Tag Archives: neowiz
Thu, Mar 14, 2013 | 12:22 GMT
Mega Man Online was been officially kerb-stomped by Capcom in November, but the move was only just made public by a spokesperson from developer Neowiz.
Thu, Nov 08, 2012 | 21:16 GMT
Wed, Nov 07, 2012 | 17:36 GMT
Bless Online, the Unreal Engine 3-powered MMORPG, has a new video available showing battles, creatures, and a massive world boss. Neowiz hasn’t provided a release date or word on whether it will be available in the west – as far as we are aware – but it sure looks, pretty. Have a look for yourself below. Thanks, Massively.
Mon, Sep 10, 2012 | 09:06 BST
Mega Man Online has been canned by Capcom according to leaks from the game’s lead artist Kang Dong. Dong has also revealed several pieces of environment art into the wild. Pinches of salt at the ready, people.
Wed, Jun 27, 2012 | 16:04 BST
Two lawsuits have been filed in South Korea, challenging the Shutdown Law as unconstitutional. The law prohibits those under sixteen from playing games for a nightly six hour block so they can do more constructive things. Parents and teenagers with a Korean organization representing culture filed a suit claiming the law doesn’t take into account the parental right to educate their children. The other lawsuit was filed by NCsoft, Neowiz, and Nexon, also claiming the Shutdown Law is unjust. More on Kotaku.
Wed, Oct 19, 2011 | 14:37 BST
The Korean branch of Epic Games has signed with Alliance of Valiant Arms publisher Neowiz for an Unreal Engine 3-powered MMORPG, titled Bless.
Wed, Nov 12, 2008 | 18:19 GMT
According to this EG story, Funcom’s Age of Conan’s first Asian release will be in Korea.
Korean firm Neowiz will be handling the port.
“We are very excited to introduce the world-class large-scale MMORPG Age of Conan with its popularity and great reputation in the industry,” said Neowiz boss Choi Gwan-ho.
“This will be the first large-scale MMORPG for Neowiz Games and both companies will also work tightly together to adapt and implement a fully localised game for Korean users,” he added.
More through there.