I had a chance to visit Beijing once. Weird place. They put the airport right in the middle of China
town" is a strip club.
Also, consoles have been legal here long enough for there to be entire shops dedicated to them. Even when I was here 3 years ago it was hardly difficult to find consoles. It's just that you wouldn't see any by Nintendo, Sony or MS. But I did see a fair number of generic boxes floating around.
Not that it's terribly important, none of the students here have time for games even if they do have the money for a console, so most of the gaming here is either PC or phone based.
What about Arcade games? Those are still huge in the PRC, right? Nice to see something (sigh) oldschool, like humans interacting with each other in person! :P
I guess nowadays it's easier to find consoles in China
, right? Not that they're huge, but it's easier to buy them, so I've heard.