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Nexon America Announces Publishing Agreement with United Front Games

Written by (@_BettiePage) on June 27, 2014 in News

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Last week we reported that Nexon was bringing the MMORPG League of Legends to Android and iOS. This week Nexon has announced that they will serve as the exclusive publisher for United Front Games upcoming free-to-play title expected in 2015. Additional terms of the partnership were not disclosed. United Front Games, the Vancouver-based independent development studio behind… Read More »


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LittleBigPlanet Karting Public Beta Review

Written by (@shibachica) on July 30, 2012 in Features, Reviews

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Media Molecule has joined with United Front Games, the creators of ModNation Racers, to create the next step in the “Play, Create, Share” universe.  The result is the PS3 exclusive LittleBigPlanet Karting.  In 2008 Media Molecule introduced this world as a two dimensional side scrolling puzzle-platformer adventure.  The original LittleBigPlanet (aka LBP) is a fun… Read More »


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Square Enix Won’t Let ‘Sleeping Dogs’ Lie

Written by (@) on February 8, 2012 in News

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Pack your bags, action fans.  Square Enix is taking you on a road to the streets of Hong Kong later this year.  Early this morning, Square Enix London Studios officially unveiled Sleeping Dogs, a “gritty open-world cop drama set in the vibrant city of Hong Kong”. Developed by United Front Games (ModNation Racers) in collaboration with… Read More »


Lefty’s Soapbox: On Cancelled Games & Van Gogh

Lefty’s Soapbox: On Cancelled Games & Van Gogh

Written by (@leftybrown) on February 9, 2011 in Opinion

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It’s believed that the Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh painted over one third of his older canvases.  It is a significant number of works that are now sadly lost to the world.  This historical tidbit came to mind when I heard the news today that Activision was cancelling True Crime: Hong Kong, a re-imagining of… Read More »