Capcom has launched a site dedicated to a new “Spirit Fighting Puzzle Game” in the Street Fighter series. Here’s what we gathered.
Data for 2014′s games industry M&A is available courtesy of Digi-Capital, while major moves in the US shaped the numbers, Asia is still booming.
Which Asian countries do you think are your top ranking ones when it comes to game revenue? Data from Newzoo, October 2014.
Razer introduces Razer Adaro Girls, mascots for its Adaro headphone line. We explore how anime girl mascots have helped brands in Japan.
One of the last third party exclusives for the Wii U, Bayonetta 2 saw a modestly successful debut in Japan one month ahead of its worldwide release.
Riot is launching League of Legends in Japan, but their first trailer doesn’t seem like the company is trying hard enough.
I-Illusion’s minimalist indie game Element4l is coming to the PS4 in Japan.
Tokyo Game Show’s Sense of Wonder Night 2014 has crowned its king, but there are many others worthy of note.
Pokelabo’s 16-bit action-RPG Cross Summoner has been published by Gree, and is literally going places.
Final Fantasy Type-0 HD will be hitting Xbox Ones in Southeast Asia next March, and with it will come a demo for the latest major installment in the Final Fantasy series.
This year’s winners of the annual Japan Game Awards have been announced. Here they are!
Singapore-based developer Springloaded is trying to bring its music-centered hiragana teaching game from mobile to more platforms.
F2P fighting game Rise of Incarnates coming to Steam Early Access in November with tons of new contentSeptember 18, 2014 | C. Custer | 4 Comments
If you’re interested in fighting games, Bandai Namco’s new free-to-play Steam title Rise of Incarnates is looking promising, and will hit early access in November of this year. And there’s even more coming to the game…
The best of Asia’s mobile games for the week of September 5 to September 12, 2014.
Sales numbers for this generation of consoles have us wondering if Japanese people even own televisions anymore.
Just how big is mobile gaming in Japan? Big enough that when it comes to earning money, mobile games are eclipsing every other kind of app.