China regulates online games very firmly. It would make sense for them to start controlling offline games, especially when businesses and commercial interests are involved.
The Sassoon Files is a Cthulhu mythos set of tabletop RPG scenarios and campaign world set in 1920s Shanghai.
All hail to Chinese telecom worker Wang Kang. Why? Not only does he have a rhyming name – he so inspired by the 2008 Iron Man movie that he built his own scary looking armour suit. Then he wore it work. This is what he told press; No colleagues knew my mission, and some of […]
There will be no Doctor Who on Chinese TV. There won’t be any Star Trek either. Why not? The Chinese govenment has banned any and all time travel in TV or in movies. There. Of course. That’s your answer. If you’re wondering why the Chinese have done this then you need to consider the importance […]
China has banned foreign firms from investing in the domestic games industry. The authorities hope this is a way to curtail Western attempts to skirt around strict censorship laws. The ruling has come from the General Administration of Press and Publication and the National Copyright Administration and is so strict that foreign firms may not […]