MMORPG - Games in Asia
Pearl Abyss has confirmed that Daum will indeed be publishing the gorgeous Korean MMORPG Black Desert in North America and Europe.
Guild Wars 2 has already had some success charging Chinese gamers an up-front price for access, but it may be about to launch a free-to-play trial system, too.
A total server census has just been released for China’s Guild Wars 2, and it has revealed a bunch of interesting information.
Those of you still playing on the international Lineage II server will be pleased to know that the new Lineage II expansion, Ertheia, has been announced for July 30, 2014. And yes, it’s going to be free, just like the rest of the game!
Another week, another boatload of Asian mobile games to sink your teeth into! We’ve got a nice mix of puzzles and RPGs this week, and we highly, highly recommend Disney Tsum Tsum. That is all. Have fun, folks!
The Xbox One is coming to China in September, and the latest news is that Neverwinter Online is going to be a launch title.
Cyberstep’s latest MMORPG Onigiri was officially released yesterday, but not without issues, as there have been reports of the game launcher crashing.
Happy birthday Maplestory SEA! Here’s how Singaporeans can celebrate with one of their favorite gamesJune 23, 2014 | Mary-Anne Lee
Asia-based Wildstar-lovers prepare to weep, because I have some bad news.
I’m not a lover of MMORPGs, but Wildstar has changed all that. Want to know how this MMORPG turned me from a hater to a daily player? Read on.
Korea’s beautiful Asia-themed MMO ASTA is making its way to the Middle Kingdom in beta, but even if you can’t play you can enjoy these cool trailers.
Moonlight Blade’s next round of beta testing starts July 1st, and to help promote it the devs have released a video showing off their impressive facial animations.
WoW celebrates its ninth anniversary in China this year with a cool infographic breaking down exactly what Chinese players have been up to.
What does the World Cup have to do with World of Warcraft and Ricky Martin? I’m not entirely sure, but this custom-made video by Chinese gamers sees the connection.
Interested in Black Desert but can’t read Korean? No worries; we’ve found a place where you can learn the game’s lore in English!
If you played WoW in China, someone at the NSA was probably spying on you, according to a new report from a State Council research organization in China.