Remedy Entertainment, developer of Quantum Break, have announced a partnership with Korean game company Smilegate.
While Pokemon Go is currently available in the US, UK, and a large portion of Europe, the game has yet to launch in Japan.
The Korean developer who brought you F.E.A.R. Origin Online has just announced that they have a deal with Warner Brothers over the rights to turn two of their biggest franchises into MMOs.
South Korean industry and media sources (like the prominent local gaming site Thisisgame.com) expected Diablo III to finally receive the much coveted 18+ rating in Korea today, but it simply didn't happen.
The endless saga of the rating of Diablo III in South Korea continues. Several local news sources reported today that the final decision on the certification of the game has been delayed for the second time, as
According to several South Korean media sources the local branch of Blizzard Entertainment submitted Diablo III for certification to the Korean Game Rating Board, including the controversial real money-driven Auction House, despite the media storm caused by
The South Korean government seems to be continuing its revision of the rules and regulations related to cash transactions in MMORPGs. The Ministry of Culture, Sport and Tourism (MCST) presented an amendment to the current Game Industry
G-Star is the most important gaming trade show in South Korea. Since it's first edition in 2005 it always demonstrated that Korean is a nation of gamers, and this year was no different.
At the beginning of the month a report about the relationship between MMORPGs and Gambling sent by the South Korean Game Rating Board to the government of the Asian nation, sparked a media storm, with several headlines
Hyperdimension Neptunia was recently announced for North American localization by NIS America. As of yet, no special editions or packed-in bonuses have been announced. The exact opposite is true of the Korean version of this interesting PS3
Learning the hard way for their actions, two Korean stations are revealed to be getting sued by Blizzard for broadcasting some tournaments of StarCraft. At a press conference in Seoul, Blizzard's CEO Paul Sams announced the decision