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Submitted by Pozzle 180d ago | news

Soul Worker – China server announcement horrifies the gamers

While Soul Worker has yet to announce a publisher in South Korea, the game had been signed for Taiwan a few months back under Gameflier, the country’s biggest publisher. Earlier today, China gamers woke up to the horrifying news that Shanda Games signed Soul Worker for the country.

If you do not know, Shanda Games closed down RIFT China after just around 6 months of launch, including spending a fortune on the “Americanized” marketing campaign. Gamers over in China generally fear this company the most, but it seems they will have no choice if Soul Worker is to be played. (PC, Soul Worker)

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