Posts By Iain Garner - Games in Asia
Are you Swing Copters lover or loather. Whatever your feelings, check out our Swing Copter-o-meter and discover if your surrounded by friends or foes.
From coding in a garage to being one of Asia’s most recognisable indie studios. This is the story of how two men can dominate the world… with zombies.
With the upcoming release of Final Fantasy VII G-bike is it time for Square Enix to have a look at some other much loved mini-games for future release?
Don’t worry, we’ll show you how.
Asia has created some of the greatest gaming weaponry of all time, from Cloud’s Buster Sword to Bayonetta’s badass hairdo. With the good comes the bad, and for every awe-inspiring Sword of Sparda, there’s something equally useless.
I recently downloaded Line’s latest game Disney Tsum Tsum, mainly because I wanted to know what the hell a tsum is.
Bandai Namco’s latest edition to the Ace Combat series, Ace Combat Infinity has been downloaded over one million times in the six weeks since its launch!
Mobile devices have been crying out for a decent MOBA and at last, it has arrived. Ladies and gentlemen, meet Fates Forever.
Congratulations to Archgame and its success in funding its first game! For those who missed our article introducing Japan developed Homemake, it’s a dystopian platformer set in a spherical city that’s flying through space.
I had a bit of an eye opening experience this week, and I think this is something all white male journalists need to talk about.
Criminal Girls is being ported for PSvita and given a North American release, but fans of the series should expect their thrills to be cut short by localisation and censorship.
Always fancied some tank blasting fun? Then the World of Tanks: Xbox 360 Edition Combat Starter Pack has what you need to get started with a bang!