silvestre, but how did one Filipino factory worker achieve worldwide indie fame?
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