Game Science teases a new upcoming gameplay footage from Black Myth: Wukong.
Game Science founder Feng Ji responds to the outpouring of support for his studio's recently revealed project, Black Myth: Wukong.
Game Science, the Chinese developer behind Black Myth: Wukong, revealed the first gameplay trailer of the game and it looks stunning.
The most recent trailer from Bright Memory: Infinite represents some new fighting scenes and breathtaking moments.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons has been dropped by multiple online retailers in China after protestors have gathered on each others islands.
The Overwatch League recently announced the cancellation of weeks five, six, and seven, which were set to take place in South Korea.
Developer Kagami Works gives away 45,000 copies of their lewd match-three game Mirror to keep Chinese gamers away from the quickly-spreading coronavirus.
The latest reports set the Coronavirus' death toll at 170, leading Blizzard to cancel upcoming Overwatch League matches in the next 2 months.
With expected next gen specs already hinting that our wallets aren't going to be big enough, a trade war with China is the last thing we need.
Chinese Studio Tencent Releases Trailer for Zombie Mobile Game, Inspired by Days Gone and State of Decay
Chinese publishing studio Tencent released a trailer for their upcoming zombie mobile game, taking a few cues from other Western titles.
Tencent Games replaced PUBG Mobile with a similar "Game for Peace" in China, although there are some... noticeable differences.
Electronic Arts and Tencent are supposedly in talks with each other over bringing the popular battle royale game to China
Epic Games Founder Tim Sweeney has fiercely denied allegations that the company is sending data to the Chinese Government through Tencent Holdings Ltd.
As the ban on new video game release approvals has been lifted by China, the new list excludes Tencent - one of the largest companies in the industry.
While the situation could impact these companies financially due to China’s gold-mine status in the geographical gaming world, they are “shrugging it off”.
Ubisoft and Tencent announced today that they have partnered in order to bring some of Ubisoft's biggest games to PC and mobile devices in China.
Revenue from video games in 2017 is dominated by China and The United States of America.
While Pokemon Go is currently available in the US, UK, and a large portion of Europe, the game has yet to launch in Japan.
China lifted a 14-year ban on game consoles in 2014, which allowed Sony and Microsoft to release their own platforms there.