September 15, 2007
August 10, 2007
DS Fanboy said:
Singapore-based developer was putting together an unnamed MMO for the DS. We're not sure if those ambitious plans have since been abandoned, but the company has just announced that another of its DS titles will be shipping to Japan by year's end, eventually making its way to North America and Europe early 2008....
Recommended by Jonathan Poon: "I've never heard of this developer, but it sure is nice to see some console games coming out from Singapore. "
June 05, 2007
January 12, 2007
[Eidos' Ian] Livingstone opined that Singapore lacked "the ability to think outside the box to create new intellectual property, new game-play and new characters". Then, just to add insult to injury, he bemoaned: "The tendency here [Singapore] is to make copies of previous games, rather than to think about what the world hasn't seen before or what new games haven't been done before. [There must be a] unique selling point that differentiates them [game developers] from everyone else."
Recommended by mb: "Ian Livingstone gives his sage advice to Singapore game developers."
December 19, 2006
Game Axis said:
First of all, it's no secret that Singapore will be getting PS3 NTSC/J-coded units, similar to the Hong Kong and Taiwan sets. Now, the news that did surprise us though was that Sony Singapore will be launching the PlayStation 3 here officially in March 2007, given that the PlayStation 2 took more than a year to reach Singapore after its official launch in Japan.
Recommended by ssf: "Rumours of the release date of the PS3 in S'pore - includes the possible price."
October 03, 2005
8. Your friend realises he has to wake up at 9 the same morning only after 6 hours of non-stop gaming.
9. Your friend realises he has to wake up at 9 the same morning to participate in a World of Warcraft raid.
Recommended by mb: "Ah, the joys of gaming as a Uni student."
August 25, 2005
We thought Logitech’s new G15 gaming keyboard was pretty slick, but according to ExtremeTech, the one to beat is the Wolf Claw Type II, from Singapore’s PD Scientific, which adds a set of dedicated gaming keys on the left, sacrificing some function keys and the numeric keyboard in the process.
Made in Singapore - known in the world.
August 03, 2005
Single Player Game - $12
Team Game - $50
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Date: 4th/5th August 2005
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Time: 1130am - 5pm
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