Reviews - Games in Asia
Respawn Entertainment’s Titanfall may be the mostly hotly-anticipated first-person shooter since, well, the last time these guys made a game.
Ever wondered what it would be like having god for a dad? Well check out the grim reality with this unpleasant game about father-son relationships gone bad.
The answer is: it depends. It depends entirely on the type of gamer you are. Are you someone who lives for the next Call of Duty bro-shooter expansion? Or are you someone who appreciates the experience of gaming, the sensitivity of each story, the liveliness of each character in an RPG?
Seiken Densetsu: Rise of Mana will take you on an adventure like no other. This is a masterpiece that you will not want to miss.
Flying Bird Deluxe has taken the place of Flappy Bird, at least in China and Singapore, but does it have a dark, disturbing secret?
Double Helix’s reboot of the classic arcade game Strider, has attracted some serious attention. But does it live up to the success of it’s predecessor or will it sink into reboot oblivion?
Earth Defense Force 2025 (EDF 2025), by Japanese developer Sandlot, is a truly Japanese game. I say so because for anyone raised on a diet of Western shooters, EDF 2025 is going to make your jaw drop.
Shinigami Messiah may look and sound great, but it unfortunately has so little gameplay that one might even wonder if it even classifies as a game.
Dracula is back and this time he’s the one kicking ass. But how does everyone’s favorite blood sucking fiend perform in Konami’s latest installment of the Castlevania franchise: Lord of Shadows II?
If you think Attack on Titan games are all about using the three-dimensional maneuver gear (3DMG), think again.
Mobage recently put out Monster Grand Prix – Multiplayer Run, a competitive running game with a card collection/gacha element for the iOS.
Caveboy Escape, Malaysia-based Appxplore’s newest puzzle game, is charmingly addictive.
Singapore’s Touch Dimensions made a mark in the mobile strategy genre with Autumn Dynasty. Today, the company has finally released a sequel, Autumn Dynasty Warlords, that’s available on iOS for $6.99. In this age of free-to-play mobile games, is a $7 game really worth the price?
There’s a lot that’s wrong with Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII. The finale to the three-part series that has been Final Fantasy XIII, Lightning Returns sees the pink-haired Lightning