30°
Submitted by Pozzle 761d ago | opinion piece

A games industry insider explains why China Joy isn't what it used to be

After having attended all the China Joy conventions over the years, China Joy 2013 felt very different. Of course, there were the usual booth girls, contests, shows and cosplay to be found but something fundamental has changed in the last year, reflecting changes in China's online game industry. (China Joy, Industry)

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
30°

Metal Gear Solid V : The Phantom Pain Daily Login Bonuses & FOB Info

2m ago - Now that Metal Gear Solid V The Phantom Pain is finally out and robbing us of sleep, let's not fo... | PC
20°

ESL opens Australian office to promote local eSports

3m ago - eSports in Australia has just been given a hefty boost, as ESL teams up with Australian Cyber Lea... | PC
Ad

Win a Pro-Painted Ghorgon!

Now - Turbo Tape Games is pleased to announce a contest for an exclusive Ghorgon miniature hand-painted by Dave Taylor! | Promoted post
20°

Top 10 Fixes for Mad Max PC Crashes, Error, Download, Blurred, Lag, Controller, Sniper, Fuel

4m ago - Crash Wiki lists the most common crashes, errors, bugs, and issues in Mad Max for PC and Steam an... | PC
20°

Free mobile game Ujoy Merc Storia: New Characters Exchangeable with Medal

4m ago - Ujoy’s Merc Storia will be adding two new characters that players can exchange with Medal this we... | iPhone
20°

Nintendo pits YouTubers against one another in Super Mario Maker challenge

4m ago - Five YouTube celebs are going head-to-head to create their own levels in Super Mario Maker and yo... | Wii U