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World of Warcraft – China publisher sets “pandas” free for expansion

In a couple of hours, Mists of Pandaria will be going live in China. Longtime publisher for Blizzard’s titles in the region, NetEase, held its weekend marketing campaign by setting “pandas” free, letting them roam the streets and subway. Well,…

Soul Slasher – Perhaps the worst action side-scroller so far

These days, I don’t usually slam games that much (except Diablo III recently), and personally I felt I am getting more receptive about bad quality stuff. But when a game is marketed and developed as a full action side-scroller, the…

Dragon Sword – Highly rated by Korean media

After the a couple of game footage (seen below) were shown, a group of gamers were talking about how similar certain moves were to Blade & Soul’s among various details. However, 1 of Korea’s biggest game website, ThisIsGame, has gone…

[ChinaJoy 2012] Dragon Sword – Gameplay footage

With Blade & Soul China coming under Tencent Games, pretty much the other closer competitors have something up their sleeves to sort of “counter” it. China’s No.2 online gaming company, NetEase, came up with the self-developed Dragon Sword as the…

Dragon Sword – Environment showcase trailer

A piece of “small” news, Dragon Blade has officially changed its name to Dragon Sword instead. Developed internally by China’s number 2 MMO company, NetEase, Dragon Sword is 1 of the few upcoming games aiming to provide competition for Blade…

Dragon Blade – New gameplay trailer

China’s number 2 MMO company, NetEase, is not shying away from naming Tencent’s upcoming Blade & Soul China as its main competitor. First revealed late in March, Dragon Blade so far has garnered mixed reviews, some claiming it to be…

Dragon Blade – NetEase reveals Game-X

China’s number 2 MMO company, NetEase, finally revealed Game-X’s name, which is Dragon Blade. Supposedly to be used to counter Tencent’s upcoming Blade & Soul, Dragon Blade is self-developed by NetEase using an in-house graphics engine, Next-B. Touted as being…

Soul Slasher – 3D hack and slash goodness

As one of China’s top 3 online gaming companies, NetEase is not easing on its progress despite trailing behind bigger competition like Tencent Games. Recently in the news for all the right reasons, it has teased 2 new self-developed online…

Martial Soul Online – Combat is the key ingredient

Netease, China’s 2nd largest online gaming company has revealed its latest title, translated as Martial Soul Online, which looks like one of Blizzard’s upcoming game. Martial Soul Online is said to be in development for the past 3 years though,…