Since time immemorial, Chinese internet cafes have been the hub, the nexus of all gaming in China. That's soon to change now with access to mobile devices, home computer setups and the advent of video game consoles in the Chinese living room.
Chinese writer Lu Xun once wrote, "Lies written in ink can never disguise facts written in blood."
Thirteen years ago, China banned video game console sales in the country. Now, it seems like the ban is coming to end, and while that is good, the reality of it all is that the lifting of the ban means literally phooey to China, the world, and video games.
*This post is 100% not affiliated with Kotaku. It is my personal feelings about a day that is slowly being forgotten.
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