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Submitted by BIoodmask 1889d ago | interview

Massively Interviews Ntreev on Rebranding to SG Interactive

For fans of Ntreev's titles, the news of rebranding brought about a few concerns. Would players lose their Ntreev points during the switchover? And with the addition of new games to the mix, would the existing games get less development time? Massively caught up with SG to get the lowdown on its recent rebranding, the direction the company is now taking, and what it all means for players. (Industry, PC, SG Interactive)

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