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In its native Korea, NCSoft is one of the top three games publishers alongside rivals, Nexon and SmileGate.
NCSoft is ‘accelerating’ its Western expansion with an aim of becoming one of the biggest games businesses in Europe and the US – just like it is in South Korea.
One year after its launch NCSoft has announced that sci-fi MMO WildStar will be going free-to-play this autumn.
NCSoft has revealed its MMORPG Blade & Soul is heading west, with a release planned for North America and Europe later this year.
NCsoft’s sci-fi MMO Wildstar could be in the cusp of abandoning subscription charges.
Following up on its recently announced plans for expansion into new business segments such as mobile and tablet games, NCSoft has invested $5m into Vancouver-based mobile startup This Game Studio.
“My 15 year career has been driven by my passion for both video games and digital entertainment – which began at the age of 10, when I was given a ...
NCsoft MMO WildStar is not under threat, developer Carbine Studios has insisted.
A number of developers have lost their jobs amidst a restructuring at MMO makers NCsoft.
Plans to alter the way in which Guild Wars 2 players purchase gems have been changed following a backlash from MMO fans.
Developer Carbine has said that its previously announced Christmas and Halloween content releases have been cancelled.
NCSOFT is the latest games firm to back this year’s Games Media Awards, announcing its support as event partner for the night.
ArenaNet's recent Guild Wars 2 launch in China has doubled the game's sales worldwide.
Only a handful of PC games are breaking through at UK retail, says publisher NCSoft.
We’ve heard this story before. There have been countless MMO games hyped to be the next great contender to the World of Warcraft throne.
Most MMOs fall into one of two camps: subscriptions or free-to-play. But NCsoft’s upcoming WildStar is attempting something a little different.
Guild Wars 2 has claimed an impressive sales record, if publisher NCsoft is to be believed.
The MMO bandwagon has trundled along since World of Warcraft won over gamers back in 2004. Countless rivals have attempted to overtake, but even the biggest brands have run into ...
The team behind NCsoft’s new MMO Wildstar says it will win back gamers who have abandoned World of Warcraft.