Opinion - Games in Asia
Governments have a lot of tools at their disposal to help game developers, but the shoehorn shouldn’t be one of them.
Sony’s TGS booth was a massive success, found out how their “booth babes” were the key to that success.
For the last few years horror has taken a backseat to more action-packed titles. But judging by this year’s TGS, that’s all about to change.
With project Titan cancelled, it’s been 16 years since Blizzard showed us it could produce completely new IP. What gives?
Nintendo’s 125 today! But if they want to survive another 125, they’ll need to pay attention to the five items on this list.
Phones, consoles and PCs can all technically be home to the same great games. Paradoxically, this almost guarantees far fewer truly excellent games.
Microsoft’s blunders in launching the Xbox One in China are playing right into Sony’s hands.
We got a hands-on and a behind-closed-doors look at Final Fantasy Type-0 HD, and came away with strong, but mixed, feelings.
With character creation and a time-bending take on the original story, DBZ: Xenoverse commemorates the fighting game series’ 15th anniversary in style.
Square Enix’s DiveIn service is bringing FF7 and 13 to your smart phone through streaming. But despite smooth performance, we have some reservations.
How much can you really know about yourself if you’ve never been in a fight to earn money, to pay your ever-growing debts
The move by VTC to promote Time Traveler Heroes was about as tasteful as you’d expect.
Could a lack of places to play real sports like soccer be a contributing factor in China’s high rate of video game addiction? Researchers think maybe so.