Project M – NetEase reveals a very familiar shooting game for mobile platform

Over the years, China’s number 2 games company NetEase is known for being the “king of copycats,” and that title does come with lots of admiration from developers in the industry. With Project M, NetEase might have once again outdone…

Hound13 – Korean studio receives massive investment from Garena

Korean developer Hound13, known for its first mobile action RPG titled Hundred Soul, yesterday announced it has received a major investment of more than USD 17.5 million from Southeast Asia games company, Garena. Other than publishing League of Legends in…

Joycity – South Korean global publisher announces new games for 2021

You might not have heard of Joycity, but they are the Korean mobile games publisher behind titles such as Pirates of the Caribbean: Tides of War and with over 10 million global downloads on Google Play, Warship Battle. Rather than…

Netmarble – Project M and Seven Knights for Nintendo Switch revealed

Similar to NCsoft, Netmarble recently announced its latest financial status to the public and its shareholders. While the overall revenue went up for Q4 2017, the operating and net profits went down, most probably due to increased operating costs and…

Webzen – Korean developer teases 2 new in-development online games

In an announcement earlier, Webzen Korea revealed some of its recent business plans and investments. Other than MU2 currently being developed, 2 more self-developed games were teased. First, The Flag One (TFO) seems to be a massive PvP-based game set…