Console - Games in Asia
The English and subtitled-Chinese Asian editions of Playstation 4 (PS4) exclusive Driveclub will hit the streets on October 7 at a price of S$69.90 (about $56), along with a Playstation 4 hardware bundle pack priced at S$699 (about $563).
Ah Destiny, the one game poised to be this year’s poster child for console gamers everywhere. That is, until I played the beta and realized otherwise.
Monster Hunter 4 is getting a Uniqlo crossover that will see your hunters decked out in Uniqlo hoodies.
How good is this roguelike/brawler combination published by Atlus? Read on to find out.
Diablo III: Reaper of Souls – Ultimate Evil Edition (D3:ROS UEE) will launch in Singapore on August 20 this year, bringing with it a slew of bonuses and more gory fun times.
Did you really expect The Last of Us Remastered for the Playstation 4 to come without pre-order goodies? Sony has confirmed that Southeast Asia and Hong Kong will be receiving the following pre-order bonuses.
Here’s what Indian retailers are discounting this month, there’s a lot of great bargains to be had. Take a look.
Check out the street dates of WWE 2K15 and NBA 2K15 for Asia, as well as the Sting WWE 2K15 preorder bonus.
The Xbox One is poised to become the first official game console China’s had in a decade. Will it also be the most expensive?
Monster Hunter 4G has been announced for an Autumn 2014 Asian release in Hong Kong and Taiwan.
China’s gamers haven’t gotten an official taste of either console yet, but online polls and comments suggest that the PS4 is the more desired of the two.
China’s Xbox One is finally strutting some of its stuff publicly ahead of ChinaJoy later this month.
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!
I’m still laughing about the fact that a game called Bombing Bastards managed to find its way onto Nintendo’s eShop without the need for a name change.