The Chinese version of the Xbox One is getting a price drop, but will it be enough to turn flagging sales around?
The Xbox One may have been the first console to launch in China in nearly a decade, but things haven’t been going that well for Microsoft’s gaming arm in the Middle Kingdom. The latest blow: last Frid...
Sony's Playstation 4 launched in China today with a pleasant surprise that makes it the most appealing console Chinese gamers have had access to in a long, long time.
The BesTV subsidiary in charge of China's Xbox One didn't have a great 2014, financially speaking. And ecommerce numbers suggest its 2015 could be even worse.
Israeli startup Extreme Reality's tech has allowed the Chinese companies Xiaocong and Qihoo 360 to add motion gaming to their console without increasing the cost for consumers.
China is lifting further restrictions on game consoles, but don't get excited. This still doesn't mean a windfall for any foreign game companies.
Finally, China's Xbox One gamers get the streaming TV services they were promised, and a little compensation for their troubles. Now what about the games?
The reports that China's PS4 would be region-free should have set off everybody's BS detector: China's Ministry of Culture would never allow unapproved games to be played on official consoles.
Rumor has it Alibaba is planning to make a video game console for the Chinese market. That's an awful idea.
Phones, consoles and PCs can all technically be home to the same great games. Paradoxically, this almost guarantees far fewer truly excellent games.
Youkai Watch has re-entered the number one spot after a sequel was announced last week, and Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn’s Playstation 4 release managed to nab second place.
Nintendo (TYO:7974) has finally faced up to the facts and admitted that its flagship Wii U console is a huge and embarrassing flop. Satoru Iwata, the president of the struggling game company, changed ...