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Submitted by Pozzle 1316d ago | news

Korean Games Withdrawing from China This Year

Starting with "Legend of Mir 2", there were many Korean online games that hit Chinese gaming market successfully with millions of concurrent users(CCU) in games such as "Dungeon and Fighters" and "Crossfire". Yet there are many failed ones too. (Aika Online, Cabal Online, CrossFire, Dungeon Fighter Online, Fifa Online 2, Lineage, Lineage II, PC, PS3, Ragnarok Online, Xbox 360)

GirlsGeneration  +   1315d ago
lol What is this! FIFA Online 2 i didn't know it had Asain girls in it ^_^ i always thought it was a sports game... i want this version over here in north america i would buy it

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