In Ho Chi Minh City, a clinic was reportedly surprised to learn its logo looked exactly like Umbrella Corporation’s emblem from Resident Evil.
The Old French Quarter. Hanoi, Vietnam. By Randall.
That’s How We Travel. Hue, Vietnam. By Kevin Leong.
They’re horrible, actually.
Phew! I know, you might’ve have been so worried. But I’m here to tell you to relax. So, RELAX. This is not a Super Saiyan invasion.
Not that they would! But the next time you step into a, say, 7-Twelve in China or a 7-Minutes in Russia, remember that you're not actually in a 7-Eleven. Got it?
An esports team formerly known as Arrow Gaming, successful in South-East Asian DOTA 2 tournaments before a match-fixing and betting scandal undid them in October, is returning to competition. Only with a more repentant name.
Recently, on a Vietnamese morning show, a guest was talking about the serious flooding in Lang Son when something unexpected happened: His phone rang.
Currently, China and Vietnam are not really getting along! Case in point: a territorial dispute that's causing a handful of Vietnamese establishments to refuse Chinese customers.
If you've seen The Ring, you'll certainly agree: Long hair is scary.
It was France's "dirty war", an unpopular struggle in Vietnam against the French authority governing the colonies of French Indochina.
Last week, the outright theft of a Flash game, republished for sale on the iTunes App Store with Apple's approval, jarred the Flash development community. Though the app later was removed, anecdotal reports of similar ripoffs came trickling back.
A blatantly copied flash game currently offered on the iTunes App Store will likely be removed quickly if Apple's whack-a-mole approach to content moderation is any guide. But this new twist in App Store plagiarism raises a troubling question for game developers and conscientious consumers. How do you know that…
Yes, the first expansion pack to Arrowhead Studios' runaway PC role-playing hit Magicka is titled Magicka: Vietnam. It's okay to be a little speechless here. We're right there with you.
Starting March 3, those hoping to play online games between 10pm and 8am in Vietnam will need to find a workaround. The country's Ministry of Information and Communication has asked internet service providers to block access to online games.
Vietnam veteran and East Kildonan, Winnipeg resident Ron Parkes is angry, and Activision is to blame. The Vietnam veteran accuses the company of purposefully releasing Call of Duty: Black Ops to coincide with Remembrance Day.
After a "public outcry" about the negative effects of computer games, the Vietnamese government has begun issuing measures to restrict online games.
Adult video games are flooding Vietnam's Ho Chi Minh City. Time to fight the good fight. Or the not-so-good fight. Whichever!
Over the weekend, Sony Computer Entertainment began operations in Vietnam, marking the first time the PlayStation brand has been officially sold in the communist state.