PC - Games in Asia
As of right now, Titanfall is available for PC and Xbox consoles worldwide. And since it’s a multiplayer game that will depend on how well its servers work after launch, we decided to wait until launch day to review the game so we could test it on the same crowded servers you will be playing it on.
At a Blade and Soul event this weekend, NCSoft announced the MMORPG’s Japanese release date as well as a new trailer for the upcoming anime.
One of the things I was expecting Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 to be was a 3D Castlevania: Symphony of the Night. It wasn’t, but my fellow fanboys and fangirls, let’s take a moment to rejoice nonetheless, because we’re getting downloadable content (DLC) with Alucard.
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!
Hunan’s Nebula Stormsoft is about to launch an open beta for Code 105, a new MOBA game that breeds third-person action with MOBA gameplay.
The lower bracket has finally concluded with Vici Gaming (VG) successfully defeating Dream Time (DT) 2-0.
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.
Ubisoft has officially confirmed that Southeast Asia will be getting Watch Dogs on May 27, the same day as everyone else. Hooray!
Here’s a list of the upcoming games Chinese gamers are most excited about right now. Should domestic devs be scared?
Looking to shoot some monsters in the face? Get yourself into the Crisis 2015 beta, which begins this Friday.
Day four of the Sina Cup Supernova Dota 2 Open could perhaps be referred to as the day the giants fell, as Dream Time (DT) defeated two Chinese juggernauts, Invictus Gaming (iG) and LGD, in one night.
Phantasy Star Online 2 is teaming up with 7 Eleven for one incredible event where you can get some great DLC along with your snacks.