PC - Games in Asia
Riot is launching League of Legends in Japan, but their first trailer doesn’t seem like the company is trying hard enough.
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.
We speak to Ogre Head Studio’s co-founder Zainuddin Fahad on what it takes to make Asura, a heady mix of Diablo and Spelunky being developed in India.
We check in again on South Korea’s PC gaming scene to find out what the most popular games in Korea were this month.
We once said that 6.79 was crazy, but if you check out the 6.82 patch notes, the Rekindling Soul update takes the crazy cake right now.
For the upcoming Warlords of Draenor expansion, Blizzard has outfitted three Chinese McDonalds restaurants with a new WOW-themed look.
If you’re a lover of potatoes and swordplay, then Daylight Studios have you covered with fantasy shop sim Holy Potatoes! A Weapon Shop?!
Wargaming Asia general manager Jasper Nicholas shares how he keeps his regional team together, and how he grows it.
Don’t be tricked by its average looking exterior, Psycho Break is going an awesome, and truly unique game.
Fortumo has announced a new developer program to help developers monetize. Here are the details.
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.