PC - Games in Asia
Set in colonial India, Oleomingus’ Somewhere lets you choose your own adventure… within its own adventureSeptember 15, 2014 | Rishi Alwani
We took took the alpha build of Somewhere, a puzzle-stealth-exploration hybrid for a spin and came back impressed. Read on to know why.
This 3-person project by India’s Ogre Head Studios might be the country’s most ambitious game yet. Here’s why.
Want to dominate the swirling sands of Shurima and earn those sweet-looking Ascension icons? Here’s what you need to know.
Here are the most popular PC games in China as of September, 2014.
Smilegate SEA CEO Justin Park reveals companies plans to relaunch Gambooz as a Steam-style service and unite the fragmented SEA market.
Steam sales are seasonal, but the Razer Cortex wants to have one every day.
Asiasoft will be handing publishing rights for the Singapore and Malaysia English RO2 service back to Gravity.
Non-linear thriller Sienna Storm cancels Kickstarter, but Singapore developer Digital Knights isn’t giving up.
For a majority of Philippine gamers, anything with dollar signs will look expensive, but Valve will be dealing with that this month.
All you haters of The Sims 4, put down your pitchforks and just hear me out.
Supports in Strife are quite different from other MOBAs, and in a good way. Here are the three reasons why.
The formula for an endless runner is simple enough: a character runs through a corridor littered with obstacles in an attempt to grab items.
S. Korea’s Cinderella law finally growing up, teens may soon be able to play online after midnight againSeptember 3, 2014 | J. Sexton | 2 Comments
After three years on the books, the controversial law that prevents South Korean teens from playing online games after midnight is being reformed.