The chief financial officer of Nexon saw very little that would impact the future of the game industry at E3.
Crytek's free-to-play shooter expands to a new Asian market with the help from a South Korean publisher.
The results show that international game companies are faring better than some of their North American rivals in the transition from retail games to digital games.
Robotoki's Human Element will be a cross-platform title arriving in 2015.
Social casino games acquired by gambling companies are generating huge revenues even after the deals are done.
Editor's Pick Game investments were red hot in the first half, but slowed after Zynga's sinking market value crushed valuations.
Editor's Pick The game industry set a new record for the money spent on acquisitions, but the number of deals dropped.
Gamevil also hires the former CEO of Nexon Korea.
'Freemium' publishing guru Nexon (MapleStory) will partner with Valve Corporation (Portal, Half-Life) to publish the Defense of the Ancients sequel in both Korea and Japan.
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Chukong/Cocoa China will develop a mobile version of Dungeon Fighter Online for both China and the West
Editor's Pick Two online game companies may be putting a price on Valve.
Faced with a slowdown in the core casual game market on Facebook, Zynga has expanded into mid-core games with the acquisition of A Bit Lucky
Editor's Pick Who will win the race in the video game business: startups or giants?
Min Kim takes over as CEO of Nexon America.
Electronic Arts and Nexon are launching their most authentic online title ever, setting a new gold standard for soccer games.
Free to play is the future of gaming, even for traditional game publishers, according to Jagex Games Studio CEO Mark Gerhard. He talks to GamesBeat about the rush to the free-to-play model, Jagex's potential market value, and the development of upcoming MMO Transformers Universe.
Nexon said today it has acquired a 14.7 percent minority stake in Korean online game publisher NCsoft for $688 million.
Nexon, which was started in Korea and moved headquarters to Tokyo, made the strategic investment by acquiring 3.218 million shares …
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