Tag: Industry News

Gigantic – Windows 10 MOBA studio lays off 16 staff after...

Originally scheduled to launch its first game this time of the year, new developer Motiga recently announced it has sent 16 employees packing due to...

NZIN – New Korean mobile publisher aims to launch 17 titles...

Founded this year by the former CEO of CJ E&M (Netmarble) and Wemade Entertainment, Namgoong Hun, NZIN is a new player in the mobile publishing...

Legend of DOTA – Blizzard and Valve continue to pursue claims...

First made public in May this year, Blizzard Entertainment and Valve launched a lawsuit against China developer Llith Games and publisher Longtu Games for copyright and...

NCsoft – Korean gaming giant announces Western mobile studio

Today, NCsoft West officially announced the name of its new mobile gaming division, Iron Tiger. Iron Tiger is located in San Mateo, California, and...

Borderlands Online – Fate unknown as 2K Games shuts down in...

Earlier today, it was revealed on several Chinese websites that 2K Games has shut down its Shanghai headquarters and Hangzhou office in China. 2K...

Lineage Eternal – NCsoft delays Closed Beta phase until next year

Today, NCsoft released its earnings release for the 3rd quarter of 2015. As seen below, overall sales are down worldwide for the South Korean developer. WildStar's...

Nexon – Major PC online game missing from G-Star 2015 lineup

Earlier today, Nexon held its G-Star 2015 preview conference in South Korea. A total of 7 PC onlne games and 8 mobile games were...

Naruto Online – Chinese government targeting unlicensed manga games

Last Friday, the Beijing Municipal Bureau of Copyright held a press conference to make an announcement about protecting the intellectual property (IP) rights for manga...

Gunpie Adventure – Nexon signs global deal for new mobile shooter

After announcements for Titanfall mobile and TERA mobile, Nexon Korea also revealed it has signed a global publishing deal with a small Korean studio, Npie Games, for its...

Bandai Namco – Asian studios wanted to develop mobile games

The Taiwan branch of Japanese games developer, Bandai Namco, is looking to work with local and Asian studios to develop mobile games based on established...