Microsoft's Xbox One has had a pretty rough time in China. Despite good early sales, the system is having problems, and now with the looming PlayStation 4, Microsoft and its retail vendors have resorted to dropping the price of the console.
Assassin's Creed's a franchise that looks like it would be amazing if it visited either China or Japan. While that didn't happen yet, according to Ubisoft's worldwide Uplay director, that doesn't mean it's not possible.
Earlier this morning, China time, the fine folks at Shanda Games dropped a bombshell. They're bringing Borderlands to China. That's right, they've announced Borderlands Online, a made for China action RPG/online shooter.
Time limits on public computers are normal. Time limits on private computers? Now that's definitely not the norm.
If Chinese media reports are to be believed, Sony's PlayStation 4 will cost less than the Xbox One when it launches in China, just like it did everywhere else in the world.
Team We, which stands for Team World Elite, one of China's earliest and largest professional e-sports groups, is now expanding its base, this time by directly nurturing new up and coming players in its own e-sports training camp in Shanghai.
Last Thursday, while the rest of the world was munching on Fire Chickens (Turkey in Chinese), Chinese internet giant Tencent unleashed upon the world Infinity Blade for the Xbox One.
The popular iPhone graphics benchmark, Infinity Blade, is now reportedly being ported to the recently launched Chinese Xbox One.
Tencent, which owns a majority stake in Riot and a minority stake in Epic, has been attacked, with their Beijing office having been vandalized earlier today.
It's official folks: in China, the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 will be operated by the same conglomerate, Shanghai Media Group. How's that for friendly rivals?
Paper can be used for a lot of things, including origami—and in ancient Asia, where paper was invented, one netizen has created some amazing paper folding art!
Last month, the Chinese People's Liberation Army Air Force announced that they're releasing a mobile game. Now, after a month and much hoo-ha, they've finally released some additional information.
At this point it almost feels like I'm repeating myself. Blizzard and NetEase have pulled out all the stops to get players in China hyped up for the Warlords of Draenor expansion—so much so that they've just installed an actual Dark Portal in one of Shanghai's busiest subway stations!
The makers of a Chinese Hearthstone clone have come out to the public to "refudiate" reports that they had been sentenced to pay Blizzard over $1.6 million.
Asian action star and all around good-looking guy, Daniel Wu, is set to play Gul'Dan in the new Warcraft movie.
Earlier today, a strange sight appeared in the Pearl River Delta area of Guangzhou. A giant blow up toad smoking a pipe is seen tied down near Guangzhou's Canton tower.
I'm in a quiet room. My coworkers type away at their keyboards on a slow Saturday morning and then their attention is drawn towards me. They look at me with mix of disdain and bemusement. I was attempting to turn off an Xbox One with a voice command and nothing happened.
How much is a good League of Legends player worth? Well, if Korean media reports are correct, a cool million dollars. That's supposedly how much is being offered for LoL super star Lee "Faker" Sang-hyeok.
Swiping, checking your phone, and playing games in bed seem like a good idea, that is until you hear about the middle-aged man who's now got the neck of a 70-year-old.