PC - Games in Asia
It’s the logical thing to do after all the heroes have been ported from WC3 Dota to Dota 2.
Guild Wars 2 has already had some success charging Chinese gamers an up-front price for access, but it may be about to launch a free-to-play trial system, too.
Korean gamers will soon be able to take their love of MOBA games out for a spin on the high seas!
Unrest does little but does it well. In fact, a lot better than big-budget heavy hitters from big name developers. Read on to know why.
A total server census has just been released for China’s Guild Wars 2, and it has revealed a bunch of interesting information.
Blizzard totally exceeded our expectations with Curse of Naxxarmas! It is extremely hard, but also insanely fun!
Lovely Planet isn’t your average first-person shooter. It’s fast-paced, has next to no cover to crouch behind, and looks oh-so-cute. Also, it finally has a release date.
If you’re a fan of League of Legends and have ever played the champion Jinx, you owe it to yourself to check out this music video. Warning: it rocks.
Dusty Revenge has some simple DLC for its co-op edition: playable humans, Dusty and Kitsune!
How good is this roguelike/brawler combination published by Atlus? Read on to find out.
Those of you still playing on the international Lineage II server will be pleased to know that the new Lineage II expansion, Ertheia, has been announced for July 30, 2014. And yes, it’s going to be free, just like the rest of the game!
Pyrodactyl Games is what happens when a studio decides to make games for itself rather than chase what’s trending.
Looking for a new monster to spice up your Monster Hunter Online beta experience? Gamers can vote for a new one that’ll actually get added to the game at ChinaJoy.
Diablo 3 is coming to China, but exactly when is still up in the air. It has taken more than 700 days to censor the game for China, and it could take more.
Here’s what Indian retailers are discounting this month, there’s a lot of great bargains to be had. Take a look.
Lee Sin nerfs are coming to League of Legends, but China loves Lee Sin, and the country’s LOL players aren’t happy.