According to statistics, FPS online game "Crossfire" made 995 billion yuan (US$860M) in Chinese market this year.
Played the game it felt Combat Arms but with less hackers.
wow,that is a lot of profit.
OMG! $860 million......that's Call of Duty money, that's Team Fortress 2 hat money (lol).....but the game looks like crap! You can play it in North America but why would you with Crimecraft, BFP4F, TF2, Monday Night Combat and a whole host of better Free 2 Play titles out. Blacklight Retribution and Warface for 2012....yippie! The Chinese gaming market has big dollar potential and this crappy game raking in $860 million is proof of the potential earnings in China. It's just hard for some Devs/Pubs to get a foot in the door because of China's funny business practices. I suspect Bobby Kotick is on a private plane right now to China loaded with Call of Duty MW3 disc and Elite subscription cards. Go get em Bobby! I'm sure Steam is lurking as well since infiltrating Mother Russia!
lol "and this crappy game raking in $860" I think the same thing after every COD iteration bar the original Modern Warfare... :-)
"I suspect Bobby Kotick is on a private plane right now to China loaded with Call of Duty MW3 disc and Elite subscription cards. Go get em Bobby!" lol
This is terrible news, if you're all about innovative experiences.
you may wanna check out Vindictus or Dragon Nest. two high quality games with innovative game play and nice graphics. Both are F2P and they both are NOT FPS. Dragon Nest is an Action 3P MMO/RPG with unique fighting combos While Vindictus is the same but uses the Source Engine and physics plays a huge part of the game play
Is that the counter strike guy and Haggard from Bad Company in the background!?
I play Crossfire and all I can say, it was a great game, of course don't give a damn about the graphics cause it's not that good compare to western FPS like COD or BF series, but then again it's good to play online and it is FTP
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