The SEA Game Awards 2020 may be a fully virtual ceremony this year, but it also packs some of the most interesting and innovative titles from Southeast Asia yet. We list some of them.
Edwin Yapp tests drive the new Samsung Tablet S7+ to see if it’s a worthy laptop replacement.
This puzzle platformer from Malaysian-based One More Dream Studios is a journey of growing up and overcoming self-doubt through a unique game mechanic revolving around manipulating the age of plants and animals.
Huawei’s latest budget offering may not provide the best performances, but it manages to offer a wholesome and solid experience that feels more than what the price usually offers.
Lazada has big things planned for the 11.11 sale this year, including a celebrity-packed 11.11 Super Show, next-day deliveries, more games with attractive prizes, and massive discounts across the board.
This 3D action game (largely developed by one man) may be short and frustrating at parts, but is nonetheless is a brutal and rewarding experience.
At the [email protected] global press conference, Acer announced a bevy of new computers and computer accessories. Beyond the new Swifts, Spins and Aspires, though, the company seems to want to create an ecosystem of products that support and supplement each other
The Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra has it all: great cameras, powerful performance and more features than you can ever use. But is it worth the price of admission?
The Yoga Slim 7i and Duet 7i PCs are now in Malaysia, along with a partnership with The Batik Boutique.
The barista simulator cum visual novel by Indonesia’s Toge Productions is a game that wonderfully captures the feeling of warmth and human connections within the comforting confines of a coffee shop.