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A week-long showcase of Chinese games is coming to Steam this month

A week-long showcase of Chinese games is coming to Steam this month

A week-long showcase of Chinese games is coming to Steam this month

The week-long showcase of PC games created by Chinese developers is heading to Steam later this month. The online event, titled “Dragon Fight,” will feature more than 90 games from studios in China and Taiwan, including indie releases and “the latest blockbusters.”

Enter the Dragon was created primarily in response to international travel restrictions caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, making it harder for Chinese developers to introduce their games to a global audience.

“Many studios in mainland China and Taiwan rely on putting their games in front of the global gaming community at events to build their fan base, gain exposure and gather early feedback,” said Jeff Huang, director of publishing for Enter the Dragon organizers Pixel host. “Even two years later, travel is still restricted and event opportunities are scarce. We hope that Dragon and Tiger will be able to help by giving developers and publishers the opportunity to bring their products to the virtual stage and gain global visibility meet the needs.”

Some of the games in Enter the Dragon, like the lazy 2019 sandbox sim My Time At Portia, have been around for a while, while others are coming soon — for example, the game’s sequel, My Time At Sandrock. Other games featured at the event that caught my eye included lush city builder Red Leaf Ballad, physics-based tactical game extremely realistic siege simulator, “musician simulation” Concerto White and Detention: Too Good for School , regarding the game “a schoolgirl who doesn’t follow the rules”, I think it’s worth paying attention based on this description alone:

Explore the open world, fight street thugs, take a part-time job at a club, then spend all your money and enjoy hot dates. Your choices ultimately shape the future of the city.

That’s the last point that really sells it for me – what kind of city is this?

Enter the Dragon will include opening night performances, publisher spotlights with “virtual stage spots,” and appearances from Twitch streamers from around the world. Developers and publishers such as bilibili, Lightning Games, Yooreka Studio, Thermite Games, indienova, and “More Indie Newcomers” will all be involved, and naturally, there will be sales and bundles for all of the featured games at the event. freed. It kicks off on April 22 at 10AM PT, runs through April 29, and will be streamed on Twitch and a dedicated Steam event page.

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Bart Thompson
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