Entries in 'china' (69)
Watch out Microsoft and Sony, one of China’s biggest games companies will launch its first console in Europe in early 2016.
Microconsole maker Ouya has reportedly struck a $10m investment deal with Chinese internet firm Alibaba.
The sale of games consoles is to be rolled out across the whole of China, it is claimed.
The PS4’s ability to play games from any region could be the cause of its sudden delay in China, reports have suggested.
Sony will not release the PS4 in China on January 11th, as planned.
Microsoft has cut the price of Xbox One in China.
The PS4 and PlayStation Vita will officially be launched in China very early next year.
Reports in the Chinese media suggest that PS4 will launch at a lower price than Xbox One.
A version of popular iPhone RPG series Infinity Blade is apparently in production for Xbox One in China.
Warframe developer Digital Extremes has announced China-based companies Multi Dynamic Games and Perfect Online Holding have combined to acquire the majority of shares in the studio.
The PS4 could launch in China in just two months, according to a new report.
A Chinese smartphone game called Fengkuang Laiwang has found itself in the centre of a data privacy scandal.
Microsoft has finally released the Xbox One in China, and early reports are very positive.
Apple’s latest handset has been approved for sale in China, after government concerns that the iPhone would allow US agencies to track user data were quashed.
The much anticipated launch of Xbox One in China has been delayed at the last minute.
Microsoft’s Xbox One console will arrive in 28 new countries during September, including launches in Japan and China.
Troubled microconsole Ouya is making a push for the Asian market through a new partnership with Xiaomi Inc, a Chinese smartphone manufactuer.
China will become an officially supported Xbox One region when the console arrives the in the freshly green-lit territory in September.
Global Google Play downloads exceeded iOS App Store downloads by around 60 per cent last quarter, according to a new report.
Blizzard has teamed up with NetEase to bring Diablo III to the Chinese market.
A survey conducted by a Chinese news outlet suggests that PS4 is attracting more buyer interest than Xbox One.
ArenaNet's recent Guild Wars 2 launch in China has doubled the game's sales worldwide.
Online gaming network Curse Inc. has raised $16m in its latest round of fundraising.
Chinese developers are being blocked from buying Oculus Rift dev kits due to the number of units being sold on by buyers.
Microsoft may be aiming high with its RRP for Xbox One in China.