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Very few games have you grinning like an idiot throughout your entire playthrough, and Lovely Planet is one such rare game.
The Last of Us Remastered may just be an update to a game from last year but that doesn’t make it any less awesome. Read on to know why.
The best Asian mobile games from July 18 to 25. If we missed yours out, submit it for the next round!
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.
Blizzard totally exceeded our expectations with Curse of Naxxarmas! It is extremely hard, but also insanely fun!
Another week of Asia’s best mobile games. Which one do you think you’ll be playing this weekend?
How good is this roguelike/brawler combination published by Atlus? Read on to find out.
Another week, another boatload of Asian mobile games to sink your teeth into! We’ve got a nice mix of puzzles and RPGs this week, and we highly, highly recommend Disney Tsum Tsum. That is all. Have fun, folks!
I’m still laughing about the fact that a game called Bombing Bastards managed to find its way onto Nintendo’s eShop without the need for a name change.
Go on an epic adventure with Luffy and Straw Hat Pirates, explore the new islands in One Piece universe, defeat powerful enemies and dominate the Colosseum!
Guacamelee Super Turbo Championship Edition is hipster paradise. If it were a person it would be a jaded, iPhone-loving, tight-jean-wearing, ironic-saying-on-a-t-shirt-toting, Neutral Milk Hotel-listening god. Unlike most hipsters who drown in the mainstream, it swims against the mainstream.
We’re back with a whole slew of games for you to play this weekend. Check out some of the best Asian mobile games from June 27 to July 4!
For the first ten minutes of Xblaze Code: Embryo, you’d think you were playing a sitcom rather than a prelude to the Blazblue series.
Everyone loves a war game. But does everyone love a game about war? Ubisoft Montpellier puts this theory to the test with Valiant Hearts: The Great War.
After spending more time with the Hardline beta, I’m sad to report that it feels more like a disappointing re-skin than a new game.
These are Games in Asia’s mobile gaming picks of the past two weeks, from June 6 to June 20! And this round, you get two weeks worth of new Asian mobile games in one!