I-dong, which in Chinese sounds like “Love Movement,” is a console “inspired” by Wii, PlayStation Move and Kinect at the same time.
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Since December 2018 China started approving new licenses (ICP Certificate) for video games. But the government has also released new guidelines on how to obtain … Read more
The prolonged freeze on approvals for new games is finally coming to an end. After the licenses for new video games have been frozen for … Read more
China has provided a rich and cosmopolitan backdrop to many international games set mostly or entirely in China or Hong Kong. Chinese culture and China … Read more
ICBC (Asia) e-Sports & Music Festival Hong Kong (EMFHK) returns this summer with professional gamers competing for glory at three international e-sports tournaments from 24 … Read more
According to a report from Bloomberg, the Chinese government has blocked the approval of new licenses for the distribution of video games on its market, … Read more
Steam, a leading game distribution platform founded by a US-based Valve, has recently announced their plans to enter the Chinese market by the end of … Read more
John Hanke, CEO of Niantic, the American software house behind Pokemon Go, posted a tweet in traditional Chinese welcoming the Taiwanese players to join the … Read more
Cosplay in China – Cosplay is slowly growing in China. Recently, events dedicated to cosplay are spreading in Mainland China. The topics of cosplay in … Read more
According to the CEO of Eedoo, Jack Luo, the Ebox(by Lenovo) will be released during the first quarter of next year. However, Ebox will not … Read more