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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.
Riot is launching League of Legends in Japan, but their first trailer doesn’t seem like the company is trying hard enough.
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.
We got a hands-on and a behind-closed-doors look at Final Fantasy Type-0 HD, and came away with strong, but mixed, feelings.
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.
It’s been a good six months since Hearthstone was released worldwide, and its influence has grown steadily around the world. Tournaments are sprouting internationally, and Vietnam is no exception.
The Sims 4 is retailing for a pretty steep price. Its digital deluxe edition is $89.90 while its standard digital edition is $69.90. So why not snag a free limited edition copy simply by taking a #selfie?
Following the success of the China vs Korea Masters competition, Netease has teamed with e-Sports Square to bring us the China-Japan Hearthstone Challenge.
I won’t say that Pinoys don’t trash-talk or don’t swear, but here’s something to ponder on: they don’t do it all the time.
Are you Swing Copters lover or loather. Whatever your feelings, check out our Swing Copter-o-meter and discover if your surrounded by friends or foes.
It looks like Chinese Dota 2 fans won’t have to worry about having to choose between the i-league and the World eSports Championship (WEC) LAN events
If the results of the great Dota 2 Chinese reshuffle left you wondering what happened to Chai Yee “Mushi” Fung, allow us to tell you that he’s no longer going back to China.
Techies, literally the most explosive Dota 2 hero, is not yet in the game, but that doesn’t stop him from getting some cool items.
The post-TI4 Chinese Dota 2 shuffle: here are the rosters for iG, VG, Newbee, and LGD—DK looking for new playersAugust 27, 2014 | Xairylle | 4 Comments
Looks like there was some truth to the leaked rosters after all!
Reddit user cecilzly has posted a screenshot of what seems to be a text message, which he claims is a leak of VG’s, iG’s, and LGD’s new rosters.
Check out this video with Chinese LOL and Dota players talking about each others’ games, and the rivalry between them.
China’s LOL servers seem to be undergoing a rise in the number of players using DDOS tools to cheat by booting all their opponents from the game.