Rockstar Is Making It Easier To Find GTA's Craziest Players

"Encouraging civility in online behavior" might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of a blockbuster video game franchise that's best known to the general for introducing multiple generations of children to soliciting and then brutally murdering prostitutes. But leave it up to the Grand Theft Auto » 5/13/14 10:40am 5/13/14 10:40am

One Chinese Gamer Has Kept His Game Point Cards For Over 10 Years

Pre-paid charge cards for video games have been around for ages. They had them for NeoPets, they had them for Nexon games such as Gunbound, and they're super useful—but only until the points run out. But for one Chinese gamer, his collection of old point cards may just win him a brand new smartphone. » 3/31/14 6:00am 3/31/14 6:00am

Blizzard's Hearthstone Might Have Competition in China

Blizzard Entertainment's upcoming digital trading card game, Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft, is eagerly awaited by fans all around the world. In China, the game is currently in a semi-open beta. Things aren't all sunshine and rainbows for Blizzard, however, as there are issues abound and competitors to squash. » 11/18/13 8:00am 11/18/13 8:00am

Becoming a Demigod: Tencent's Asura Online Ascends Chinese MMOs

Journey to the West is a classic Chinese tale that has been retold millions of times. It's been referenced by a variety of media, from the movie the Forbidden Kingdom to even Dragon Ball. But despite all the awesome adaptations of the main subject, Tencent's Asura Online might just be the coolest one yet. » 11/04/13 6:30am 11/04/13 6:30am

Man Impersonates Chinese Police To Retrieve Game Account

Losing account credentials is a hassle, but no matter how annoying it is to get them back, one should never impersonate the authorities. Unfortunately, one man in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, after losing access to one of his favourite online games, decided to impersonate public security. Now, he's facing prison time. » 7/15/13 6:00am 7/15/13 6:00am