A new DJ Max game has been announced for South Korea. It’s for the PS4 and titled DJ Max Respect. No word yet on a Western release.
At around 7am this past Sunday morning, a 33-year-old man drove a car into the first floor of PC and mobile game company Nexon.
PC gaming company Nexon is replacing voice actress Jayeon Kim in MMORPG Closers after controversy over a t-shirt erupted online.
There’s apparently only one place to play Pokémon Go in South Korea. This is it.
It’s online. There are young, attractive people. But there’s no nudity. There’s no sex. But there’s a ton of food.
If you have small children, you might wish your company did more to help. You might wish it was like South Korea’s NCSoft.
For years (literally, years), League of Legends has been the most played game at South Korea net cafes. That has finally changed.
Brilliant Mezzanine. Itaewon, South Korea. By Alan Tam.
Here’s an update to yesterday’s story about the 17 year-old woman who was accused of cheating in Overwatch. Her accusers have written apologies and are leaving the Overwatch scene.
Meet Geguri. She’s 17 and very, very talented at Overwatch. She’s so good that after beating rivals during Nexus Cup qualifiers, other players accused her of cheating.
Overwatch and League of Legends are running neck and neck in the rankings for the most played game at South Korea’s internet cafes.
This is called using your powers for good.
Good news, Korean gamers! As pointed out on Gameshot (via tipster Sang), Microsoft Asia is localizing the following titles for South Korea: Gears of War 4, ReCore, Forza Horizon 3, Halo Wars 2, and Dead Rising 4. For the region, that’s a good chunk of games to announce at once.
This is cool. Members of the Overwatch team appeared at a Korean PC bang (net cafe) in Seoul, challenging other players to defeat them.
Let’s compare Overwatch voices! This clip features the English, Korean, and Japanese voice tracks. [Thanks Sang, for the tip!]
Making VR people with Unreal Engine 4. This is Project M from South Korea’s Evr Studio. The teaser clip shows they’ve done a good job with facial expressions; however, the hair isn’t quite there yet.
Don’t believe me? Then watch this video of the theme song (yes, theme song!) for the 2016 League of Legends Champions Korea Summer Tournament. It’s epic.
In places, it’s hard enough trying to keep up just watching this play through. Imagine going against it.