An Angry Birds Official Store Opens up in China

Roxio Makes an Official Store in China to Stop Bootlegging Angry Birds is popular. When I mean popular, I mean it probably toppled over Tetris when it came to casual gaming that everyone can enjoy. You know you are popular when bootlegged merchandise of your game is availableall across the world by the way of China. Of course, bootlegging can...

China to Debut it's First Gaming Console

The People's Republic of China is to Release a New Gaming Console (and it looks oddly familiar) As if you didn't know already, China is known for producing a lot of things. This laptop I'm typing on, that mouse you are using to navigate through your work's spreadsheets, and various other things including your Xbox 360 and PS3 consoles. However...

Final Combat, China's TF2 Rip Off is at it Again

Chinese's Rip Off of Team Fortress 2 Surfaces Itself Again with More Plagiarism Back in July,Kotaku reported about the Team Fortress 2 ripoff "Final Combat". Frankly, when the news got to me (the biggest TF2 fan in Arizona), my eyes began to twitch and I nearly blew a gasket due to the built up rage of hearing suchplagiarism. I was...

World of Warcraft has not reached its peak yet

The world's largest MMORPG hasn't reached its peak and has lots of potential, according to Blizzard. Back in 2010, World of Warcraft obtaineda high number of 12 million+ subscribers to its game. But recently, the company's most recent stats show that the game has lost nearly 600,000 members. It is probably due to the rise of F2P (free to play...

China launches "Virtual Property Insurance"

People's Republic launches the world's first ever "Virtual Property Insurance" company. Recently in Beijing, a Chinese insurance company unveiled itself to be the world's first insurance company specializing in "virtual property". The insurance company is being launched as part of a joint venture by local companies Sunshine Insurance Group Corporation and game manufacturer/operator Gamebar. The focus of the insurance company...

Online Gaming leads to death for 30-year-old in China

How many lives do you really get when gaming? Weve all heard the warnings that parents give us in regards to playing video games, obesity, laziness, a drop in grades, violent and aggressive behavior. But now thanks to a 30-year-old man in China there is now one more reason to add to their list, a cause of death. The 30-year-old...
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