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  • Report: CCP Games Is Looking for a Buyer

    CCP Games, the Icelandic game developer and publisher, best known for producing EVE Online, may have a sale tag attached. Bloomberg reports that CCP is "exploring strategic options including a sale of the business after receiving interest from potential bidder". EVE Online, the most important game developed by the Icelandic studio, was able to create a niche in the MMO space in it... Read More »

  • Hero Entertainment Talks Virtuix Omni Price, Strategy, and Games

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    Hero Entertainment acquired in July 2016, and now their VR division HeroVR is currently working on several VR projects including Crisis Action VR, a Counter Strike style FPS played on Virtuix Omni's VR gaming platform. We just sat down with Wang Kun, the development director of the company's Shanghai office for more details of Crisis Action VR and Virtuix Omni's gaming platform. Wang ... Read More »

  • South Korea Passed a Law Against Game Cheats

    Getting banned for cheating in games is not the worst thing that can happen to you if you are living in South Korea. According to PvPlive, the South Korean governmentt has passed an amendment to a law on promoting and protecting the gaming industry. This amendment stipulates that, manufacturing and distributing cheating programs, including aimbots and hacks, for online games, are considered... Read More »

  • Black Desert Online Is Coming to South America Market

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    Black Desert is a popular MMORPG in 2016 but the game is not available for players all around the world. We've heard a lot of people complained they can't play the game, and the local publishers are aware of that. The game has just been confirmed to come to South America.   US publisher RedFox Games has signed contract with PearlAbyss for the publishing right of Black Desert in So... Read More »

  • Blizzard Thinks VR Is Not Mature Enough Now, But Will Keep Looking at It

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    Last week at BlizzCon 2016, Blizzard didn't have anything about VR to show the world and apparently they believed it's still a little bit early to put a lot of effort into this realm. Gio Hunt, EVP of Corporate Operations of Blizzard, told TrustedReviews in a BlizzCon interview that they still needed to "see that technology mature a little bit more".   There is no one VR... Read More »

  • Bluehole Studios Aims to Strength Its Team

    Bluehole Studio, the South Korean developer accountable for TERA, seeks to expand its team. Bluehole will be recruiting for several positions in the company from November 11 to 20. Currently the Korean developer has several PC games and 8 mobile games in development, and they also have the intention to enter the VR gaming market. With 5 studios under its umbrella, Bluehole aims to strength th... Read More »

  • Final Fantasy XV Mobile MMO Is Co-Developed by Square Enix and MZ

    MZ (Machine Zone) is the Californian-based company and publisher of acclaimed mobile games Game of War: Fire Age and Mobile Strike. Now they are teaming up with Square Enix for a massively multiplayer online mobile game based in highly anticipated RPG Final Fantasy XV. Square Enix released a few mobile games based on the Final Fantasy franchise, none of which can match what ... Read More »

  • Activision Blizzard Profit Surges in Q3, Thanks to Overwatch

    Due to the great success of World of Warcraft: Legion and Overwatch, Activision Blizzard generated incredible earnings for Q3 2016. The non-GAAP (generally accepted accounting principles) revenues for the third quarter are $1.57 billion, up 58 percent from $990 million a year earlier. Non-GAAP earnings per share are up 145 percent from a year earlier.   Overwatch, which after only about... Read More »

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