Reviews - Games in Asia
The GiA review of Boomzap Entertainment’s Super Awesome Quest is cut short by super awesome difficulty.
Developed by a small team in Jakarta, this mobile puzzle game definitely scratches a certain itch. Read on, you analytical genius, you.
Created by a solo Korean developer, Buff Knight wants to be a runner for RPG fans.
Here’s something that’s old, but gold—sentai.
This game is not about The Maze Runner movie; it’s actually a game for hardcore puzzle fans. If you’re looking for a happy marriage between RPGs and puzzles, this game is for you.
What would happen if microrganisms in the human body were pitted against each other in a battle of strategy? Immunition: Game of Cells, that’s what.
Some savvy business people on Chinese online retailer Taobao have created a real-life Hearthstone set. We gave it a test run to see if it’s worth the $50.
Here’s why you should be playing D4 above everything else that’s available on the Xbox One at the moment.
Kittentaxi, the running shooter from Korea’s The Wonder People Co, just about wins the internet.
The best of Asia’s mobile games for the week of September 5 to September 12, 2014.
Wondering whether Riot Games’s new LoL game mode, Ascension, is worth your time? We took it for a spin and we have the answer within.
Murder mysteries have never been cuter than in Dangranronpa 2, but can the sequel delight as much as the devilishly dark original?
Here’s what you should look forward to and be aware of if you decide to take check out the MMO-shooter hybrid Destiny.
We tell you why you should check out VG Games’ Gravity Flipper, a charming take on games like Flappy Bird.