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China’s Censored Take On PUBG Is Truly Bizarre

by Peter Paltridgeon 05/09/2019
Why can you no longer legally play PUBG in China? The battle royale game was a massive success in the country, becoming as culturally huge there as Fortnite is here. Why has it been removed from sale? Because the Chinese government reviewed the game and found its content unacceptable. Violent games are forbidden in China […]
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Call of Duty Mobile Announced

by Peter Paltridgeon 03/19/2019
Sometime soon, you’ll able to play classic Call of Duty maps anywhere you go, using just your phone. Activision has announced Call of Duty Mobile, coming to iOS and Android this year. It’s currently being developed by Tencent’s Timi studio in China. COD Mobile is not an original game, nor a port of an old […]


China Will Get Two Mobile PUBG Games

by Peter Paltridgeon 12/06/2017
Remember last week when the news broke that Chinese developer Tencent was working on a mobile translation of PUBG? Would you believe they’re actually creating two? That’s what was revealed in Tencent’s formal announcement of the project. Two mobile games sporting the Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds name will be created for phones in the People’s Republic. One […]

The Chinese Version Of PUBG Will Sport Several Differences

by Peter Paltridgeon 11/22/2017
What will the Chinese version of PUBG look like? Can a Chinese publisher make it palatable to consumers and the state government at the same time? The negotiations are over and, as expected, tech company Tencent will be releasing Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds in the People’s Republic of China. Tencent is a big company, and getting any […]