Two men in Singapore were recently arrested for fighting over Pokémon Go, reports Channel News Asia. One man was playing the game while crossing the street, and the other man, driving a car, honked at him. Both face a year in prison or a fine.
If you are strolling through Terminal 3, you might notice something. A giant rebel fighter.
This weekend, there was a big anime event in Singapore called Anime Festival Asia. Many cosplayers showed up. And so did the police.
A few years ago, a Singaporean man named Batman bin Suparman, which means "Batman, Son of Superman" in Malay, became an internet sensation. Well, the named crusader is back. He's not fighting crime. This time, he's committing it.
You've probably heard the term "procedurally-generated" thrown around gaming in the last few years. It's fancy tech, which at its most basic level means something that's built randomly each time you ask it to be built, but it's certainly more complicated than that, as content still needs to follow certain rules.
Cosplay isn't only about the costumes. It isn't only about the cosplayers. The photographers are key.
For someone growing up gay, life can be a challenge. So the team behind A Closed World decided to turn it into one of gaming's most institutionalised ordeals: the Japanese role-playing game.
Singapore's SingTel kicked off a subscription-based cloud gaming service called ESC, which allows players to play high-powered games over the net via desktops or notebook computers with Pentium 4 chips.
The games development research lab GAMBIT, at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, has launched a study of sports video gamers, one a researcher believes will be the first comprehensive, independent examination of a very large video game segment, but one often seen as an outlier to the wider culture.
Playing video games is normal. A new study tries to pinpoint when it isn't, claiming that one in ten are addicted.
Thousands apparently lined up, but it was the first guy in line who cried after waiting in line over 24 hours. As seen on Geekbot.
On July 27, 2010, real-time strategy game StarCraft II is going on sale in over fifteen countries. There are more than fifteen countries on Earth.
What would be bigger news, a GTA-Spider Man crossover, or an E-rated GTA? Knockoff spied in Johor Bahru, Malaysia, on the Singapore border, as seen originally at Qisahn.
As seen by reader ZackFair at Pasir Ris Park, Singapore.
All video game movies suck? Not so fast. The anime based on the Professor Layton puzzle series is quite good.
When the Tokyo Game Show starts this week, it will be the talk of the town. Last year, the event drew 194,288 attendees over the course of four days for business and public visitors.
MapleStory's Singapore distributor looks to cut down on a rash of home-run pirate servers, as a plucky teen take the world of big-headed platform battles into his own bedroom.
Sony have announced that Home, the Playstation 3's long-awaited online fashion show and wandering-around simulator, will be coming to Hong Kong, Singapore and Taiwan in "Fall 2008". Doesn't sound like idle speculation, either, as that's coming straight from a Sony press release. To help ensure everything's ready to go…
A 41-year-old woman in Singapore claims she was duped into paying SGD$1000 (US$722) for a PSP. The woman, who is named as simply "Nicole", priced the Sony portable in various shops, noting it ranged between the equivalent of US$217 and US$434. She visited a shop owned by Yeow Tat Trading Enterprises, telling the…