WTF - Games in Asia
We’ve seen a lot of bizarre video game commercials in the past, but nothing compared to the newest Monster Hunter 4 ad.
The sheng may have been invented thousands of years ago, but turns out it’s great for reproducing music from classic video games.
No matter how angry you are, it’s never right to get violent with other people over a game, let alone take a life.
When Lau Tech Guan lost in the arcade racing game for the umpteenth time against a couple of teenagers, he didn’t just get up and walk away.
Guiz De Pessemier is looking to recreate the first few levels of Super Mario Bros as a stop-motion video, and needs your help to do it.
American teenager Christopher Roupe was shot dead at his front door when police thought his Wiimote was a gun.
25 year old Harold Cheng is writing a book. And not just any book, but one that derives life lessons from video games. Titled Respawn! The gamer’s guide to life, love and destroying your enemies,
Whether you celebrated Valentine’s with or without a significant other, just be thankful that at least you didn’t celebrate it like any of these people.
Are you a fan of online gaming? If so, you’ve been snared in one of the three devil claws of the internet, according to NPC rep Zhang Dengshan.
Flappy Bird may only live on in its .apk, but it certainly is not forgotten. The hit game that went viral over the turn of the Lunar New Year lives on
If you’ve ever wondered what a videogame version of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition would look like, I’m pretty sure I have the answer: the Dead or Alive series. Koei Tecmo‘s fighting game series is famous for its scantily-clad female …
The mobile game Flappy Bird, developed by Vietnam’s .GEARS studio, has gone absolutely viral. You might find that quite surprising—we certainly did in our review of the game—or you might be too busy playing Flappy Bird to be surprised by …
As anyone reading this site likely knows, today marks the first day of the Chinese New Year. That means news out of Asia is likely to be a bit slow for the next week or two as many gamers, reporters, and developers are home with their families enjoying the holidays, but it also means that now we’re in the year of the horse.
Ever wanted to feel up high school girls, but felt like time in prison was just too high of a cost?
So anyone who watched the Grammys (anyone? anyone at all?) would have noticed Taylor Swift doing some fairly odd piano/dance performance, that may have been inspired by Slipknot’s Wait and Bleed. Many of us just assumed this was over-enthusiasm on …