Over in Japan last week, Konami held a media event, revealing the Hideo Kojima's working-on of a new Zone of the Enders game, Kotaku reports.
Qisahn, a 'renegade' retailer in the eyes of many a local distributors in Singapore, but clearly a consumer favorite with their incredibly competitive pricing and genuine after-sales support. We spoke to its owner, Soon, on the after math of their own Diablo III launch that took place last week.
A week and a half after Diablo III and its two local launches (one being official, and the other isn’t). RGB sits down with Asiasoft to get their take on the aftermath of the official launch of what was, arguably, the biggest videogame of 2012.
According to this week's Famitsu magazine, SEGA has another Yakuza game up their sleeves, and "Five" here has more meaning than just a sequel number.
A peculiar Internet movement(?) has indie game developers teaming up for Because We May, to spread the message that developers have the right to charge what they want for their games, though it appears many of these developers choose to mark down their games, to the consumer's benefit, of ...
Every so often, something on the Internet appears so well-produced, it'll be a shame not to share it around. From Rocket Jump, which includes YouTube Videogaming/SFX magician Freddie Wong, it's Video Game High School.
Capcom has announced the delay of the upcoming Devil May Cry game, aka DmC: Devil May Cry. They did, however, give post-delay release date for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.