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Valve and Nexon Korea have partnered together to unveil Counter-Strike Online 2. The upcoming first-person shooter is the sequel to the free-to-play, 2007 shooter Counter-Strike Online, which has been a huge phenomenon over in Asia.
Nexon believes that shopping around through shelves full of $60 games is becoming a trend that needs to change, based on providing a product and content that needs to suit the tastes of the gamer. In other words, the $60 model needs to go.
Nexon and Doobic Game Studios has announced that North Americans, Europeans and Japanese will be able to experience some 24-player, PvP, Unreal Engine 3 powered action starting later this year when Shadow Company: The Mercenary War launches as a free-to-play MOFPS for PC.
Nexon and Unity Technologies have come together for a massive agreement that sees renown Korean publisher Nexon licensing the Unity Engine and its full software development suite for all of their global subsidiaries.
While oftentimes we label South Korean MMOs as shoddy World of Warcraft clones (and unfortunately, a vast majority of them are) there happens to be a nice plethora of South Korean titles that aren't clones, and the ones that stand on their own two feet as both original and fun are making publishers billions, $2.16 billion USD to be exact.
Nexon announced that they wanted to replace the NX cards at retailers with Karma Koins for a more safe and secure method of allowing consumers to purchase prepaid amounts of digital cash to spend in Nexon’s cash shops.
The MMO publishing giant has announced that their third-quarter results for 2011 has once again proven to be very profitable, showing a 29 percent growth rate over the same quarter results from 2010. The report isn't all numbers and stats, though, the company announced a number of upcoming projects slated for release very soon.
It may be the most popular free-to-play shooter on the net but Nexon constantly finds ways to move the franchise forward. The next step in the evolution of Combat Arms is moving from PC to the iOS and to do so, Nexon acquired an Unreal Engine 3 license in order to power the mobile version of the popular shooter.
Nexon America's free-to-play, hack-and-slash MMORPG, Dragon Nest has officially launched in North America, exiting the beta and becoming commercially available to anyone with a PC who meets the bare minimum requirements.
While many companies are posting profit loss in the first quarter due to a decline in revenue, Nexon America is doing just the opposite and bragging about it from here to the moon and back. Also, a new MapleStory game is on the way for Facebook users.
Nexon and DevCat are continually pumping out content for Vindictus, including revamped weapons, a brand new titan raid boss and an exciting new map called the Labyrinth. All the new features and updates for the game will become available once April 20th arrives.
If you plan on attending the Penny Arcade Expo you might want to check out Nexon's booth while you’re there, the free-to-play publisher will be demoing a few dungeons from the upcoming Dragon Nest, as well as the first ever PvP dungeons, towns and content in the next big patch for Vindictus.
The biggest update since the launch of Vindictus has arrived, offering gamers a smorgasbord of new content ranging from a level cap increase from 44 to 60, opening up the door for brand new customizable armor, items, weapons and more.
In a recent press release Nexon indicated that the initial surge in revenues finishing up 2010 came from the long running casual MMO, Maple Story.
The vampire lord requires a royal butt kicking and stylish gamers can do so all geared out in football attire, that's right...football attire.