Game announcements at the annual Electronic Entertainment Expo, also known as E3, can be pretty lame, but a hidden gem comes along the way to make the event interesting.
Ikumi Nakamura, creative director of the recently announced Bethesda and Tango Gameworks title “GhostWire: Tokyo,” took the hearts of many people during the event in Los Angeles, as well as viewers at home.
A new K-pop group has already been amassing millions of fans and breaking records within just days of releasing their debut song on YouTube.
K/DA is a fictional K-pop group composed of Kai’Sa, Akali, Evelynn, and Ahri — all female characters from popular online MOBA video game “League of Legends.”
Anathan Pham, one of Australia’s most successful and highly paid athletes, won the International “Dota 2” Championships in Canada to split the total tournament prize pool of $25,532,177.
Pham, along with the boys of team OG and their new recruit Topias “Topson” Taavitsainen, managed to beat Chinese powerhouse team PSG.LGD in the grand finals in a 3-2 best of five match at The International 2018, which took place at the Rogers Arena in Vancouver on Aug. 25.
Most eSports professional teams have a strict and intense training schedule to keep them in top shape, but “Overwatch” pro team Shanghai Dragons revealed a borderline unhealthy regimen.
The Shanghai Dragons have a losing streak in the current season of the “Overwatch” League, according to Mashable.
Women in Japan can now tie the knot with one, two or all three handsome anime men available in virtual reality.
The new offering comes from video game developer Sega, which added VR Wedding to its virtual reality attractions at the Sega VR Area Akihabara arcade in Tokyo. It costs 800 yen ($7.46) to play.
The future of digital humans just got brighter as one character based on a Chinese actress made people question reality at a recent gaming conference.
Meet Siren, a “high-fidelity, real-time digital character” developed by Epic Games in partnership with 3Lateral, Cubic Motion, Tencent and Vicon.
A Japanese man has spent a whopping $70,000 on a mobile game — and he’s not stopping anytime soon.
The man, identified as Daigo, 31, started playing Sony’s Fate/Grand Order (FGO) after it launched in Japan two years ago.
Nintendo, the Japanese company behind some of the gaming world’s most beloved video game franchises, has always been proud of its humble roots.
It’s common knowledge among fans and gaming enthusiasts that the multinational consumer electronics and video game company started out as a playing cards manufacturer in 1889.
An arcade is a place where people have fun playing their favorite games, but for others, like this unidentified gamer, it’s a way to be on stage and perform Taiko no Tatsujin (“Taiko Master”) while blindfolded.
Almost two years after its global launch, Pokémon Go is now finally coming to China — arguably one of the world’s largest gaming market.
Pokémon Go developer Niantic reportedly struck a partnership with local video games company NetEase to bring the popular mobile game to the Chinese market. The launch date for the game in China has yet to be disclosed.
A Korean congressman had to bring a golden frying pan to an assembly just to get his point across during a discussion about the rapid success of the multiplayer online video game “PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds” (PUBG).
Congressman Dong Sub Lee recently requested the popular shooting game be given solid foundation by South Korea’s Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism so that the country could benefit more from such instances.
A new board game aims to shed light on how families in some cultures still pressure young people into the age-old tradition of arranged marriages.
Taking inspiration from her own life experience, Pakistani-American designer Nashra Balagamwala created “Arranged!”.