Business - Games in Asia
Tencent is bringing an official Chinese version of Candy Crush Saga to the Middle Kingdom this summer.
A recent BesTV earnings call has revealed new information about Microsoft’s Xbox joint venture in China and its plans for the country.
Diehard Invictus Gaming (iG) fans, now is the chance for you to prove how hardcore you really are. Steelseries has finally released customized iG peripherals.
‘Death to the Three-Act Structure’ may be missing the forest for the trees. There is a problem with plot structure in games, but that isn’t it.
So it looks like ZTE and The9′s Funbox is going to be the first legitimate Chinese games console! Are you as excited as we are?
A study of nearly 900 Chinese games found that most of them did not have effective anti-youth-addiction measures implemented as they are supposed to.
Perfect World has reported a pretty successful quarter, but the best could still be yet to come, as the company expects Dota 2 to take off this year.
Wozlla is based in Beijing, but its debut game Cake & Cake just went live in Australia. Why the change of venue? We sat down with them to find out.
Tencent’s mobile gaming platform is pretty new, but that hasn’t stopped it from taking China by storm.
During recent economic talks, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said that he would like to model the company Nintendo in terms of economic reform.
If you think you can’t get enough of MOBA games, then how does a 48-hour non-stop tournament sound to you?
Hotly-anticipated games like Guild Wars 2 and FFXIV are bucking the free-to-play trend in China. Will gamers bite?
With a lack of exclusive games and Japan’s brand loyalty Microsoft is going to have a tough time breaking through to the land of the rising sun.