Strife - Games in Asia
Strife is just getting started as a competitive game, but will regional publisher Asiasoft be able to keep it afloat?
Asiasoft is finally firing Strife’s engine up again. The Strife Rookie Tournament will take place this month in Singapore.
MOBA fans from the Philippines, have you played Strife yet?
The Philippines is all set for her Strife free play weekend, and now, so are Singapore and Malaysia.
Philippine MOBA fans, if you haven’t tried out S2 Games’ latest MOBA offering, Strife, this weekend could be your chance.
If you’re a fan of MOBA games then you’ve probably heard about Strife, the latest “second-generation” MOBA from Asiasoft and S2 Games. The game is currently in the closed beta phase, but will be open to all for a limited time next weekend.
Everyone seems to be getting on the MOBA platform these days and it doesn’t look like it’s going to change soon. So if you haven’t tried a MOBA game yet and are looking for one, Strife might be the game for you, as it is very friendly for beginners.
With the steady rise in popularity of MOBA games over the past few years, it’s no surprise that game developers and publishers are looking to make a MOBA of their own.
Things will seem confusing at first because Strife is a new game after all, but if you’ve had previous MOBA experience, I doubt you’re going to have a difficult time with Strife.
Strife, Asiasoft and S2 Games’ latest MOBA enters closed beta!
I didn’t get to go to DreamHack Winter (DHW) 2013, but I managed to experience the DHW Strife alpha PvP build anyway! Here’s a more in-depth look at its three pre-game features — pets, crafting, enchanting — as well as …
“The Philippines have been major supporters of S2 Games and Heroes of Newerth over the years, and now it’s our turn to step up and lend a hand,” reads the post on donationto.com. And how better can S2 Games do that than with its biggest money makers, its games?
It’s official – Strife might be published by Asiasoft here in Southeast Asia, but it will be on Chinese company YY Inc.’s social platform. Today the companies announced their strategic partnership to “to create a seamless and interactive playing experience for users in Southeast Asia.”
Pinoy Gaming Festival (PGF) 2013, the most anticipated annual eSports and gaming event in the Philippines, returns for its third annual installment on October 26-27 this year. Although it used to be held at the SMX Convention Center Halls 1 …
We recently gave you our first impressions of Strife, S2’s premier second generation free-to-play MOBA. And now that the S2 team has come to the Philippines as part of their Southeast Asian tour, we’re bringing you more detailed information about Strife’s in-game mechanics, so you can be ready to jump right in when it enters beta in the fourth quarter of 2013.
S2 Games’ next-gen MOBA game, Strife, is playable in Singapore this weekend, and for the first time outside of PAX Prime 2013, too. For those of you who haven’t heard, Strife is S2 Games’ second attempt at building their own MOBA ricebowl; the American company previously made Heroes of Newerth.
Singapore Campus Gamefest is a three-day festival to be held on October 4 to 6 at ITE College Central Campus in Singapore. It will play host to a number of game related activities, like eSports, LAN parties, ‘bring your own …
After Chaos Online, Asiasoft now aims to bring another MOBA game to six Southeast Asian countries. S2 Games’ Strife will be coming to Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam, Indonesia, and the Philippines after making its successful debut at PAX Prime in Seattle this August.