The developer of a Chinese independent game available on Steam has crushed hearts after explaining why its love storytelling was probably dull.
The developer, identified only as Rice, responded to a critical comment about his game called “Tiny Snow.”
A mysterious Louis Vuitton bag hand-painted with a mobile game character has gone viral on the Japanese internet.
The image comes from Twitter user @hagitcho, a professional illustrator who has created characters for novels and games such as “Fate/Apocrypha” and “Fate/Grand Order.”
“Shady Agents” is an upcoming party game in which players take on the role of undercover agents who must use keen observation and some deductive skills to outsmart their opponents and win.
Created by the folks behind the popular YouTube channel JustKiddingParty (JKP), an offshoot of comedy channel JustKiddingFilms, the game is described as a mix between party games “Mafia” and “Never Have I Ever.”
A new app that lets users show their appreciation for President Xi Jinping’s three and a half hour speech at the Great Hall of the People during the 19th Party Congress went viral after being played 860 million times.
The game “Such a Great Speech: Applaud Xi Jinping” was made by WeChat owner Tencent, the minds behind the ultra-popular mobile game “Honor Of Kings.”
Wacoal, one of Japan’s leading lingerie companies, found that over 20% of local women are having sleeping difficulties because their breasts move uncomfortably in their sleep. In response, the company decided to create a product called the “night-up bra” which supposedly gives excellent support at nighttime.
What’s most interesting, however, isn’t so much the product as it is the method the company is using to sell it…
One couple in Shaanxi Province, China decided to name their daughter after “Honor of Kings”, a popular fantasy mobile game that has taken the country by storm.
The parents didn’t just pick a name that closely resembled “Honor of Kings”, they used the exact four Chinese characters of the game’s title as their daughter’s birth name.
Pokémon fans have a new reason to get excited with Pokémon GO’s latest update that adds several changes to the game, including a feature that players have wished for since it first came out.
As part of a larger rework on Pokémon Go Gyms, Niantic is set to add Raid Battles to the game in the coming weeks, according to the game’s official site.
Chinese Pokémon fans are desperate to get their hands on Pokémon Go and are trying anything possible to play it — even if that means playing a knockoff version of the game.
Pokémon Go, the widely-popular augmented reality game that has been flooding your Facebook news feed, was recently launched in the U.S., New Zealand and Australia, but not in China.
With the amount of viral video proposals in this day and age, it’s difficult to find a one that’s truly unique. Luckily, redditor LA Pike stepped up to the plate today to give us something we haven’t seen before. In the video above, the man, who calls himself a programmer proposes to his girlfriend by having her play a game he built himself. The couple are in their mid twenties and currently live in Cincinnati, OH. The levels are based on some of the best memories he has of her when they were dating.Level 1: First meeting at BockfestLevel: 2: First DateLevel 3: First Road Trip TogetherLevel 4: Traveling to PortlandLevel 5: Gen ConLevel 6: Back HomeFinal ScreensMariachis appear on the screen and plays “Nostros.” The same song his grandfather serenaded his grandmother with when he proposed to her over 60 years ago.A man who is supposed to be LA Pike appears.Then this message shows up.This is where he gets down on one knee and proposes. Can you guess what her answer was?
When 30-year-old Wang Gang of Xi’an, China had spent all his money from work on online gaming, he found a way to make money by playing even more games.
Wang started gold-farming, which is the practice of hiring another gamer to play on your account all day and night to produce in-game currency or to accumulate valuable characters or items — currency or items are then sold for real money to other players to give them an edge in their game.