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Laplace – 4 classes and advanced tiers revealed for new fantasy...

First announced last week, Laplace is an upcoming fantasy MMORPG currently in development by Taiwanese studio X-Legend Entertainment. Well-known for its games such as...

Laplace – Taiwan developer X-Legend reveals new action MMORPG

X-Legend Entertainment is more well-known in the English gaming market for games such as Aura Kingdom and the more recent Dragomon Hunter. Today, the Taiwanese...

La Lune: Moonlight Bandits – New trailer for Luna Online spiritual...

Just to be clear, La Lune: Moonlight Bandits is developed by Korean studio BH Games, not Eyasoft. I have no idea what transpired behind the...

La Lune: Moonlight Bandits – Taiwan server for spiritual sequel announced

Announced as Luna: Moonlight Bandits in South Korea by Webzen in December last year, it was revealed the game will be getting a Taiwan...

Dragon Slayer – Sniper class arrives in Taiwan server with new...

Also known as Dragomon Hunter for the English version, Dragon Slayer this week got its new class, Sniper. The 2 choices of weapons are bow...

League of Legends – Jay Chou announces formation of eSports team

According to the latest reports from Taiwan, superstar Jay Chou has announced the formation of his own eSports brand, MRJ. Under the guidance of...

Dragon Slayer – New playable class revealed for anime-style online game

Known as Dragomon Hunter for the English server, a new class was recently announced for X-Legend's Dragon Slayer. Known as Sniper, the 2 choices...

Cabal 2 – Taiwan server begins Closed Beta with Yurisa as...

The Taiwan server of Cabal 2, published by X2Game, is scheduled to begin Closed Beta tomorrow after weeks of promotion. The little-known and new...

Clash of Clans – Music concert held in Taiwan to promote...

If I am not wrong, developer Supercell does not have an office in Taiwan, but put together a huge marketing campaign with local partners....

League of Legends – Taipei mayor cosplays to cheer on representatives

In a new video posted by the Taipei City Government on YouTube earlier today, the mayor of Taiwan's capital, Mr Ko Wen-je, is featured...