The horror shooter series F.E.A.R. will be continuing in free-to-play form. F.E.A.R. Online is currently in development at Seoul-based studio Inplay Interactive.
It’s not just about shooting humans in Aeria Games’ upcoming tactical combat game, Soldier Front 2. When you’re ready for something a little extra (extraterrestrial, that is), then you’ll be able to jump into several new modes that let you pump lead into hordes of aliens, too. Hooray green blood!
Soldier Front 2 has officially been announced by Aeria Games and Dragonfly. The sequel is still going to be a free-to-play title that puts players in a modern day combat environment where they'll take on other players in competitive first-person shooting bouts.
Aeria Games picked up the license to publish the MMO known in Korea as Queen's Blade Online over here in North America. The name of the game has been altered to Scarlet Blade Online and it's still the exact same game that it is over in Korea, meaning that there is a strong focus on big jiggly breasts and bare-butts for all the female-only cast.
Dark Knights Online, more commonly known as DK Online, has finally reached closed beta testing. Luckily for adventure MMORPG fans who want to check out the game nice and early, “closed” simply means the game is currently limited to those people who are willing to register an account and download the game’s free client.
The first F2P (alternatively known as fap-to-play) title from Aeria Games is called Scarlet Blade and it's a port of a Korean MMORPG where you only play as buxom females who are barely dressed and have dynamic “body” physics, ensuring that male gamers put in 110% with their single-handed gaming adventures.
Everyone likes a good class-based first-person shooter with a heavy emphasis on teamwork. But you know what they like more? A free class-based first-person shooter with a heavy emphasis on teamwork. Enter Born to Fire, a free-to-play massively multiplayer FPS title from Aeria Games, now entering closed beta.
You may have heard about the acquisition of ijji Games earlier this year by fast-growing MMO publisher Aeria Games? Well, Aeria is making good on that acquisition and moving some of ijji's more popular titles over into their own gaming portal.
Aeria Games announced that Born to Fire, the free-to-play MOFPS, is still currently in development and accepting closed beta applications. In addition to this the company has let a few gameplay details slip along with some in-game screenshots.
Aeria Games has recently released a new game called Dragon Crusade, a browser-based MMO where players can build up their own kingdom, manage resources, level-up a hero and PvP with other players. Well, today we're giving away a couple of platinum packages to a few lucky readers.
Not all video games require a massive download and $60 price tag. Take Aeria Games’ newest title, Dragon Crusade, for instance. It’s a massively multiplayer online strategy game, but it’s entirely browser-based and free-to-play. Also, it officially launched today.
Aeria Games' latest free-to-play MMORPG, Waren Story, is currently undergoing closed-beta testing. The game is your typical, multi-class, gender-restricted loot-and-mob grind and gamers who don't mind World of Warcraft Korean knockoffs probably won't mind hopping into the world of Waren Story.
If you’ve already “caught em all” and are looking for a new mobile collectable card game to keep you battling into the wee hours of the morning, Aeria Mobile’s Monster Paradise might be just the game for you. Already a huge hit in Japan, Monster Paradise has finally been translated for English speaking audiences and is available now for iPhone and iPod touch.
Aeria Games has announced their latest free-to-play MMORPG, Dragon Knights. The game is another medieval fantasy game that seems to focus slightly more on the action-oriented aspects of playing MMOs, or at least that's how the game is depicted in the new closed-beta trailer.
Everyone wants in on digital distribution. However, Aeria Games isn't necessarily trying to compete with Origin, Impulse, Direct 2 Drive or Steam. Instead, their digital platform is more like a social networking tool to bridge all their current and upcoming free-to-play games together.