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Singapore: In living rooms across the United States and the world, Christmas lights this year tell a complicated trade-war tale that stretches all the way to Vietnam.
Untitled Goose Game ruffles feathers, loudly, on PlayStation and Xbox, and charmingly odd Wattam waddles peacefully onto PS4, among other releases.
Japanese ninja warrior action game Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice won Game of the Year at The Game Awards 2019, in a group that included Control and Death Stranding.
It's not too late to vote! From Disco Elysium and Totally Accurate Battle Simulator to French-set We. The Revolution and Singaporean mystery Chinatown Detective Agency (whose Kickstarter begins January 2020), IndieDB has opened final voting for its 2019 Game of the Year award.
A game about cute birds on tiny skateboards, another that lets players mash game genres together, a game about golfing, tennis playing, fishing, and adventuring, and a return to an enigmatic sci-fi world are all coming to Nintendo Switch (and, in most cases, other platforms) and were part of the console company's IndieWorld presentation.
A Dec 17 PlayStation 4 release date for Untitled Goose Game, plus trailers for the Resident Evil 3 remake, Ghost of Tsushima and Babylon's Fall were among the 10 announcements packed into the 20-minute State of Play showreel on Dec 10.
After 22 years of exclusivity, baseball series MLB The Show is now expected to arrive on Xbox and Nintendo consoles as well as PlayStation "as early as 2021". Will Sony PlayStation continue developing and distributing the franchise, just as Microsoft Xbox did with Minecraft?
Only a few days after Nintendo Co’s Switch made its long-anticipated entry into China, one analyst is making a bullish case for Mario and Zelda’s prospects in the world’s biggest gaming arena.
A drive-in theater that forms part of the 'Fortnite' sprawling virtual island will show a clip from upcoming film 'Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker' on Dec 14.
SINGAPORE: Hotel deals in Singapore are set for a record amid a surge in tourist arrivals buoyed by people wanting to avoid the protests in Hong Kong.