WTF - Games in Asia
Another week, another sad story of a gaming disagreement between generations turning violent in China.
A short history summary in the promotional materials of a Japanese mobile game is offending Chinese gamers, who feel it distorts historical fact.
Ever wanted to play Diablo 3 on a Game Boy? Me neither, but this guy in South Korea did!
The bizarre story of how one Chinese woman was forced to seek psychological help as the result of a childhood fear and a silly AR game on her phone.
While waiting for lunch today, I chanced upon a weekly movie guide and saw that one of the titles was Dota (Nakakabaliw). Roughly translated, that means Dota (Drives [You] Crazy).
Tragedy struck a family in Sichuan, China last week after an argument over a 16-year-old’s gaming habits went very wrong.
League of Legends is a delicate balancing act of buffs and nerfs, but what if the games champions were never nerfed? Who would be the most OP?
What do Chinese gamers thinking about the global launch of the Elder Scrolls Online, which doesn’t actually include China?
Universal Studios Japan has partnered with Capcom to bring some of the Monster Hunter series’s most gruesome monsters to life.
I played Diablo III over the past weekend, and my “marathon” confirmed something I’ve long been suspecting. I’m getting too old to game the way I used to.
Yesterday, a Chinese man in Hunan stabbed his wife in the neck because he thought she was playing games too late into the night.
A couple of weeks ago, the League of Legends community had a concerted nosebleed at the appearance of one Pool Party Riven in a League of Legends pool party cosplay shoot held in Singapore.
We’ve all heard of Heros of the Storm, Blizzard’s upcoming brawler that was once named Blizzard All-Stars. But now, following a name change and a public alpha, it’s clear that Heroes of the Storm isn’t a MOBA as we have expected, but more of the brawler that Blizzard has marketed it as.
Ever wonder what Chinese players call the various champions in League of Legends? Now you know!
World of Tanks players in Asia can now have Nishizumi Miho from Girls und Panzer talking to them in-game.
Remember when Mineski CEO Ronald Robins talked about people in the media being ignorant? Well, I didn’t expect the media to prove him right.
Michael Chu, senior game designer for Blizzard Entertainment, is the man behind Covetous Shen. He is also responsible for bringing to life the Monk, the Witch Doctor, Eirena the follower, and Zoltun Kulle. But how did all of that happen?
While at the Diablo III: Reaper of Souls launch event in Singapore, we spoke to Michael Chu, senior game designer from Blizzard Entertainment, who, among other things, wrote the characters of the Monk, the Witch Doctor, Zoltun Kulle, Eirena the sorceress follower, …