A boy named Sioux
I love hearing about board games spreading across the globe. It just means I have something in common with someone from another culture on the other side of the world which is great. This magazine from China also features cosplay centrefolds.
Tanto Cuore cosplay?
China’s one of the few places in the world where print media is still being consumed by the masses. Part of the reason for that is the State running most (if not all) media. Because China still consumes print, I am able to show off one of China’s more interesting geek-chic publications, China’s Board Games magazine.
Starting in November 2010, Board Games has been bringing Chinese interested in board games and geek culture the latest news and happenings in the industry/community in China. Many attribute the rise of the publication to the popularity of Three Kingdoms Killer, a card game that grew to prominence in 2010.
Read and see more here at Kotaku: http://www.kotaku.com.au/2012/11/chinas-board-game-magazines...
And just as a sidenote, Three Kingdoms Killer(Legends of the Three Kingdoms) looks gorgeous.