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...

Korean Police Team Up with Angry Birds To Take Down School Violence

Rovio and South Korea's National Police Agency Team Up To Fight School Violence On February 21, the Korean National Police Agency and Rovio Entertainment came together and announced the use of the Angry Birds franchise as a method to campaign against school violence in South Korea, a growing problem in the country. The agency is hoping to take advantage of...

In South Korea You Can Visit a Kinect Powered Theme Park

South Korea Opens the World's First Kinect Powered Theme Park According to Kotaku, South Korea has opened the gates to the first ever interactive theme park called Live Park. It allows visitors to experience the virtual world with interactive games and other forms of interactive entertainment. Think of video games meets Six Flags meets Minority Report (minus the Tom Cruise...

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...
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