The South Korean Ministry of Education, Science and Technology is currently look at an act that would ban online accounts of minors that spend two hours consecutively or three or more hours in a day on online games, according to Gamasutra. The new policy follows the introduction of a similar bill two years ago in the country, where a curfew would be in effect for under-18s playing online games from 10pm in the evening until 8am the next day. An unnamed Korean games industry rep has said on the new act the government should “discuss it and provide guidelines to instruct us.”
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds players might wish to keep their expectations low when it comes to PUBG 2.0 releasing by year’s end.
Ubisoft announces changes to Rainbow Six Pro League and all Rainbow Six Siege worldwide competitions
A new formula for the Rainbow Six Pro League and for all Rainbow Six Siege worldwide competitions was announced today by Ubisoft.
The Overwatch patch which adds the new Blizzard World map along with the spiffy new cosemtics is now available.
South Korea’s president, Lee Myung-bak, posed a question during his visit to the Ministry of Knowledge Economy this week asking why the nation cannot build a videogame hardware system to compete with the likes of Nintendo. “A lot of our elementary school children have Nintendo game machines. Why can’t our companies develop products like that?” […]
According to this, Nintendo Korea is likely to launch Wii in South Korea before the country’s Children’s Day, which falls on May 5. As the article points out, piracy’s a massive problem in Korea, an issue Wii is unlikely to be able to shrug off. “Even before its official release, many game shops in major […]