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Webzen – New game portal arrives after gPotato and Webzen merger

WEBZEN, a global leader in free-to-play MMORPGs, announces the official launch of www.webzen.com, a brand new, global game portal. The three game portals WEBZEN.com, gPotato.eu and gPotato.com, have come together to offer the ultimate free MMO experience. This new, dynamic and intuitive…

Webzen – gPotato portals to be integrated for the ultimate experience

[Website] Webzen, which purchased gPotato a few months back, today announced a new initiative which will integrate the games found in gPotato.eu, gPotato.com and Webzen.com. According to the website, the forums will be redesigned and new functionalities, optimized for mobile devices.…

Archlord II – Global English server set to launch this summer on gPotato

[Teaser website] As mentioned months ago upon the closure of Archlord global (the Korean server closed recently), Webzen mentioned about publishing its PvP-focused sequel, Archlord II. The teaser website for Archlord II is now up, and it is set for…

Age of Wulin – Open Beta finally announced for Europe server

[Game website] Around 3 months after the North America server, Age of Wushu, entered Open Beta, the Europe server under gPotato will be entering Open Beta on 17th July for those who managed to enter Closed Beta. For everyone else,…

Age of Wulin – Closed Beta begins next week for EU gamers

[Game website] After months of waiting for European gamers, Age of Wulin will finally enter Closed Beta on 17th June, a couple of months after the North American server launched.   The Closed Beta phase will require activation via a…

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…

Sevencore – gPotato announces game’s closure

While I was expecting this to be the beginning of the changes Webzen is making after buying gPotato, the publisher has come clean in its announcement, stating that the game “has proved to be less attractive to players than anticipated…

gPotato – Official notice claims no games will be affected

In a followup to the sudden news of gPotato North America, Europe and Brazil being sold to rival Webzen, an official notice has been posted. It states that “There are no plans to slow down, scale back, or shut down…

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…

Age of Wushu – Brief guide for 2 new ultimate skills

[Register now] They are not exactly secrets, since everyone will know eventually. I am talking about the 2 new ultimate skills recently added to the China and Taiwan server for Age of Wushu, the Sunflower Manual (葵花宝典) and Star Absorbing…

Sevencore – New Aimon race trailer released

First announced in Japan yesterday, the new Aimon race for Sevencore got its own introduction trailer earlier this morning. The signature cute and fluffy playable species for almost all MMORPGs nowadays, Aimon’s racial passive allows it to recover 5% of…

Sevencore – New race announced to keep up with trend

Other than pandas, which trend is most frequently seen in online games released over the past few years? A short, cute race coupled with furry ears of course! Sevencore is no exception to this, and this newly released online game…

Age of Wulin – The 3 English servers explained

>So, there are a couple of folks confused with the English servers for Age of Wulin, the most anticipated 2012 martial arts online game in China and the Western regions. Fret not, as I am here to give you guys…

Clarification – Luna Online and Iris Online

In my previous post, I revealed that Nexon had bought over 20% of Korean developer Eyasoft’s shares. Eyasoft’s online games included Luna Online, Iris Online and Legend of Edda. All 3 games have since stopped its service in Korea and…