EA announced today that EA SPORTS FIFA Online , the first downloadable FIFA football game designed for PC , is available to football fans everywhere around the world to play for free.
Since February 3, more than 20,000 football fans across Europe have participated in the Closed Beta development and testing of FIFA Online and that number is expected to grow to hundreds of thousands of fans. Additional content will be designed for the game based on feedback by fans.
EA SPORTS FIFA Online is developed by EA Canada and EA Singapore.
Oriented Games, an online game publishing unit of ACE Market listed Oriented Media Group Berhad, announced the commercial launch of Sanrio Digital’s?Hello Kitty? Online in Singapore and Malaysia.?Hello Kitty Online is the MMORPG of the popular Sanrio franchise, available to users in Singapore and Malaysia from the portal?www.gloot.net as well as major games retail outlets.
For the North American users, Hello Kitty Online is available at Aeria Games.
I am not sure the game is worth to check out since it’s not out yet but I am surprised there was no online cricket game before. That alone proves why HowZat deserves some publicity. A company behind HowZat is Game Ventures, a start-up company registered in Singapore. According to their press release, other projects include XuQa.com ? An online gaming community with 1.6 million registered players and a significant user base in Turkey and the Near East. The company was founded in February, 2009 and has 15 core team members working on this project.
HowZat is currently accessible by invitation only and will be available to the public on the 5th of October.
Another Day, a FPS game developed by Queen’s Soft, is going global with local publishing partners. ?For North America and Europe, KTH, a global licensor of Another Day, signed up with NHN USA (ijji.com) to operate the game in 5 languages (English, Spanish, French, Germany, Italian).
For Southeast Asian region that includes Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Vietnam, The Winner Online is going to take over localization and game operation. The Winner Online is planning to launch commercial service by 2010.
If you want to read the original article on TIG which is written in Korean,?click here (NHN USA) or click here (Winner Online).
Yulgang Online (열혈강호 온라인: Kor), a MMORPG game created by KRG Soft and serviced by Mgame in Korea, now began its commercial service in Singapore and Malaysia via Asiasoft.
If you want to read the original article on TIG which is written in Korean,?click here.