Console - Games in Asia
Assassin’s Creeds Rogue and Unity will release on November 13 in Asia, following a two week delay of their original shipping dates.
Akiba’s Trip 2 is coming in next month with its Traditional Chinese version release on the PS4 console.
In the second part of our interview with Playstation India chief Atindriya Bose, we touch upon Sony’s handheld conundrums, the country’s potential on digital, and the company’s plans for local indie developers.
The Playstation 4 (PS4) has taken the world by storm. But what opportunities do Sony’s platforms have in India? We talk to Sony Computer Entertainment’s country manager for India, Atindriya Bose, to find out more.
Ouya struggled in the West but is now looking to China, with new partner Xiaomi. Might the cheaper console emulate the success of the affordable smartphone?
Baba-san is down to his final video for Southeast Asian fans, and he wants it to go out with a bang.
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?
Locals in China refer to its infamous console ban as “thirteen frozen years”, measuring it by the start of the ban in 2000 to the opening of the Shanghai Free Trade Zone in 2013. Others prefer to call it the …
Does the English Tales of Xillia 2 properly succeed the thoroughly-enjoyable Tales of Xillia?
In the second part of our interview with Xbox India head Anshu Mor, he sounds off on how Microsoft manages its retail partners, why the Xbox One is poised for success, and of course, Sony.
Pokemon fans from Greater China have started a petition following the conclusion of the 2014 Pokemon World Championships, asking the series’ developers to add localized support for the game.
Anshu Mor, the head of the Xbox India tells us why you can only buy the Xbox One on Amazon in India. The reasons may just surprise you.
In this video, Baba-san takes viewers on a tour of the Tales of shop in Akihabara’s Kotobukiya store—a rare treat for us Southeast Asia fans stuck in our own cities!
Wake up, Microsoft fans in Singapore, because your time has come! The Xbox One will launch in the city-state nearly a year after the competing Playstation 4 landed on its shores, and it looks like Microsoft is trying to make up for that lapse.
Ultra Street Fighter IV review: a lackluster single-player experience made up for by the genre’s best multiplayerAugust 14, 2014 | Thomas Price
When Street Fighter IV hit Japanese arcades in 2008, it began a gaming revival unlike anything else. The title successfully brought 2D fighting games back from the dead. Now the latest, and possibly last version has seen full release on …
Looking to buy Destiny in India? You only have Amazon to choose from even if you did order elsewhere. And gamers aren’t the only ones unhappy.
As ChinaJoy continues to disappoint with its focus on eye-candy over games, expat gamers set out to make China’s first for-the-fans convention in Beijing.