Entries in 'china' (42)
A theme park based on Rovio’s Angry Birds series has opened in China.
After 13 years, Nintendo, Sony and Microsoft may soon be able to sell their consoles in China.
Peter Driessen, co-founder of Spil Games, believes that advertisers hold the key to the global acceptance of HTML5 as they look to capitalise on the explosion in mobile gaming.
Android is quickly becoming the dominant mobile force in China, with the platform reportedly expected to seize an estimated 80 per cent of the Chinese market’s mobile game revenue in ...
Console manufacturers could be on the verge of a potentially very significant payday.
Angry Birds: Star Wars. Angry Birds: Rio. Angry Birds: Green Day. Angry Birds: Heikki. And Nasa. Now we can add McDonalds to that list.
A brawl involving upwards of 2,000 workers has forced a unit at infamous Chinese manufacturing plant Foxconn to temporarily close.
China’s biggest online games company Tencent has just announced a brand new entry in the Call of Duty series – Call of Duty Online.
Mobile games developer, distributor and publisher Thumbstar has secured a deal with Viva Red Limited and China Telecom, the government run mobile operator.
One of the giants of games and internet in China has made a move into the West - Tencent has announced it will buy a minority stake in Epic Games.
The world’s largest electronics manufacturing plant descended into chaos on Monday night as male workers rioted.
Tencent, the owner of successful internet and mobile games developer Riot Games, has posted another set of astronomical numbers.
The mobile game phenomenon Angry Birds will get its own line of retail stores, developer Rovio has announced.
Here's everything you need to know about MCV Pacific ahead of October's launch.
Angry Birds developer Rovio has set itself the goal of attracting 1bn fans as it plans to crack the Chinese market.
Square Enix has lifted the lid on a massively multiplayer online version of its Championship Manager football franchise.
A new survey conducted by market research firm TNS has named Sony as the most valued brand in Asia.
The online games market in China is worth $5bn after growing 25 per cent in 2010.
A new report from US trade body the Entertainment Software Association has pointed the finger at five nations which it says account for over half of the world's illegal internet ...
The first ever in-game footage of Crytek’s free-to-play PC shooter Warface has appeared on YouTube – and you can watch it below.
In a surprise move, it has been confirmed that EA’s free-to-play PC adaptation of its football series FIFA Online 2 has been shut down in China.
Blizzard Entertainment has confirmed that PC online RPG World of Warcraft now has over 12m registered players worldwide.
Japanese publisher Square Enix has revealed a new strategic partnership with online games giant Shanda that will see the Final Fantasy series get its first ever official release in China.