Business - Games in Asia
Razer introduces Razer Adaro Girls, mascots for its Adaro headphone line. We explore how anime girl mascots have helped brands in Japan.
Did you know Assassin’s Creed games were developed in Singapore? How about Autumn Dynasty, or Pixel People? Find out which famous games have been developed in Singapore.
VNG and Garena represent the two biggest tech companies out of Southeast Asia.
The Playstation Home service comes to an end after six years. Do you think this affects Asia at all?
Education portal Kungfu Math by Kungfu Interactive is challenging students in Singapore. Find out how it got started doing so.
A pretty major and popular game genre is missing from China’s Xbox One launch titles. Can you guess which one, and why?
One of the last third party exclusives for the Wii U, Bayonetta 2 saw a modestly successful debut in Japan one month ahead of its worldwide release.
We sit down with Yuta Maeda, Vice President, Pokelabo and Asia Business at Gree, to find out more about how Gree’s Korea studio is doing.
We speak to Ogre Head Studio’s co-founder Zainuddin Fahad on what it takes to make Asura, a heady mix of Diablo and Spelunky being developed in India.
We check in again on South Korea’s PC gaming scene to find out what the most popular games in Korea were this month.
Wondering why Microsoft’s console didn’t make its launch date this past Tuesday? Here’s one very likely reason.
For the upcoming Warlords of Draenor expansion, Blizzard has outfitted three Chinese McDonalds restaurants with a new WOW-themed look.
Yes, you read right. Here’s how Amazon plans to make the most of its Xbox One exclusivity by working with local game stores in India.
Microsoft’s blunders in launching the Xbox One in China are playing right into Sony’s hands.
Stores across India are selling FIFA 15 well ahead of the official release date. Here’s why.
Wargaming Asia general manager Jasper Nicholas shares how he keeps his regional team together, and how he grows it.