League of Legends Overtaking Starcraft in Korea

LoL Overtakes Starcraft as Korea's National Sport It seems that for many years now, Starcraft was the major game to play in Korea. It was as popular as baseball and soccer in some sense and basically brought popularity to the term "e-sport". If you ever visit South Korea and watch the TV there, don't be surprised to see extreme commentary...

Could One Country Mess with Diablo III's Release?

South Korea Has Some Issues with Diablo III's Auction Mechanics In South Korea, Blizzard games are huge. And when I mean huge, I mean it's their national sport. In other countries, soccer or baseball is broadcast over the airwaves. In South Korea, it's Starcraft. While Starcraft has its following in the country, Diablo has its own in Korea and throughout...

Kim Jong Il's second son is too much of a gaming loser to run the DPNK

Politics in Games - North Korea not going be lead by a Gaming Loser One of Kim Jong Il's sons is apparently too busy playing video games to take over the reins of his father and run the world's most secluded militaristic oppressive country. Wikileaks (you know that organization that just likes to be the fly in every government's luncheon...
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