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Steam is a gaming platform where mainland Chinese users can access foreign games and chat with fellow players overseas. Chinese authorities have clamped down on video games and services that can be used by players to spread politically sensitive content.
As Sony’s PlayStation and Microsoft’s Xbox prepare to unveil their next-generation products, the stakes are sky-high for both companies. But in the latest round of console wars between the hardware giants, Sony and Microsoft are playing very different games.
TOKYO/HONG KONG (Reuters): Free-to-play fantasy game Genshin Impact from Shanghai-based developer Mihoyo is proving a hit beyond its home market, creating a potential breakout moment for China’s gaming industry.
Games can be a fun way to spend time and learn things but when it becomes excessive and starts to interfere with a person’s normal life and responsibilities, it becomes an addiction.
The long-awaited "Super Nintendo World" zone, which also features a ride based on the beloved green dinosaur Yoshi, will now open in spring 2021, the park said in a statement on Oct 7.
IN conjunction with International Coffee Month, Nescafe Ready-to-Drink has launched its “Peraduan Nescafe Minum & Menang” contest.
HOW’S this for a first world problem? Since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic in Australia, my household has been finding it unexpectedly difficult to spend all of our wages. Perhaps it shouldn’t be so surprising.
With Nintendo Co stock approaching its all-time high, there are some who see the creator of the Super Mario franchise as approaching a pivotal moment that could turn its flagship Switch into a perpetual gaming platform and break free of the industry’s traditional boom-bust cycle.
Genshin Impact is an open-world, action adventure game that lets users play as young, magic-conjuring warriors. Analysts say success of miHoYo-developed game is another sign of the growing technical and marketing prowess of China in the video games space.
Once a premier industry event, Tokyo Game Show has been increasingly overshadowed by global competitors in recent years. But as the pandemic forces it online, some see a chance for reinvention.