When I was in china last year WOW looked 100% the same.
I just wonder if it changed in anyway since then.
Nihao gold farmers!
China has banned foreigners from investing in the country's online games industry "in any form," as a way to restrict content that censors have deemed unhealthy to the public. A mandate released over the weekend by the General Administration of Press and Publication and the National Copyright Administration said oversees …
I belive Eve-Online (ie CCP) has been in china for awhile.... I wonder if it will effect them and if so will it impact there bottom line to the point where projects are pushed back such as there upcomming FPS Dust 512?
Grenade, because this is what most developers inside and outside the country feel like they got from the chinese government.
Actually sounds like a good idea! While I accept that development is expensive and funds need to be found for games, I am sick of playing games that have a constant stream of ads in them from Coke to Firestone! You name it, there's usually some very subtle, brick-in-the-face type ad-board in there some where!
I don't mind advertising (within reason) in games, take a look at battlefield 2142, it's an FPS set in various made up ruined cities and strewn around those cities are billboard which have shown anything from core duo adds to new albums. As long as they aren't full page adds or obtrusive then im happy for a games company fund servers with ad money, the game is free to play (once you have paid for the game ofc) i wouldn't like it in any subscription based game tho.
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