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FlyFF Legacy – Quick look at new FlyFF mobile RPG launched in South Korea

Ever since Gala-net sold its gPotato games portal to Webzen, the company has retreated back to South Korea and Japan, being rather quiet in the Western market other than a recently-defunct mobile game, FlyFF All Stars. Partnering with a local…

Webzen – Gala-Net is now known as Webzen West and Webzen Dublin

[Press release] WEBZEN Inc., a global leader in next-generation free-to-play games, announces that Gala-Net, Inc. and its subsidiary, Gala Networks Europe Ltd., a leading publisher of free-to-play online games and operator of the gPotato portals, will now operate under the corporate…

Eternal Blade – A quick look at Closed Beta gameplay

While its business in the Western market was sold to Webzen, the Asian operations for Gala-Net, better known for its gPotato portal, remains intact. The next title to churn  out from its Gala Lab studio is Eternal Blade, which entered…

Eternal Blade – Japan server scheduled for Spring 2013 service

While Gala-Net’s North America, Europe and Brazil services were sold to Webzen a couple of days back, the development arm of the corporation, Gala Lab, remains intact with business as usual. Eternal Blade, 1 of the 2 upcoming self-developed titles,…

gPotato – North America and Europe portals sold to rival

Announced just hours ago, North America and Europe MMO portal, gPotato, has been sold. The deal includes its parent company, Gala-Net, and its offices in the 2 locations. Gala-Net’s operations in Korea and Japan seems to remain intact as they…

Eternal Blade – Trailer for new Gala-Net game debuts

I am guessing gPotato is more well-known in the West as a MMO publisher, but not many knows that its parent company, Gala-Net, actually has development studios (Gala-Lab) in Japan and Korea. 2 of the more famous games from the…