In Jetsetter for the week ending June 15, we look at Polish studio The Farm 51's remake of Painkiller, a British studio's return to a classic adventure series, and Microsoft's absence from the summer's biggest international conferences.
This week in Jetsetter, India gets a brand new edition of Solid Snake's adventures, one new publisher aims to infiltrate the Turkish MMO market with the untested City of Steam and The Lost Titans, and Nintendo takes the Wii U to Europe.
This week in Jetsetter we sweep across the European continent to look at PlayStation 3 sales, look at a little Belarusian company's success in Russia with World of Tanks, and stop off in Japan to lament Zynga's fall in the country.
In Jetsetter for the week ending November 3rd, we take a look at Britain and Japan. The BBC and EA got in a tiff over FIFA 13, Q-Games moved its PixelJunk series from PlayStation to PC, and cult developer Treasure comes to Nintendo 3DS.
In Jetsetter for the week ending August 10, Elite creator David Braben's studio Frontier Developments takes over Nova Scotia. Meanwhile, Electronic Arts' FIFA 13 can't decide on a price in India, and the shine comes off Diablo III in Korea.
This week in Digital Trends' Jetsetter, we take a look at Angry Birds studio Rovio's transformation into a publisher and one of Japan's best-known indie developers going corporate. The big story: The PlayStation 4's international release.
It's a whole new year for Jetsetter. In this debut for 2013, we take a look at some sweet Korean Game Boy Advance games that take Final Fantasy in a whole new direction before getting excoriated by a Japanese Winnie the Pooh game. Finally: Eidos' co-founder…
This week in Jetsetter we head to Iceland, the United Kingdom and India for discussion of MMOs, Windows 8, and the complete end of reality. Just the end of the world again in Digital Trends' look at international gaming.