Entries in 'china' (46)
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.
One of the most powerful men in the Asian video games market has reportedly held preliminary talks with Liverpool FC owners Tom Hicks and George Gillett about a possible buyout ...
In stark contrast to the huge fanfare that pre-empts the release of any console-bound Grand Theft Auto title, Rockstar has quietly and with absolutely no public fuss released its GTA: ...
Online gaming is expected to have an audience of 230 million gamers in China by 2012.
China's Ministry of Culture has issued a circular demanding that game companies refrain from content that is "not up to standard" or offering "lowbrow cultural content that is having a ...
Chinese web giant Shanda is to sell off a 22 per cent share in its online gaming unit next week, as part of an IPO estimated to be worth $725 ...
New research shows more Internet users in China use the web for online gaming than shopping.
Leading MMO developer Blizzard has struck a deal with NetEase that will see the Chinese firm handle the studio’s MMO offerings in the region for three years.
The ongoing success of Capcom’s Resident Evil 5 continues this week with the news that the next-gen survival horror shooter has claimed the top spot in the ELSPA GfK-ChartTrack All ...