Singapore - Games in Asia
Wake up, Microsoft fans in Singapore, because your time has come! The Xbox One will launch in the city-state nearly a year after the competing Playstation 4 landed on its shores, and it looks like Microsoft is trying to make up for that lapse.
MMORPG Age of Kungfu will be entering its open beta test this August 25 at 3:00 P.M. (GMT +8). Publisher Cubizone has also announced that there will be no server wipe when the game transitions into open beta.
The best of Asian mobile gaming from August 1 to August 8, 2014. Knock yourselves out!
Singapore’s celebrating her National Day this August 9, while Malaysia’s Independence Day falls on August 31, and Phantasy Star Online 2 for Southeast Asia is looking to celebrate that.
Eliphant announces Gamestart, the Southeast Asia game event aiming to bring the Western gaming con experience to the region.
Despite the game not even being in closed beta, the next major update for Heroes of Newerth will arrive in China first.
Ever thought that Singaporean eSports players should get more support than foreign sports imports? We may have the answer.
Asia’s first region-wide FIFA Online 3 tournament has been announced! Sponsored by FIFA Online 3 developer Spearhead, the three-day long invitational will take place from August 28 to 30, in Seoul, South Korea.
The Singapore Toy, Game, and Comic Convention (STGCC) has announced a whole bunch of pop culture personalities who will be gracing the showfloor this year.
Blizzard Entertainment announces SEA Community Qualifiers for Hearthstone, and you’re invited to try and win yourself an all-expenses-paid trip to Blizzcon.
Watch an exclusive interview with Nicholas “MeZZ” Tang from Singapore, the #1 Challenger in SG/MY League of Legends server.
More than just a $15m gaming fund, Inflexion Point Capital wants to help game studios focus on being creativeJuly 28, 2014 | Daniel Tay | 3 Comments
If your game studio gets chosen by IPC, expect to receive a lot of attention from them in all aspects of the business; de Giorgio and his team want to get down and dirty from the get-go.
Fans yearning for more competitive fighting excitement after the Evolution Champion Series 2014 will be glad to hear that the Capcom Pro Tour Asia will be kicking off next month.
The English and subtitled-Chinese Asian editions of Playstation 4 (PS4) exclusive Driveclub will hit the streets on October 7 at a price of S$69.90 (about $56), along with a Playstation 4 hardware bundle pack priced at S$699 (about $563).
Southeast Asia’s game market is set to go down the same path of growth as China’s, according to iAppPay’s CEO, Qiu Yuekun.