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Blizzard is still looking for a

Blizzard Games Are Offline…

Blizzard is still looking for a “new partner” to bring their games back to the Chinese market, but so…

NetEase Destroys World of…

Chinese publisher’s employees engaged in act of vandalism.   For 14 years, NetEase has been responsible for publishing Blizzard’s…
Alongside Tencent, NetEase is the other big Chinese tech company expanding in the international games industry at a pretty strong pace.

Has NetEase Disbanded Its…

There is no official word yet, but the end of the fourteen-year deal will make most Blizzard games officially…
Alongside Tencent, NetEase is the other big Chinese tech company expanding in the international games industry at a pretty strong pace.

Another renowned Japanese developer…

The Chinese tech companies Tencent and NetEase are expanding at an unstoppable pace. While the former wants to become…
TECH NEWS - The Chinese authorities continue to monitor the consumption of video game-related content, such as streaming, by children.

Consequences Of China’s Clampdown…

TECH NEWS – The overseas expansion of China’s biggest gaming companies is partly driven by frustration at home, according…
David Cage says Quantic Dream is not parting ways with PlayStation in anger...

Why Did Quantic Dream…

David Cage says Quantic Dream is not parting ways with PlayStation in anger…     Quantic Dream is 25…
Alongside Tencent, NetEase is the other big Chinese tech company expanding in the international games industry at a pretty strong pace.

NetEase Games Talks About…

Alongside Tencent, NetEase is the other big Chinese tech company expanding in the international games industry at a pretty…
PlayStation 5 - In the end, they are changes that will allow us to open new paths and alter that notion of` it's a Yakuza game, right?

Nagoshi Studio: Yakuza’s Creator…

One of the biggest Chinese tech companies is where Toshihiro Nagoshi (and a few more from Ryu Ga Gotoku…
Now Chinese youngsters have to trick the system to have more than three hours of weekly playtime...

Chinese Youngsters Look For…

Now Chinese youngsters have to trick the system to have more than three hours of weekly playtime…   The…
Steam is also playing a significant role over there: via the platform, players can access games that would likely be otherwise unavailable / not accepted by the Chinese censors (such as Grand Theft Auto V).

China Goes A Step…

The China country’s leadership goes further: we might have never seen any country outright ban live streaming for people…