Opinion - Games in Asia
How do I begin to tell you how frustrated, sad, and angered I become when I see crime, murder, and violence being attributed to gaming?
We all love games—that’s why we’re here. But that doesn’t mean we don’t sometimes play games that bring us more pain than pleasure, more anxiety than enjoyment. What’s the most difficult game you’ve ever played?
Iain: Demon’s Souls, you …
The9′s MMORPG Era Zero just hit open beta in China. What’s it all about? Check out our basic introduction to the beta to find out!
Party Animals is a misleading name for a game about politics. This part-political-satire and part-strategy game developed by a team of Philippine game developers has you working to win the presidential elections by using different methods.
What would League of Legends be without the insane amount of stupid people you have to put up with while queuing for a match. We’ve all had our fair share of dealing with idiots in-game, and we’re sure you’ll recognize all these guys:
This letter from Nintendo’s president Satoru Iwata reveals just how out of touch the company is with its fans
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.
China’s state media has created a flash game that lets you shoot Japanese war criminals from World War II. Needless to say, it has caused some controversy.
What’s the worst level you can remember from a game that was otherwise great?
Can you guess what we’re playing for the last week of February? Indie games reign supreme this week! We’ve sampled Caveboy Escape, Autumn Dynasty Warlords and Shapist, to name a few new indie games, the good old Bastion, some triple-A action in Lightning Returns and a little bit of Hatsune Miku Project Diva 2nd.
If you’re a foreign game developer and you want to win in China, I have one piece of advice for you: partner with Tencent. Here’s why.
Video games are fun in part because you get to do things you couldn’t in real life, like cast awesome spells or fly through the air. But what if you could have the powers and skills of your favorite video game character in real life? Who would you choose to be?
League of Legends is the most popular video game in Asia. and maybe the most popular game in the world. That means there are millions of League players out there, and most of them are—let’s be honest—pretty bad.